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Natural Sciences Tripos: Intro sessions

Welcome to our dedicated Induction page for Natural Sciences students. Here we have collected together the resources that we mentioned in our live introductory sessions, as well as a recording of the sessions for anyone who missed it or wants to go over any points that we covered again.

Useful links for Part IA students

Access our online study skills course that we talked about in our sessions with you.

Learn more about the Cambridge experience through the Undergraduate CamGuide.

Find out more about the Biological Sciences Libraries Team on their website

Connect up with the Physical Sciences Libraries Team too through their website

Find books, articles, online resources and more through searching iDiscover. To get iDiscover to do what you want it to do, explore its functionality via the iDiscover LibGuide.

Find out more about getting the most out of the Reading Lists Online tool through our dedicated guide.

Check out Spacefinder to find your new favourite place to work.

For more Biological Sciences Libraries training, check out our Study Skills tab. You can book onto any of our teaching sessions through the University Training Booking System.

 

Useful links for Part II students

These links are from sessions for biological sciences but many of them will be relevant if you're doing a different route!

Find information about the Biological Sciences Libraries all in one place on our website. 

Looking for a library that isn't in the Biological Sciences? Our Libraries A-Z Directory should help.

Check out Spacefinder to find your new favourite place to work.

Find databases for your subject via our Databases A-Z LibGuide.

To get iDiscover to do what you want it to do, explore its functionality via the iDiscover LibGuide.

Access the BBS Dissertation Digital Collection through our website.

All of our Biological Sciences training can be found in our Study Skills tab.

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