*+-“To let the brain work without sufficient material is like racing an engine. It racks itself to pieces,” said iconic investigator Sherlock Holmes. No matter how great your ideas are or how well you can…
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*+-Exam questions don’t just ask for a specific area of information- they ask for that information to be given in a specific way. There’s a difference between name and describe or analyse and discuss. To really nail an exam it’s not just about having the answers; it’s also about knowing how exactly to give them. Here’s a handy infographic to help you.
*+-Exams aren’t just about what you know – your marks come from how well you answer the questions.
*+-No matter how well you’ve studied, everyone begins their exam with a blank piece of paper. Studying is like preparing for a journey and as soon as you start writing, you set foot on it….
*+-“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war” wrote Sun Tzu in The Art of War. As dramatic as it might seem, it’s applicable to entering an exam. Students who study successfully do so…
*+-Hard work can take you far but well planned hard work can take you even further. If you really want to get the most out of your studying a timetable is essential.
*+-Although learners have been exposed to many of the skills required in Senior Phase during the Intermediate Phase, they need to be prepared for what is expected of them in Senior Phase and especially at high school. These five tips will help your learners prepare for life beyond Grade 6.
*+-Some might find the glow of their lamp and the chirping of the crickets peaceful. Others might see it as a gauntlet dividing them from their ever so soft pillows. Preferences aside, studying at night is a fact of life. You’ve got to do it, so do it well.
Here are some tips to help you get the most mileage out of that final stretch of your day.