LAST MINUTE TIPS FOR LC ORAL EXAM 2016

Greeting mes amis!

Just want to share a few tips with you for the LC oral exams!

Social and Scientific Study Tips!

Bonjour mes amis! As part of our Support On Study (SOS) blog series we are now looking at the LC subject – Social and Scientific. HUGE thank you to Mairead Hennigan former EFer for the following advice for LCs!

Guest Blog #4 Project Maths Advice and Tips for Junior Cert and Leaving Cert

Bonjour mes EFers (real and adopted!)

This time around our guest blogger is the famous Eamonn Toland, founder of TheMathsTutor.ie. He has put together this exclusive blog just for ye! Remember if you are an EFer you can access all of his online lessons FREE OF CHARGE!

Hillarious Guest Blog #3 Kevin Twomey : General Study with a Twist!

Welcome to our blogging series where former EFers share their study secrets with us. This time around we have Kevin Twomey, former EFer, now studying Commerce and French in UCC. Hillarious look at study – to be a fly on the wall in your house during your LC year, Kev……

Guest Blog # 2 : Jake Murphy

Bonjour mes amis! Thank you all so much for your lovely comments on our first blogger Kaumal’s post. We are going to post another general study guide, this time from an adopted EFer, Jake Murphy, now studying medicine in UCC. It is perfectly timed for the Easter Hols and how to stay motivated. Merci Jake!

Free SOS – Support On Study Seminars August 2012

Due to the unbelievable success of last year’s seminars we have been inundated with phone calls and emails these past few weeks from parents and students inquiring about this year’s event. We are thrilled to announce the date of our SOS (Support On Study) programme for Leaving Cert students in Cork.

20 Top Tips For Study!

Mind Coach :Brian Colbert’s top 20 tips for getting the best results

SOS : Study Buddies – your new BFF!

Do you want to cut your workload by HALF?? Get yourself a study buddy- to share and swap your notes!

SOS : Importance of EFFICIENT READING!

There are ways to read, and the right way for a given occasion depends on your purposes. Let’stake a look at how you should read your work with your exams in mind!

SOS : UNDERSTANDING LONG AND SHORT TERM MEMORY

There’s a big difference between SHORT TERM memory and LONG TERM memory. It’s important to know this because even if you feel confident that your ordinary short term memory works well –without much effort- your long term memory will not operate the same way. The difference is that you have to make deliberate effort to put things into your long term memory- particularly if the information is not personally interesting to you.

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