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How to succeed in the Junior Cert Irish Oral
The oral option at Junior Cert is something I would definitely recommend taking – it’s easy to prep for, and will mean that you have 40% of your exam completed by June! While the idea of doing an oral now may well give you nightmares, I can assure you that by the end of this guide, you will be dead set on doing one, and doing one well! At the end of the day, the aim...
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Having a Positive Attitude towards Study
When you think of homework and study, most of you almost immediately feel a sense of dread and negativity, right? Something to really not look forward to and something you really don't want to have to do? Well, it doesn't have to always be like that! I know, that's easier said than done, but changing the way you perceive study and school has the potential to ...
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Key Dates for the 2018/19 School Year
Being organised is a no-brainer when it comes to studying well. One of the steps in being organised with your school year is knowing all the important dates in your calendar: deadlines, application dates, open days, etc. and working towards them, knowing how much time you have. Here, we've saved you time by listing all of the major dates in this year's...
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All Junior Cert Subject Guides - How to get an A
Getting an A isn't easy, it requires work, study and dedication! Learning how to juggle all of this and doing it all at the same time for 7+ subjects can be quite the challenge, which is why we created subject guides, written for students, by students who got As in the Junior Cert, full of tips and advice on how to get the A. Below we've put the link to eac...
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How to Juggle a Part-Time Job and Study
Having a part-time job while studying for exams is sometimes necessary and/or sometimes preferred by students; whether it be for financial needs or personal experience, it’s certainly not uncommon, and a lot of students end up spending a lot of their free time working. For those of you out there within this group of people, we know it can sometimes get tough to fit in bot...
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How I got a Distinction in New Junior Cycle English
The New Junior Cycle English exam is very different to the old course in that most of it is un-seen – you won’t know what’s on the exam until you open it in June! However, this doesn’t make it any more difficult to prepare for, thanks to the new Classroom Based Assessment and Assessment Tasks. This guide will give you a broader understanding of the aims ...