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    Reading at university

    Reading is a common part of university life - and if you want to do well at university, you can't escape doing a lot of reading; and unfortunately, some of the texts you'll need to read at university can sometimes be "challenging"! However, there are ways to develop your reading skills to make reading less challenging and more enjoyable.

    Watch our introductory video to find out more, and then follow the links beneath to fact sheets and/or activities to give you some tips on how to read effectively at university.

    Resources

    Activities

    These are online activities showing you the best ways to improve your reading at University.

    If you need further help or information, please contact the Academic Writing & Language team on:

    E-mail: AWL@mdx.ac.uk

    During the Covid-19 period, LET is not running face-to-face workshops, drop-ins or tutorials on campus. However, you can speak to us in online LET Tutorials

    You can also access our online self-study resources for guidance on academic writing and language, and maths, stats and numeracy.

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