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Improve your academic outcomes

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Play the M-Power game for a simulated journey through some typical study situations. Will you make the right choices?

Whether you are new to tertiary off-campus learning or whether you're something of a long-distance traveller, it is your approach to learning that will help define your levels of success.

Consider your own approach to studying, learning and assessment. How do you meet academic standards? What process do you use when you are faced with an unfamiliar learning situation like a new type of assignment or a new subject? What do you notice about different disciplines? How do you engage with other perspectives? How do you write your assignments? How can you get a better result?

For a bit of guidance…

Ask for support and guidance for these matters with a learning consultation.

Making your way

Choose from a range of useful materials, examples, samples, links and resources designed to help you improve your academic outcomes.

  • Recommended study resources
  • Independent study
  • Organising your study
  • Interacting with lecturers
  • Assessment
  • Reading
  • Research
  • Writing
  • Plagiarism
  • Referencing
  • Grammar
  • Academic English
  • Postgraduate study

Consciously pay attention to the ways in which you can improve because this awareness will increase your chances of getting the outcome you want. It's your choice.

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The M-Power game is a quiz based interactive exercise, where you get the chance to face some tricky decisions about your university studies.

You will find questions from the game throughout this section of the site.

Developed by Cook, Levy and Murray 2006

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