I think that the reason why many students feel overwhelmed with revision is because they are constantly told differing versions on how to revise. However, it can all be cleared up if you see revision structurally, this will help give your revision time value and leave you feeling productive, with a clear direction in mind.…Read more Striking The Balance: Past Papers VS Theory
So for me, one week of the revision opportunity that Easter half-term provides has passed. For some, it has just begun, which means the week of college or school that they had whilst others were playing in the park (or revising of course) has been immeidately forgotten in the excitement, relief and happiness of the…Read more Easter, Part II
It's the time of the year when students all over the world begin to prepare for the great event known as the summer exams. It is a bit disheartening to realise I have been through this process for the last four years and that I will continue to go through for at least the next…Read more Easter Break’s Revision Mania
I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do. –Leonardo da Vinci ACTION ACTION ACTION!
Joy? At a time when thousands of students across the UK have just ended a day of intense study and revision, the word joy certainly feels inappropriate. However, it can be found in these intense high pressure days even if a frightening six, seven eight exams loom in June. Well I am lucky as I…Read more Moments Of Joy
"I need your help" my friend said to me today. I waited for a request to look over some work or something of the sort but instead he said, "Motivate me." I looked at him quizzically, wondering how on earth I was supposed to help him with that. The problem with motivation is…Read more Don’t ask me to motivate you, ask yourself.