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Join Mietta for the #elevatelegal video series, as she shows you how to ace the subject in 10 episodes.
Everyone: "I can't do maths". The Truth: "You can't do maths...yet."
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“If you have bad technique and you shoot a basketball a thousand times, all you are going to get good at, is shooting really badly.” – Michael Jordan
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Get access to the practice questions for Business Studies here.
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The perfect technique for planning an essay when you're short on time (like in the exam).
Ever had that feeling like you're "in the zone". Start paying attention, and using that zone to do your best work.
You’ve written your intro, planned out your key themes and are ready to get in to the main body of the essay…
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Check out this system for note-taking that will save you time and improve your memory!
Don't waste your time lookig up vocab words in the dictionary in the exam.
Building your vocabulary will always come in handy - learn how to do it!
Check out the French questions here.
We all spend a lot of time there... why not use it to your advantage?
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Use these 7 tips to help you with music.
Moving up to high school can be one of the more stressful and overwhelming experiences for anyone growing up!
What do you do when you get an exam back? Check the mark of course... but what do you do next?
Use this tip to make sure you're always tackling the toughest questions.
Reading comprehension is a skill you’ll need for many years to come, and it can seem tricky when faced with lots of information.
Want to do past exams but don't feel like you're ready to tackle a whole paper? Use Maya's tip to get through it!
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Instead of competing, why don't you learn from each other's mistakes?
Memorising topic sentences by using 'Somebody that I used to know'...
IMagine doing 1/4 the work, and getting all the reults...
Your ability to pay attention to something has a huge influence on how much information you can take in during a study session
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Stay on top of your note-taking across the year.
Not much time until exams? Use these simple stpes to get the essentials done in time!
Reading poetry can be pretty difficult – the author is saying one thing, we’re thinking another thing, we don’t understand half the words being used and can’t work out why we’re reading it in the first place!
High Stakes Assessments are like normal tests, with one key difference; it counts toward your ATAR. Unlike normal quizzes that you’ve done all throughout high school, these are the SACs, in-class tests, trials, or mocks that count toward your final mark. Naturally, the stakes are higher. So we put together 4 must know tips for acing a High Stakes Assessment.
Check out this simple and practical approach to structuring your introductory paragraph.
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Learn how to answer legal studies questions properly.
Use this tip so that you're constantly being exposed to vocab around your house.
How to do well in your dramam performance exam
The language can seem inaccessible and alienating and the huge themes tackled at first are totally incomprehensible. However, there are a few techniques you can use which will open up an entirely new world of Shakespeare, and in the long run enhance your exam answer.
… is a complaint (excuse!) I have heard so many times over the years! And it is true: studying for languages is a tricky business and is unlike anything else we do across the school curriculum.
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So you’ve been given an assignment or project to do and have no idea where to start – never fear, Elevate is here to help get you to the point where you’re able to start writing!
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