Does Earthquakes + NCEA = Scatterbrains? How your library can help

Cover The earthquakes have probably changed your life – messing up your routine, creating big inconveniences and upping your stress levels. Unfortunately there are still things that remain the same, like NCEA. Yup, even though your family spend their free time digging liquifaction and you’re sharing a portaloo with your neighbours, you still have homework to do and exams to prepare for.

I’m trying (read: failing miserably) to complete assignments for my degree while dealing with the fact my life in Christchurch has been red stickered, so I know how you’re feeling. Even when you do get motivated enough to study, aftershocks keep disrupting your concentration!

You’re not on your own – the library is here to help with NCEA resources. We’ll make sure you are able to find some calm in all the chaos to concentrate on your study and show you the best homework and general reference tools so you can earn yourself an excellence.

Keep reading this blog, too. Over the next few weeks, we will continue to post helpful information about specific NCEA subjects in our series Get ya geek on.

One thought on “Does Earthquakes + NCEA = Scatterbrains? How your library can help

  1. onederccl 31 March 2011 / 6:26 pm

    It may be difficult to see a future any where in the rubble around you at the moment, but you have one. It’s a big bright shiny future too, and it needs you to put in the hard yards now so tomorrow you can bask in the glory of all the amazing things you managed to do despite all the challenges you faced. And honestly? This is where your education really lies; how you carry on and rise to the occasion will teach you heaps about yourself and what you’re capable of.

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