Taking good notes in college is essential, so I’ve written a guide for taking notes in class. Hopefully a few of these tips can help you!

Taking good notes in college is essential, so I’ve written a guide for taking notes in class. Hopefully a few of these tips can help you!

The BEST study tips for college. Definitely a must read for any college students. This post presented some study methods I hadn't heard of that I'm excited to try!

The BEST study tips for college. Definitely a must read for any college students. This post presented some study methods I hadn't heard of that I'm excited to try!

The Only 5 Productivity Tips You’ll Ever Need to Know

The Only 5 Productivity Tips You’ll Ever Need to Know

The Only 5 Productivity Tips You’ll Ever Need to Know. So helpful, especially when juggling two nanny gigs,an office assistant job, three college courses, and planning PR parties.

I’ve had quite a few asks in my inbox from GCSE students asking for general advice, so o jotted down a few little things I learnt/that I think are important. Hope they’re ok for you guys! (Think I’ve tagged every possible GCSE subject haha)

I’ve had quite a few asks in my inbox from GCSE students asking for general advice, so o jotted down a few little things I learnt/that I think are important. Hope they’re ok for you guys! (Think I’ve tagged every possible GCSE subject haha)

Day#7 :List out all your topics, and highlight those you are least familiar with. I also love listing out the resources/materials I have to study. Here is an example of mine: http://studentstoolbox.com/a-week-before-exam/If you have already gone through most of the things (i.e. you actually attended and paid attention during class, or have covered the reading materials), you shouldn’t be too worried. However, if you haven’t done so, you should definitely start to tackle the thing

How to Study for Exams in a Week

Day#7 :List out all your topics, and highlight those you are least familiar with. I also love listing out the resources/materials I have to study. Here is an example of mine: http://studentstoolbox.com/a-week-before-exam/If you have already gone through most of the things (i.e. you actually attended and paid attention during class, or have covered the reading materials), you shouldn’t be too worried. However, if you haven’t done so, you should definitely start to tackle the thing


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Quirky revision tips. You can never have too many revision tips. Give me ALL the revision tips.

Quirky revision tips. You can never have too many revision tips. Give me ALL the revision tips.

One thing all maths teachers should do this week is to print this out for their students' GCSE Maths revision files!!

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One thing all maths teachers should do this week is to print this out for their students' GCSE Maths revision files!!

The revision power hour is the best way to revise as it helps you with revising content, working on your exam technique and getting feedback on your work. Get a free download of this infographic as well as detail on the process when you click on the image. #revision #revisiontips #studytips

The revision power hour is the best way to revise as it helps you with revising content, working on your exam technique and getting feedback on your work. Get a free download of this infographic as well as detail on the process when you click on the image. #revision #revisiontips #studytips

reviseordie:  The first of hopefully more posts targeting some of my most popular questions. This one is to answer all the asks I receive about my own personal (and general) study tips. Hope you all like!

reviseordie: The first of hopefully more posts targeting some of my most popular questions. This one is to answer all the asks I receive about my own personal (and general) study tips. Hope you all like!

Midterms go one of two ways: you come out feeling uneasy, but did surprisingly well, or you come out feeling uneasy and totally bombed.  If you're the latter (don't worry, I've been there), hopefully you will reevaluate what you did to prepare for that...

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Midterms go one of two ways: you come out feeling uneasy, but did surprisingly well, or you come out feeling uneasy and totally bombed. If you're the latter (don't worry, I've been there), hopefully you will reevaluate what you did to prepare for that...

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