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How to make Shakespeare make sense

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.

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Not much time until exams? Use these simple stpes to get the essentials done in time!

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Lucy's top 10 memory hacks

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.

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Be Like Harvard Students

Most students know what goals are and they know that it’s important to have goals. You probably hear it all the time, “goals are so important. Set goals for yourself” and so on and so forth. The people telling you this are definitely not wrong. However, something they often times leave out is that you actually need to write these goals down

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Teachers Are There For A Reason - Use It!

For some reason, many students think that they aren’t allowed to ask a teacher a question outside of class time. They think that teachers only exist during the school day, and then POOF! They disappear! Perhaps It can be intimidating to approach a teacher for extra help, but truth be told, that’s why they’re there!

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You Make Your Beliefs... And They Make YOU!

Beliefs Are Key. Our beliefs open up a possibility of taking action. Just look at some of the top students that you know. To determine the success of a student, look into their beliefs and mindset.

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Why Humans Can't Multitask

As humans, we like to think that we’re amazing at everything. We know it’s bad to text and drive, and yet, people do it all the time. Why? Because they think they can multitask. Until they crash into the car in front of them. Here's the truth about multitasking.

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Top 17 Apps a student shouldn't live without

Our top picks for apps that help make study life easier!

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How to ace an oral presentation

Afraid of public speaking? Here’s some simple tips to help you prepare for your oral presentation.

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Cornell note-taking systems

Check out this system for note-taking that will save you time and improve your memory!

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Top 10 English Tips

Top 10 do's and don'ts for succeeding in English

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Command words: "analyse" "assess" "evaluate"...

Can you distinguish between 'compare' &' contrast'? Can you analyse the words 'evaluate' and 'assess'. Command words matter - make sure you know them!

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5 most common exam mistakes!

Have you made these common errors?

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Practice does NOT make perfect

“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