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BASIC, PLUS+ and PREMIUM☆ - what's the difference?
There are 3 different types of accounts you can have here with us on Studyclix: BASIC, PLUS+ and PREMIUM☆. We often get asked, "what's the difference?" or "why should I upgrade?". To understand more about the differences between the accounts and learn about the benefits of upgrading, just keep reading! BASIC Anyone can sign up to Studyclix wi...
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Introducing: Studyclix Flashcards for Teachers
In addition to the Quizzes feature we launched a few weeks ago, we are now bringing you another fantastic tool to enhance classroom learning. Introducing Studyclix Flashcards! Flashcards have been a popular memorising tool among teachers and students for decades. When done properly, flashcards can be an efficient method of getting students to retain information as they l...
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Introducing: Studyclix Flashcards
In addition to the Quizzes feature we launched this year, we’re bringing our Senior Cycle students another brillaint resource which will should make the way you study much easier. Many students spend hours and hours making flashcards for all their subjects. Which makes sense, as flashcards are a classic study tool and are considered one of the best ways t...
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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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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...