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Skip to 0 minutes and 11 secondsWelcome to our fourth and final week. Last week we looked at how to quote, paraphrase, and summarise the words and works of others. This week we're turning our attention to those stressful situations that can lead to academic dishonesty. And we'll suggest some strategies for how to deal with them. Let's start by hearing how it was for some of our students in their first year.

Skip to 0 minutes and 33 secondsI guess the big ones for me are time management and motivation because I have to be up at five for training. It's just working with other people. Learning new skills.

Skip to 0 minutes and 50 secondsThis week we're going to look at three important ways you can do this by using your time effectively, by seeking out opportunities to develop new skills, and by managing your preparation for exams and other assessments. We already know you'll work hard at your academic study. This week we'll teach you how to work smart.

Welcome to week 4

Managing your study can help you avoid situations which lead to academic dishonesty.

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