I've been studying for a degree in Health Science for a few years now. My first son (2yrs) was born two weeks before final exams and my second son (3months) was born a week before exams - I still had assignments to hand in!!! I actually called the office while I was in labour at home and asked if I could have an extension - luckily they were really cool!! (I didn't even need it, I still got my assignments in on time smile ).
As for tips, I just study when I get a free second. It's mostly at night when I am really buggered (I hate doing it then, but no real choice) I used to do a bit at work when it was quiet, but I'm off work for a while with the new bub. If I need to do research, I get on the computer (like now) and do a bit of net surfing while the kids are going off to sleep. Otherwise my MIL has days off and she loves to take the kids for a while.
My only real advice is to not give up - you'll get it done. I've managed to get married, go overseas on a honeymoon and have two kids while studying non-stop. I knew if I stopped it would be too easy to not start again. Keep going while you have the momentum - but then again, don't burn yourself out either! It will all be worth it in the end!