There are a number of spaces available to HYMS students for study in and you may not be aware of all of them, so here's a quick guide to what's out there for the exam period.
University of York:
The University of York library operates 24/7 and has a handy guide to where seating is available and what sort of study spaces are available at http://www.york.ac.uk/library/study/availability/. There are also a variety of general study spaces available around the University of York and these are detailed at http://www.york.ac.uk/library/study/university-study-spaces/.
University of Hull:
The University of Hull library operates 24/7 until 1 July after which it is open 7 days a week but for vacation hours of 8.00-5.30.
There are also spaces available at the Foss and Larkin 24 hour PC centres and there are other open rooms at Hull, though some of these may occasionally be unavailable as they may be used for teaching or examinations. More details at http://www2.hull.ac.uk/ICT/pc_finder.aspx
If you are based at Scarborough on a placement you may also try the Keith Donaldson Library at the University of Hull's Scarborough campus but remember to bring your Hull student card. Opening hours are available at http://campusinfo.scar.hull.ac.uk/campus-connect/kdl-opening-hours/
Spaces are also available at the NHS libraries, you can find the opening times at http://libguides.hull.ac.uk/medicine/membership.
At Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital there are around 30 spaces across both libraries.
At Scarborough Hospital there are 6 study spaces in the library.
At York there are 9 study spaces in the NHS library, which is located in Fountains Learning Centre at York St John University.
At Scunthorpe General Hospital there are 16 study spaces in the NHS library.
At Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby, there are 12 study spaces in the NHS library but it is advisable to use the Reading Room which has 6 spaces.