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Everyone: "I can't do math".
The Truth: "You can't do math...yet."
Elevate Education's best selling study guide, 'The Science of Student Success' has sold over 10,000 copies. Get yours free here!
How many ways can you express an opinion? These small sentence structures can make all the difference...
Top 10 do's and don'ts for succeeding in English
“If you have bad technique and you shoot a basketball a thousand times, all you are going to get good at, is shooting really badly.” – Michael Jordan
Can you distinguish between 'compare' &' contrast'? Can you analyse the words 'evaluate' and 'assess'. Command words matter - make sure you know them!
How do you know you're ready for exams? Have you covered everything? Using the bulletproof booklet will ensure that you walk into the exam knowing that you're ready and prepared for anything.
Afraid of public speaking? Here’s some simple tips to help you prepare for your oral presentation.
What can Steve Jobs teach us about studying?
If what you’re looking for instead is ways to memorise information that takes as little time as possible, but which results in a high percentage of retention, then you’ve come to the right place.
Does this goal scare you? Like a mountain climber staring up at the summit, it is easy to get demotivatoed by our goals. Here's how to make it more manageable.
Have you made these common errors?
The transition from highschool to college can be daunting and overwhelming. Here are 11 things I wish I knew before starting my degree:
Feeling stressed out? Check out this video to see how to keep stress manageable.
The perfect technique for planning an essay when you're short on time (like in the exam).
Ever had that feeling like you're "in the zone". Start paying attention, and using that zone to do your best work.
You’ve written your intro, planned out your key themes and are ready to get in to the main body of the essay…
Losing sleep in the lead up to exams can be more harmful to your marks than you think...
Don't waste your time lookig up vocab words in the dictionary in the exam.
We all spend a lot of time there... why not use it to your advantage?
How do you measure your productivity? Are you the sort of person who tells your friends, "man, i studied for 3 hours last night?"
Memorising topic sentences by using 'Somebody that I used to know'...
What do you do when you get an exam back? Check the grade of course... but what do you do next?
Your ability to pay attention to something has a huge influence on how much information you can take in during a study session
Instead of competing, why don't you learn from each other's mistakes?
Want to do past exams but don't feel like you're ready to tackle a whole paper? Use Maya's tip to get through it!
IMagine doing 1/4 the work, and getting all the reults...
Use these 7 tips to help you with music.
What's the neuroscience of stress? How can you use it to your advantage?
How to do well in your drama performance exam.
Not much time until exams? Use these simple steps to get the essentials done in time!
Check out this simple and practical approach to structuring your introductory paragraph.
Use this tip so that you're constantly being exposed to vocab around your house.
Stay on top of your note-taking across the year.
Stressed? See how James uses a simple breathing technique to relieve stress.
Getting rady for SATs? Check out this article from Ben!
Homework is important, but in order to go above and beyond, you will need to prioritise non-required work...
The language can seem inaccessible and alienating and the huge themes tackled at first are totally incomprehensible. However, there are a few techniques you can use which will open up an entirely new world of Shakespeare, and in the long run enhance your exam answer.
Whatsapp study groups saved me for Politics...
… is a complaint (excuse!) I have heard so many times over the years! And it is true: studying for languages is a tricky business and is unlike anything else we do across the school curriculum.
Here's why homework should NOT be your priority...
How smart do you have to be to get top grades?
To most of us, it will come as little surprise that the research shows the country’s top performing students, year-after-year, are the ones who have developed a clear reason to study.