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16 May 2016
Ever wondered what your exam results would have been like if you had revised more? According to a recent survey, almost a quarter of 15 to 23-year-old students wait until the day before an exam to start revising! However, research also...
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19 May 2015
The nature of dyslexia means that dyslexic students can have problems with reading writing, spelling, communication and short term memory. Tutors, parents and friends will all have their own advice but no one can fully understand these problems lik...
23 April 2015
We all know that revision is one of the most tedious of tasks a student must endure. Some may need complete silence to revise, finding classmates tapping away at their keyboards a distraction. Others find a "quiet environment" can lead to boredom a...
21 April 2015
Are you fed up of preparing for test, feeling confident - and then walking into the exam room only to forget everything you revised? We’ve all been there. Luckily for us there are ways to avoid leaving blanks in your exam. Join us as we take a trip...
16 April 2015
If you're at school, faced with a day of trying to focus as your teacher rambles on about quadratic equations, books are going to be the last thing on your mind. And, if you're a mature student juggling your studies with part time work, commitments...
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