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The Best Study Methods
We get asked a lot by students about the best way to study. The simple answer is that there's no one best way. Every student is different and learns best in different ways! Some will learn best using visual aids, like pictures and diagrams, whereas others might be more kinesthetic learners and learn best by doing/acting out something. Therefore, it's impossibl...
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Leaving Cert Timetable 2019
The 2019 Leaving Cert Timetable is now available with this year's exams starting on June 5th. If you're doing your Leaving Certificate exams in 2019 then you can download and print it here.  A Studyclix account will help you get the best marks possible for these exams in June. If you don't already have an account, sign up here! Good luck wi...
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From 6th year to university - Moving away for the first time
One of the most exciting things for 6th year students is the opportunity to move out of your home and start living independently - hooray! However, for university first-timers, finding the right student accommodation might be a daunting task. Universities are reporting that their halls of residence are being booked up very quickly by existing students, leaving little rooms...
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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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Everything you need to know when applying to UCAS
UCAS stands for Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. It's the United Kingdom’s equivalent to the CAO. If you're planning to study a university degree in the UK, you have to apply through UCAS. Last year, I applied through UCAS and am now studying Occupational Therapy (MOccTh) at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. I understand it can be a daunting...
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How to manage 6th year - Tips from The Student Coach
6th year goes fast, don’t underestimate how quickly the time will go by! It's your responsibility to start revising last year’s material as well as keeping track of the various deadlines and applications that you have to make this year. Below, Berni from the Students Coach gives some great tips on how to manage 6th year effectively. Applications ...