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Barrass, R., (2005) Students Must Write. 3rd ed. London, Routledge. Find this in the UL (2nd ed.)

See especially chapter 10, Answering questions in tests and examinations. Pitched appropriately without an excess of lists and tables! Useful advice on question choice.

Cottrell, S., (2003) The Study Skills Handbook. 2nd ed. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. Find this in the UL

Fewer blank forms and more lists including 'common pitfalls in revision' and emphasis on differences between exam and course writing. Generic advice only, so always check with your DoS to make sure you know exactly what is expected at this university.

Cottrell, S., (2001) Teaching Study Skills and Supporting Learning, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan. Find this in the UL

It is interesting to explore the issue from the tutor's perspective because it might help you to understand expectations and ask questions if necessary. Adapt the activities to suit your purpose.

Drew, S., & Bingham, R., (2007) The Student Skills Guide. 2nd ed. Aldershot, Gower Find this in the UL

See in particular the chapter on general revision and exam techniques, which is worth glancing through if tables and lists help you in your planning.

Race, P., (2003) How to Study. Oxford, Blackwell.

Lists of practical, general advice on study skills.