Study Shark Blog #2 10 Things I wish I knew This Time Last Year for JC

Bonjour mes amis. Our second blog comes from Katie, who sat her Junior Cert in June this year. I love Katie’s social media accounts – a mix of lifestyle, study, fashion and beauty. We started chatting on social media a while back and the gas thing is – she doesn’t even study French! As soon as I came up with our #studysharks idea – I thought of her immediately.

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!

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!

Guest Blog No. 1 : General LC study tips – Kaumal Baig

Absolutely THRILLED with the feedback on our new Guest Blogging series. Imagine – we only came up with this idea a couple of days ago and already we have 6 bloggers who are ready to help you with tips and tricks they learned in college and in Leaving Cert year that they want to share with you!

Our Exclusive 3R Study Method!

This study method is the easiest one to prepare and probably the most enjoyable. It focuses on listening technique – and if done properly, will help EVERY part of the Leaving Cert French paper.  You do not need any teacher to improve your listening comprehension. It is just a question of listening as much French […]

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 : 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.

5th years – Christmas Revision!

Due to recent requests we have compiled a study guide for 5th year students in prep for the French Christmas exam in school. Hope you find it useful and that it will reduce panic and last minute cramming!