Juliet Landau-Pope

Study Skills

Whatever your age or stage of education, learning how to study makes all the difference.

Organising, time management and revision strategies are vital to study, work and other aspects of life.

For teenagers especially, these study skills boost academic performance, confidence and motivation.

As a university lecturer, with more than 20 years’ experience of teaching, I offer:

  • Coaching for individual students (by skype or in person)
  • Workshops for school, college or university students
  • Talks for parents on how to help teenagers prepare for exams

Click here for details of next event for parents on Monday 27 March 2017

Topics include:

*  Overcoming procrastination and perfectionism

*  Coping with deadlines and managing distractions

*  Learning from mistakes and dealing with setbacks

*  Taking notes and creating revision aids

*  Boosting memory and reducing stress before exams

*  Setting goals and maintaining motivation

*  Developing resilience and confidence

*  Organising books, papers and study materials

I have a particular interest in coaching students with disabilities or challenges arising from ADD/ADHD, anxiety and depression.

I hold an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) certificate as well as professional indemnity and public liability insurance.

 

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” Adam found your sessions very helpful, and I am glad to see that he making more effort to pre-plan and to get more organised.” (Parent of Year 10 student, East Finchley).

“I’m feeling so much more confident about exam revision since I came to your workshop. Thanks for all the great advice.” (Year 12 student, Muswell Hill)

“My daughter found the workshop really useful and learnt new methods of studying. Thank you.” (Parent of Year 7 student, Mill Hill)