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Revision Techniques

Not every study motivation strategy is going to work for everyone, but there’s something out there that will work for you. We’ve compiled a list of study motivation ideas to...

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Student procrastination is a common problem, which occurs when students unnecessarily postpone working on school tasks, like studying or writing. It affects students at all levels and can cause serious issues, like worse grades and lower well-being. It’s also a complicated problem, since different students procrastinate for different reasons, and can therefore benefit from different solutions when it comes to overcoming their procrastination.

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Note Taking

If you think you are forgetting information as quickly as you are hearing it, even when you write it down you possibly are. We lose about 40% of all new information given to us within the first 24 hours of reading or hearing it. This means that learning how to retain information is essential toContinue reading "Improve your memory with better note taking"

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Not every study motivation strategy is going to work for everyone, but there’s something out there that will work for you. We’ve compiled a list of study motivation ideas to try out when you just need to buckle down and get it done. Don’t forget to book in for our study organisation and motivation workshop.Continue reading "Revision Techniques"

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UCAS is changing the way student apply to University, giving a fairer application process for everyone.

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Study Skills

How to become a Grade A student   We all want to do well in the future, and you know you need to have a great set of results to make it happen. Hopefully, you are willing to do whatever it takes to get those great grades to get started. Getting great results is notContinue reading "Why are study skills so important and how do you master them."

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GCSEs will often determine the route you take through university, so how important are they?

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Imagination begins with a box

Making toys is such fun and children love to be involved with making them. Not only is the fun of making them part of the process but it can save money as well.

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I keep getting questions about the EBACC – so here is my answer! The current English Baccalaureate is not a qualification in itself, but a particular group of GCSE subjects that are usually looked on favourably by universities. The existing English Baccalaureate – or EBacc – isn’t a qualification. Put simply, it’s a way forContinue reading "What’s the English Baccalaureate?"

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Applying for a university place means having to write a personal statement. Here are a few guidelines to think about when drafting this. UCAS opens for applications now and if you are applying to Oxford, Cambridge, Medical College or veterinary courses you have to complete your application as early as mid October. Otherwise it is the 25th of January.

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When french mathematician Laurent Schwartz was in High school, he started to worry that he wasn’t smart enough to solve math problems. Still, he went on to win Fields Medal, the highest award in mathematics. Some students have a similar feeling. They sit down to take math tests and feel their heart beating faster and butterflies inContinue reading "MATHS CONFIDENCE"

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