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Tips and Tricks for Online Learning

 Jemma from Gauteng (age 11) shares her tips for online learning:

“My sailing instructions for my fellow crew members sailing in the uncharted waters of online learning"

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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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6 Silly Things All Students Do

We all do it! Maybe you relate to some of these? It's important to remember that you are not alone in your struggles and that they can be overcome. 

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5 Biggest Exam Preparation Mistakes

In this video, we have a look at the top 5 mistakes that students make leading up to exams. Once you realize what NOT to do, you'll know what the top students actually do when it comes to their exams. 

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Learning Under Lockdown - Remember That?!

At the start of 2020, learners all over South Africa prepared excitedly for school tours, plays, matric dances and the like. And then suddenly – lockdown. From Umhlanga to Uitenhage to Upington, there isn’t any school or learner in South Africa that wasn’t radically impacted by the COVID-19 Lockdown. This meant schooling from home. Here are 5 quotes from young South Africans reminding us of what it was like to learn under lockdown

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How To Create A Study Group (That Actually Works)

Most students avoid creating study groups because they feel like it never works. We can help with a few tips as to how to create one that actually works. It's going to save you heaps of time, so listen up!

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Managing Exam and Assignment Deadlines

Struggling with managing your exam and assignment deadlines? When we have a lot of work, it can feel like a mountain in front of us. Here's how to climb that mountain. 

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When Should You Start Preparing For Your Exams?

Do you usually leave your exam prep for the day before the exam? The top students start studying way before that. We'll share their secret with you in this video.

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Optimal Study Environments

Controling your environment means controling your attention which can massively improve your memory leading up to exams. Here's how to optimize your study environment. 

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Avoid Using An Exercise Book

Most students make their notes using an exercise book. There is actually a more effective way to store your notes, and it can impact how well you remember your work. Find out why in this video.

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Goal Setting

Setting goals is vital in order to get where you want to go as a student. The top students do it, you should, too! Here's why.

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4 Tips For Effective Note-Taking

Think taking notes aren't THAT important? Think again! Effective note taking can significantly increase your marks. Here's how. 

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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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An introduction to mindfulness

An easy technique to try, but very difficult to master. Can you?

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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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How to STAND OUT!

Be different. 

Books + Planners

FREE eBook: Science of Student Success

Elevate Education's best selling study guide, 'The Science of Student Success' has sold over 10,000 copies. Get yours free here!

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Are you making this productivity mistake?

How do you measure your productivity? Are you the sort of person who tells your friends, "man, i studied for 3 hours last night?"

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Dissolve stress with this simple technique

Stressed? See how James uses a simple breathing technique to relieve stress. 

Books + Planners

The Bulletproof Booklet

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. 

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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  

Books + Planners

Short-term planner

 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.

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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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Cornell Note-taking systems

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

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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.