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EAsy revision: Mindmaps

Mindmaps are probably one of those revision techniques you know about and have been told to use by lots of differnet people. This is for a good reason – they are very effective at...

How to prepare for the New Year

The New Year is nearly here and so there are a few things you could do in order to get prepared for it. If you start the year nice and organised you could make...

How to take Cornell style notes

When you are a student you are almost certainly going to be spending quite a bit of time taking notes. There are many diferent methods of notetaking which work well for different people but...

How to make a long term study plan

Sometimes, especially when you have a lot of assignments to do over the course of a year it can be useful to make a long term study plan. In my degree I often don’t have...

How to revise with a friend

Sometimes when you are revising seemingly endlessly for exams you can start to feel a bit isolated and like you might want to actually see other people. The trouble is, you might feel that...

How to make a revision timetable

Have you ever gone into an exam feeling like you haven’t really revised at all or your revision has been really random and not very effective? Having a revision timetable will help you to...

How to avoid falling behind

When you are studying it can sometimes seem like there is so much to do in so little time. When this happens it can be easy to fall behind and end up feeling like...

How to prioritise revision

So, you have five exams next week and haven’t started revising yet so how do you decide what to do first? Before you plan to stay up all night, every night before your exams...

How to choose your A Levels

Choosing A Levels can seem a bit daunting as there is so much choice and it can seem difficult to know what the best options are. Your school should help you decide and attending...

How is a diary different from a weekly plan?

Diaries and weekly plans are two different things I like to use to stay organised. They are both useful for keeping track of what needs to be done when but have different purposes. Here...