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Revision is tough, and it's easy to create a habit of using these unhelpful thinking patterns. Teach students how to recognise and neutralise them with this free poster.
Taking good notes is essential in college. Taking the time to find which method works for you is a good idea. In the end, you do not want messy or incomplete notes to study for that exam or quiz. Hopefully these three methods will help in your note taking abilities. college student resources, college tips #college
The thought of the exam hall. The noise of the invigilator walking up and down. The deafening sound of the clock ticking. For some students, the pressure and stress of exams can be suffocating. The students who are most likely to perform well under pressure have a very specific outlook and will have repeatedly practised nurturing this so it comes as second nature. But now that exams are here, the time for that has passed. So what is the best advice for those who are prone to panicking?
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Using these 14 questions during revision are an easy way for students to use the power of metacognition to enhance their memory. Find out more about self-questioning and download this poster on our website!
Find out on our blog why students shouldn't: skip breakfast, only re-read their notes for revision, revise to music, have their phone around when working, take notes verbatim, cram their revision, get too little sleep, procrastinate hard tasks, stay indoors or take pictures of lecture slides instead of notes.
There are plenty of revision strategies that are much more efficient than re-reading your notes and highlighting the most important phrases. One of the easiest and most cost effective strategies is to use flashcards - here are some tips on how to make the best of them.
For many students, exams can be very stressful. For some, this goes beyond normal worries and doubts and can cause test anxiety. Test anxiety is a psychological condition in which students experience severe distress and anxiety when thinking about and/or taking an exam. Find out what causes it and how it can be overcome in our blog.
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How To Study For A Test And Stop Cramming | Research shows that cramming is not an effective routine to study for a test because it negatively affects your mental functions -- and eventually, your exam results. So how can you study for a test without cramming? Here are some study tips you may do before your next round of examinations.
Revision time is one of the most stressful periods of year for students. This is true for many, both young and old. It was recently reported that students as young as 6 were feeling the stress, with many secondary students stating that they feel more stressed during this revision season than ever before. So what advice can we give to students to help them minimise the stress of revision?
This is how students can best use their few weeks, days and hours ahead of exams, to make sure they perform as well as possible. Check out the full blog for more explanations...
With exam time fast approaching, students, teachers and parents up and down the country are quickly feeling the strain and stress of it all. There is no doubt that for many, last minute cramming and after school revision sessions will be the strategy of choice. But is there a better way? What does the research say are the best ways to maximise student revision time? Find out more on our blog!