Improve your Studying

Top 10 Tips to Improve your Studying

Every student wants to do well in school. In order to do that, you have to understand that studying shouldn’t be limited to just the week or night before a test. Whether you’re still in primary school, high school, your first year of uni, or fast approaching the end of your degree, establishing good study habits… Read more »

Preparing for an Exam

Tips on How to Effectively Study for an Exam

Exams are an essential part of a student’s life. Studying for one will no doubt take up much of the student’s time. However, preparing for an exam doesn’t have to be stressful and tiring. You just have to know how to study more effectively. Here are some tips on how you can go about it.… Read more »

Life, Work and Study balance

How to Balance Studies and Personal Life in University

A lot of students anticipate the time they will be going to university. Who hasn’t dreamt of the classes they’ll be taking, the people they’ll meet or how much fun they’ll have once they leave school and start the next chapter of their life? Unfortunately, going to university is not all fun and games. Despite… Read more »

Technology in the Classroom

What new technology can help in the classroom?

Technology is moving at a rapid pace, with new improvements and advancements being introduced every week. The trend is set to continue with both private and public schools being encouraged to embrace and integrate new forms of technology into the classroom, but have they got it right and should they be doing more? We surveyed… Read more »

Handwriting Increases Retention

How Handwriting Can Increase Retention

The rise and success of the human civilisation is tightly linked to the creation and use of writing as a way of storing and transmitting knowledge and ideas. Once a skill jealously guarded and reserved only for the wealthy and powerful of society, writing is now a basic life skill that a majority of us use on a… Read more »

Procrastination

Why Moderate Procrastination Can be Positive

Procrastination is something we are all guilty of doing every so often. What you might not realise is that, while the negatives are obvious and stated time and again, there are also some positives that are possible to achieve when it is properly managed and not over indulged. The Benefits… Adam Grant (Professor at the University… Read more »

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Top 10 Web Extensions to Keep Productive

You try to finish that assignment, business report, or another task that needs your attention, but looking in on Facebook or checking your emails is just too tempting. Next thing you know, the whole day is gone and you still haven’t started that task you need to do. It happens to everyone. Staying focused is never an… Read more »

What Worries You the Most About Getting Old?

What Worries You the Most About Getting Old?

We’re all living longer than ever before but what do we really worry about as we get old? There’s the obvious concern of a deterioration in our health, and death itself, but now it seems those aged over 65 are becoming worried about wider issues such as world security and poor government leadership.   Our… Read more »

Youtube Music Channels for Meditation and Study

YouTube Music for Meditation & Study

It’s no surprise that people enjoy listening to music when studying, but sometimes finding the right music so you can focus can be difficult. When your favourite song comes on, it’s easy to get distracted, sing along or lose all motivation to continue studying when you can’t get that tune out of your head. To make things easier,… Read more »

Top 10 Ways to Improve your Memory

Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Memory

Coming up to the end of the year, now is the time to start cramming for those exams right? Wrong. Cramming is one of the worst ways to learn. There are much better, not to mention healthier, ways to retain all the new things you’ve worked so hard to learn this year. In this article… Read more »