Righto, we’re a coupla weeks into term now and you’ve found your bearings at school.
You know when Maths is and who your teachers are. Now it’s time to prepare for battle. And what do you need most in a battle? Training. Allies. And a weapon of some kind.
Practice makes perfect
Things hopefully aren’t too hard yet, which means it’s a good time to start preparing for the workload coming later in the year. You can start brainstorming for the assignments you already know about, look for past papers to include in your study schedule, find online practice quizzes and other resources you can use… go on, get training!
We got yer back
As you move into unfamiliar territory, remind yourself that there are people standing ready to assist. Whenever you’re worried about something, find it hard to understand what a teacher’s on about – even when they’ve tried to explain it a few times and you’ve nodded along, pretending you get it now – we’re here to help. No judgment, no impatience.
Arm yourself, warrior
Thought you were getting a sword, didn’t you? Sorry to let you down there. We’re talking about arming yourself with good study habits. Like these ones:
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