Not sure how to revise large amounts of course material in just a few months? Do you keep putting it off? Feeling overwhelmed by your studies? No idea where to start, or getting mixed up? You can always turn to the Study Advice and Student Counselling Service for help!
A student counsellor can help you hone your study skills (revising large quantities of course material, drawing up a schedule, taking good notes, etc.), draw up a realistic plan and give you exercises to help you avoid procrastination. If you have a fear of failure it may also be worth talking to a student counsellor.
Please note that our guidance is not related to course material. If you have any questions about a subject or if you don't understand certain parts of a course, then talk to your faculty.
This guidance has been developed for all University of Antwerp students. Maybe you are unsure about how to tackle your studies as a first-year student? Or maybe you're going mad trying to finish your dissertation? Regardless of what stage you are at, or the types of problems you are encountering, don't hesitate to make an appointment with a student counsellor from the Study Advice and Student Counselling Service.
You can make a appointment with a student counsellor of your campus at the Student Information Point (STIP).