Studying independently

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The ability to study independently and manage your working effectively will remain invaluable skills throughout your life. Studying independently involves balancing competing deadlines, prioritising different projects and tasks, and often also working effectively with people from a range of backgrounds. These skills are vital for your success at LSE; they will remain vital for your success after you leave LSE for the world of work or further study.  

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What advice would you give to students for developing effective independent reading? – advice from writer and former LSE-hosted Royal Literary Fund Fellow Marina Benjamin 

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Managing your time and meeting deadlines 

Working effectively in a group 

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