“Don’t study hard, study smart!” they say. You must have heard of this from time to time ever since you were young. Though it does sound great, it is challenging to implement this idea. The concept of studying smart comes from following effective study techniques and methods to prevent wasting a great amount of time.
Today’s definition of studying is not just limited to having stellar grades on the report card and landing a job that has great salary; it’s about excelling in various aspects which includes being an exemplary leader, being an effective communicator, being a proactive learner as well as being a socially mindful individual who dedicates him
Tuition industry in Singapore has grown and expanded in many ways: especially during this pandemic. Digitalised learning has become the new norm and everyone has got to get used to it. The prime reason why one-to-one private tuition has gained attention is because it has a lot to offer for students. It’s not just a great learning opportunity
The garden of academic success comes with its own prickly thorns like failures, disappointments, an arduous journey of nerve-wrecking tests and examinations and so on. It is absolutely essential for students to maintain their sanity, stay calm and composed and ensure that they put in the best practices to work hard with determination. Cognitive fitness
Beyond a shadow of a doubt, every student is aware that assessment books and practice papers are of utmost importance in helping them succeed. However, it is a pity that students are unaware of how these resources can be utilised to the maximum potential to strive for those ‘A’ grades. A useful resource when underutilised
We all want to be productive and we all dream of being the perfect student who sticks to his or schedule without wasting even a minute. However, it doesn’t come true for most of us due to many reasons. There are many external factors that may seem to be the culprit of procrastination; however, distractions
Secondary school is one of the most memorable times in a student’s life as it’s the tender age in which students discover their strengths and weaknesses, what works for them and what doesn’t, and also discover their areas of interests. The years in Secondary school also plays a significant role in allowing students to experiment
One of the most “feared” subjects and least talked about is certainly English Literature and a considerable bulk of students who struggle to perform well in Literature are also those who struggle with the English Language. There are also some students who are passionate about the subject but are unsure of how to push their