As University applications open, many students will be looking ahead or may have even already decided on their CAO choices prior the closing date of the 1st of February 2017. But those hoping to study in the UK will also be looking at the UCAS application system. One of the main differences with UCAS […]
Hi guys~!🙂 So today I will be touching on tips for studying smartly! ✍ #1: Start studying early (but of course not too early.. and NO LAST MINUTE REVISION) You can start as early as 2 weeks to one month before the first paper. By revising past years’ test papers and notes, you will be able […]
Got exams to prep for in December or January but can’t escape the festivities? We’ve got a great formula to bring you balance to fun and studying. It’s called the ‘half-and-half’ approach. So, you either split your week or each day in half. One half is for fun activities, the other is for… you guessed […]
I’ve been super occupied of late and am guilty of neglecting my blog 😦
I hope to take some time off and put something together soon.
Meanwhile, I thought I should share what I found with you the other day. I recently discovered Cram and I used it to create flashcards online. I like the fact that the site is simple and easy to use – totally WYSIWYG. My students liked it too and I’ll share more details as soon as I can. In the mean time, here’s how my sample set looks: http://www.cram.com/flashcards/beowulf-7684909.
I hope you’ll find it useful.
That’s all for now. I’ll be back soon.
Hi, everyone! Back with me, again. Now, as you guys now (maybe, or not), I am in college. I am a freshman at a private university in Jakarta, Indonesia. I study Psychology right now and well, if you guys study Psychology, or studying in university in general, you’ll know how much notes we need to […]
First of all, double-check you’ve understood the purpose of the assignment (what the tutor is seeking to assess/reward), the learning outcomes, the word limit and what percentage of your overall mark the work carries (so that you allot an appropriate amount of effort). Make a list of areas where you are confident, and also those where you need to find out more. […]