Find exam papers easily: welcome to the home of AQA, Edexcel & OCR past papers- where you can download SATs, GCSE and A-level papers - free on one website.
Find exam papers easily: welcome to the home of AQA, Edexcel & OCR past papers- where you can download SATs, GCSE and A-level papers - free on one website.

The law is….you must enjoy learning...that’s it!

So mashing up the ways you learn, looking for fun ways to get it into your head– that’s got to be the best approach, so that you even start to look forward to getting to grips with something new.

It also means, take time out to do the things you love– whatever that means for you.


If you have stalled in your learning and need help….then ask the teacher!

This may seem a dodgy thing to do, but it is so right, on a number of levels.

Don’t delay….ask today!



One of the most enjoyable types of learning is to teach someone (anyone) the topic you are learning. Prepare (but not too much) and then get to it– any areas for improvement will show up and the “student” should note these down for you. Pairing up with a friend doing the same

subject and you can swap roles and double the effect of this method.


To stay focused, you must vary your approach to learning. You may have a dominant learning style (visual, auditory, kinaesthetic, etc.) which will help, but remember to ring the changes! Once again flashcards are brilliant and so are mind maps, recording your own notes/ tests to play back; there’s so much choice-just use your learning time effectively.


To stay focused, you must vary your approach to learning. You may have a dominant learning style (visual, auditory, kinaesthetic, etc.) which will help, but remember to ring the changes! Once again flashcards are brilliant and so are mind maps, recording your own notes/ tests to play back; there’s so much choice-just use your learning time effectively.


Your progress will be better if you believe you can do the learning in front of you. Try going over the previous work and see how much you have improved. That’s success and you can build on that. “Go (insert your name here), you can do it! High five!” (Or similar American twaddle!)


!)


The best way is to spread out your learning and so that means planning when to do what. Using an A4 monthly calendar will help you see what you need to do and when. That way learning will be easier and more effective. (Try the 1 day, then 1 week, then 1 month approach.)


Try to learn in a comfortable and quiet space with little or no distractions; this includes

turning off your mobile and any music. If you need to drown out noise, try putting on

minimalist style music which should do the job!

This is the top tip because all of your learning depends on having your body and mind “comfortable”. Try to eat healthily and exercise frequently and these will also help your mind stay fresh and stress free.


Home