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Performing Better Under Pressure

Pressure is an interesting thing. For some people, it makes them nervous. Which often leads to making sloppy mistakes and generally

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Understanding The Teenage Brain

Teenagers think differently to grownups – they are more likely to take risks, be sleepy, misread emotions, give in to peer-pressure and lack

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The Psychological Benefits of Mock Exams

Many things happen in the first week of December: Christmas songs get played incessantly in supermarkets and restaurants; you have to turn the

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5 Ways To Manage Nerves

A student writing their exams share similarities with an athlete competing on match day. Both require the ability to perform under pressure. Both

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15 Ways to Maximise Memory

Memory is the diary we all carry about with us” so said Oscar Wilde. But are some people’s diaries more accurate than others? What happens if you

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Questions that Encourage a Growth Mindset

Teachers have long battled with how to get their students to become more resilient and improve their mindset.

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Growth Mindset: Science and Stories Part 4

Most people in schools or in coaching are now probably familiar with Carol Dweck’s Growth Mindset theory. The theory encourages people to view

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The 9 Easiest Ways to Get Better Grades

What are the simplest ways for students to get better grades? Do we spend too long trying to find the latest silver bullet to magically help

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You and Your Phone at Night

We are a nation addicted to our smartphones. Simply telling people to turn their phones off is probably not going to overcome a cultural (and

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Growth Mindset: Stories and Science (part 3)

Most people in schools or in coaching are probably now familiar with Carol Dweck's Growth Mindset theory. The theory encourages people to view

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