Even in the year 2016, when we have all of the technology in the world right at our fingertips, the old-fashioned practice of handwriting notes in class continues to be the best method of learning. Actually writing things down on paper – not typing them, not plugging them into your iPhone, not listening to a recording or watching a video – is still the most effective way to memorize and comprehend the material.
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Exam Lifehacks: 18 Unexpected Tips for a Higher Score #infographic
Try out these simple tips and tricks to give yourself an edge on test day! When added to good, old-fashioned studying, this advice can boost your confidence and help you achieve a higher score.
How to revise effectively for GCSE and A Levels
If you're looking for how to revise effectively the power hour is my top tip. It combines content revision with exam technique and getting feedback.
12 Tips to Beat Exam Stress
1) Have a routine, 2) Take regular breaks, 3) Drink water, 4) Do something you like, 5) Exercise regularly, 6) Eat & sleep well, 7) Meditate & breathe, 8) Be realistic, 9) Be positive, 10) Talk about it.......
I’ve had quite a few asks in my inbox from GCSE students asking for general advice, so o jotted down a few little things I learnt/that I think are important. Hope they’re ok for you guys! (Think I’ve...
How to Write an Academic Abstract
This Hub shows you how to write an abstract. Abstracts are short summaries of academic articles (or reports) that give a brief summary of what you did. They are needed for submitting to journals.
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Question holders, differentiate by colour 1.Students to write questions in for another 2. Revision 3. Teacher write the questions 4. students write questions for next lessons starter Laura Wills