InnerDrive Education Blog

The eight-hour sleep challenge

The majority of students recognise that a poor night’s sleep affects their abilities to concentrate and remember information the next day. However,

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Flashcards: what, when, how, and where?

When revising, many students spend hours re-reading their notes and highlighting the most important phrases. However, such revision practices are

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Should universities give unconditional offers?

The number of unconditional offers universities are giving prospective students is at its highest rate ever, with 23% of students receiving one last

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4 ways to overcome test anxiety

For our students, the outcome of months and months of studying and hard work can hinge on one single performance. Therefore, it is not surprising

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Why you need to know about retrieval practice

When it comes to revision, there are numerous ways in which students can revise. However, recent research has shown that not all revision techniques

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Sleep: myths vs facts

We are pretty sure there is a national sleep crisis. Too many students aren’t getting enough of it and are sleepwalking their way through their

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Why do we make bad choices?

Everyone can remember a choice they’ve made that they have later come to regret. Whilst bad choices cannot always be avoided, there are several

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Should schools stop grading students?

Teachers spend a lot of time grading students’ work. However, this constant marking may not be the best way to create an environment which promotes

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