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Welcome to the Melbourne Campus Student Hub

The place to access your learning portal, find forms and get the latest news, upcoming events and career information when you want it.

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Take care of yourself with 50% off at the Wellbeing Centre

As a student, you can experience fantastic treatments by our skilled student practitioners at a very affordable price. (Student budgeting for the win!)

Our student practitioners are near graduation and are supervised by qualified, experienced practitioners that ensure professional natural health care. 


Now is a great time to strengthen your immune system in preparation for the cold and flu season!


Take advantage of 50% off:

  • Nutrition advice
  • Herbal medicine
  • Naturopathy
  • Massages
  • Beauty Therapy


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Final study tips to get you through!
Tips from Success Coach Richard Whitfield

 


Focus

Now you’re down to the pointy end, it’s time to ignore distractions. It can be hard, but it’s only for a few days. Eat and sleep well, take regular (short) breaks, have a social media hiatus. Make final assessments and revision front and centre.

 


Break it down

Time is getting tight. To stop feeling overwhelmed, break each assessment down into smaller, more manageable tasks.


Prioritise

Make a list to prioritise your assessment tasks. Work on and complete each task before moving onto the next. Personally, I like to start with the easiest tasks. Then, once I’ve got a few items ticked off my list, those harder tasks don’t seem quite so intimidating.


Do no more and do no less

When tackling your assessments, clarity and precision will always trump waffle and bloat. You won’t get extra marks for writing 5000 words for a 2000 word assessment (in fact, you will probably be marked down).


Perfection is the enemy of complete

We should always strive to do our very best, but this is very different from obsessively tweaking and fine-tuning. Perfectionism is a close relation to that other debilitating disease, procrastination.

Sheryl Sandberg made a pretty good point when she said, ‘Done is better than perfect.’


Double down

You’re on the home stretch now and that little bit of extra effort could make all the difference between a Fail and a Pass or maybe a Distinction and a High Distinction. A little extra effort now can bring a HUGE return.


Celebrate!

Once it’s all done it’s a great feeling to know you’ve given it your best shot. Relax, recuperate and celebrate. Treat yourself, catch up with your (neglected!) family and friends or take a short break.


And finally, keep it in perspective: it’s OK to fail

 

Yes, it hurts and yes it’s demotivating. Lance Armstrong might not be the most credible source, but he nailed it when he said ‘pain is temporary, quitting lasts forever’. 

 

Remember, we're here to help. Get in touch if you have any questions   

Your Student Services Team  

   (03) 9670 4026

  595@think.edu.au

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   (03) 9670 4026

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Friday:  8:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday to Sunday:  Closed


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Monday - Friday:  8:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday to Sunday:  Closed


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Friday:  8:00am - 5:30pm
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Saturday to Sunday:  Closed

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Week 7: The relax issue

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Week 11: The you made it! issue