I’ve always thought of learning things as absorbing some fixed kind of knowledge, with an end goal (usually an exam). But after a few years at university (I guess as I have become more of an adult), I have realised that there is no fixed syllabus for learning stuff anymore.
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A cheat sheet and guide to help you prepare for the PAT.
I meet a lot of A level students who don’t understand the International Baccalaureate (IB). The two qualifications lead to a completely different sixth form experience: we seem to be from two completely different worlds when it comes to studying.
I always root around for ways to improve what I already do, but there’s so much stuff lying around on the internet so I decided to compile everything into one ultimate list of things you can do to keep motivated.
With exams coming up, I came across this video about the Feynman Technique that helps you learn and revise stuff more effectively. Essentially, you should use simple terms to explain the idea, as if to a new student.
Let’s talk about why we get so fed up with exams.
And so it begins.