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6 Reasons to Keep A Diary

Benjamin Franklin used to begin each day by asking himself “What can I do well today?”. He then wrote those things down in a diary. Come the end

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Revision: An Introduction to Spacing

How much students can remember plays a key role in their exam success. So can we improve our memory? Is cramming really a successful revision

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6 Ways to Reduce Stress

For many students revision time can be very stressful. But new and interesting research suggests that a) some stress is actually a good thing and

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5 Reasons to do that Hard Task Early

Benjamin Franklin once said that “you may delay, but time will not, and lost time is never found again”. Yet so many people (and especially

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IBPA award finalist

We are honoured to announce that our book, "Release Your Inner Drive" has been shortlisted for a Benjamin Franklin Award. We are one of 3

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13 Questions to Improve Revision

For students to revise effectively they face two challenges. The first, is knowing what good revision actually looks like. The second, is then

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Benefits of Reading

Do you read regularly? If not, can you remember the last book, or sizeable article you read? Most of our daily reading behaviours consist of

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6 Last-Minute Revision Hacks

How can students improve their memory? Are there any last minute strategies that can help provide a boost for revision? For students who have put

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Why Does Taking a Deep Breath Help?

We’ve all heard it said that when people are nervous they should “take a deep breath”. But what is the science behind this advice? Why does this

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How Good Is Your First Attempt?

Does your first attempt bare any correlation to your best attempt? Essentially, does how good you are the first time you do something give any

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