There’s tons of help and advice for you out there if you are finding your studies a little tricky. Your friendly neighbourhood Students’ Union have a set of really useful advice pages covering everything from referencing to mitigating circumstances claims. They also offer free, confidential advice and support if things aren’t going as smoothly as you’d like and you need help with mit circs, complaints or appeals.
If essay writing is proving a thorny issue, the Language Centre are waiting for your call. These folk are the experts in sorting out your grammar, vocabulary, structure, in fact anything that will help make your essays better. This help is available for all students, native English speakers or not, and will make a huge different to your assignments. The Centre offers 1-2-1 tutorials Monday-Friday. You need to sign up in advance at www.timecenter.com/worcester. Go on, do it.
And last but not least, we have Librarians who specialise in your subject. These guys can help with finding the books and articles you need to read, and they can reference anything from an academic journal to a piece of graffiti. Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, text 01902 504126, tweet them @uwlibservices, go to the desk on level 3 of The Hive or chat to them online
Whatever contact method you choose they’ll do their best to make sure you have the best resources for your assignments.