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Study

11 February 2018
Best jobs for full-time students

Whether you’re paying your way through your studies or just need some cash, a student job can bring more benefits than you might first imagine.

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Lifestyle

06 February 2018
Quiz: How well do you know classic literature?

How well do you know classic literature? Take the quiz to find out and read about why Deakin’s Professor Lyn McCredden thinks classics last a lifetime.

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Lifestyle

05 January 2018
Regional living: why it’s getting much easier

Improvements in technology, communication and housing affordability means that regional living won’t exclude you from the advantages of big city life.

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Study

14 December 2017
How to make good decisions after the stress of getting your ATAR

Whether it’s higher or lower than expected, the stress of getting your ATAR can derail your decision-making ability. Here’s how to get back on track.

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Study

14 December 2017
What’s going on with your cortisol levels when you get your ATAR?

On the day you receive your ATAR results, lean into the discomfort by predicting stress and preparing yourself. Professor Michael Leiter shares his advice.

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Study

07 December 2017
Quiz: Which overseas study destination suits you best?

Undertaking university studies doesn’t mean you have to ignore your wanderlust. Take our quiz to discover which overseas study destination suits you best.

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Study

05 December 2017
Why you won’t feel lonely or isolated when you study online

Even if you’re a particularly social person, with a virtual support network and online community, you can easily connect with others to study online.

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17 November 2017
Why do we procrastinate when it’s time to work and study?

You’re not the only one who puts tasks off when there are a thousand things to do. Professor David Mellor explains the research behind procrastination.

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Study

17 November 2017
How online learning is enhancing personal needs

In an age of online study, it’s now the lecturer’s role to provide meaning and context for available information, says Deakin’s Dr Jaclyn Broadbent.

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Study

06 November 2017
Quiz: What type of online student will you be?

Until you get started studying online, it can be hard to know what to expect. How will you make the most of your online study experience?

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