Make a Schedule Make a schedule, stay with the schedule! Try to finish ahead of the schedule! Use the "salami technique". A
Early in the year it is helpful to prep kids for the big exams that will come months down the road. There are many ways to help them prepare and parents and teachers can help support teens during these times in many ways.
This week is A-Level results week. Social media is split down the middle between people celebrating academic triumphs and others reassuring those who failed that university is an unnecessary sham.
College is hard. Professors expect too much, students offer too little. How could you possibly write an essay when you’re
"What we found is if you practise a slightly modified version of a task you want to master, you actually learn more and faster
Beijing takes cheating very seriously, and there is a new law now that brands any cheating as criminal. As you know, cheating
Chloe you are on the verge of that first exam. Less than one week to go until GCSE's really take hold and I can still remember the pained look on your face when I said that you were going to St Peters.
We need to realize that sleep plays a huge role in our productivity, and is a major key to a successful future. I strongly encourage all of you to get a good night's sleep, otherwise sleep deprivation may just strip you of your sanity, and turn you into an anxious sociopath.
Studying is much less of a pain if you learn to use your time more effectively. Here are some very easy tips for making the best of the limited time you have to cram before you head into finals.
The most important thing is to realize that there is no easy way out. This is not a "work smarter, not harder" situation. How well you do on your exams is largely going to be a function of how much effort you put into grappling with the material.