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7 habits of successful students

by Anita Naik

What makes some students successful? Is it luck, smart genes or more? In reality, it's the habits they cultivate. You can model these behaviours to help improve your grades and confidence. Here's what you need to know.

1. They are organised

Successful students always know what's happening as and w...

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The Importance Of Keeping A Clutter-Free Study Space

by Cassidy Welling

Maintaining a clean and tidy study space is ESSENTIAL FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS. The Princeton University Neuroscience Institute found clutter makes it HARDER FOR THE BRAIN TO FOCUS on a specific task and process information. Researchers monitored task performance of subjects in both tidy versus disorgan...

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When should I start revising for GCSEs or A-Levels?

by Anita Naik

The average recommended time to start your key revision is two to three months before your first exam. This gives you enough time to go over every subject and topic you need to ensure you remember it on the day. That said this is a very rough estimate. When to start revising for GCSEs or A-Levels re...

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How to revise for chemistry GCSE

by Anita Naik

GCSE chemistry revision challenges you in several ways. Aside from having to memorise facts spanning the whole specification, you also need to know your chemistry formulae. As a result, it's hard to know where to start. Here's what you need to know.

Start revision early

With a subject as broad as ...

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What do I need to know about GCSE Physics?

by Anita Naik

Physics helps explains the world and the universe. Studying it at GCSE level and beyond offers you the chance to develop skills that will make you very employable in the future. To help you make your decision about whether or not to opt for it, here is what you need to know about GCSE physics.

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