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8 ways to motivate yourself to study

by Anita Naik

Learning to be a self-starter when you have to study from home and revise isn't easy. Aside from the fact, there are distractions aplenty; it can be hard to find the motivation to keep to a strict routine and get the work done. Here are 8 tips to help you get it done.

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How ABA Tutors Can Help Children With Autism

by Cassie Steele

ROUGHLY ONE IN 100 CHILDREN have autism in the UK, recent statistics from Beyond Autism reveal. Many children with autism work with ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) tutors, who help them develop a wide range of basic skills, including, asking, listening, imitating, and looking, as well as more a...

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These Study Environment Factors Can Prevent Students From Learning

by Cassidy Welling

Studying for exams REQUIRES FOCUS AND DETERMINATION. Moreover, it requires a space that's conducive to concentration, which is why having a dedicated place for studying is a must for students to help them do their best in school. Having a quiet and CLUTTER-FREE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT can be beneficial...

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Why you should keep studying in uncertain times

by Anita Naik

It's uncertain times for Year 11 and Year 13 students. While you wait to hear how your exam marks for GCSEs and A-Levels will be awarded, it's unlikely your school is setting you any home-schooling work. So should you carry on studying or take a break? Here is why we think you should keep on working...

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How to study and work from home

by Anita Naik

Studying and working from home isn't easy. You may start with good intentions to study, and revise, but these can quickly fall by the wayside. However, there are ways to way to make it work.

The most important step is to create a daily structure for yourself that puts you in work mode. Use your sch...

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