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CLEARING OUT REVISION - HOW TO KNOW WHAT TO KEEP AND WHAT TO THROW AWAY

If you've recently moved to college, university, sixth form or had a change in your education, it's most likely you need to do a clear out of folders, binders, loose pieces of paper, old books, essays, revision cards ... the list goes on. These types of clearouts can mean bedrooms turn into un-organised filing rooms and the wardrobe becomes a haven for old forgotten essays. I have definitely struggled with this before and decided to write this post to give anyone in this position some help.

4 REASONS YOU SHOULD TAKE A GAP YEAR


With school or sixth form coming to a close for a lot of you, it may be daunting to choose what to do next. If you've applied to university or for an apprenticeship you might be wondering whether to go ahead with it or whether to have a break from education and do something different. Here are a few reasons why a gap year might be suited to you as well as some ideas of things you could get up to if you did decide to take a break from studying.

4 WAYS TO STAY ORGANISED AT SIXTH FORM OR COLLEGE

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Starting sixth form can be daunting, exciting and chaotic all at the same time. It can also be a big change and things can get a bit out-of-hand, especially in the first few weeks. However, there are a few tips listed in this post to help you avoid being overwhelmed and make the workload easier to manage.

3 REVISION METHODS TO HELP YOU STUDY HISTORY


History is a vast subject, full of dates to remember, strange names to spell and complicated source material. All of those can become overwhelming. But don't fear - in this blog post I have listed ways to use common studying aids to your advantage to help you achieve your best potential in this difficult subject.