Are you (or your child) worried about exams?
Exams are stressful
… especially if you’re uncertain HOW to revise
Gearing up for GCSE, A Level or university exams? If you’re unsure how to study, it’ll be a struggle.
Without a plan, you’ll find it difficult to revise. If you’re disorganised, you’ll waste time looking for resources. And if you’re prone to procrastination, you’ll sabotage your own efforts. But the good news is that study skills can be developed. Revision techniques can be learned. And when you discover strategies that work, there’s no limit to success.
Most importantly, when you understand what revision entails, you’ll study more effectively. And you’ll avoid common mistakes that students make before and during exams.
That’s why time management, organising and revision skills are so vital.
Study skills not only enhance academic performance and exam results; they also boost motivation and confidence. And whatever your career path, study skills improve productivity and well being.
So the aim is for students to become active, independent learners. Ultimately, study skills are life skills too.
What are study skills?
- Planning a study schedule
- Setting goals and tracking progress
- Organising study materials, especially paperwork
- Taking notes in different formats
- Overcoming procrastination and perfectionism
- Boosting memory
- Writing and editing academic assignments
- Managing stress before, during and after exams
How can I help?
- 1-2-1 coaching for students
- Group workshops for students – check out upcoming events
- Workshops in schools or colleges
- Talks for parents or teachers
For more info or to arrange a free consultation, email or phone me today.