Blog Posts in January, 2014

  • Deal With Exam Stress Like a Pro

    As exam season approaches, most students experience heightened anxiety. Compounded by lack of sleep and pressure to perform, exam stress can be your worst enemy and prevents you from performing at ...
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  • Feed Your Brain

    Tips for staying healthy and priming your brain for maximum performance for exams and tests. While setting up a study plan with your tutor, doing regular review sessions and doing mock exams and ...
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  • Eat your Way to Academic Success!

    While your brain only takes up 2% of your body weight, it consumes up to 20% of the energy you eat. Whether you are studying, writing an exam or listening to a lecture, your brain needs fuel to ...
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  • Help your Student to Love the Library

    Libraries are such a valuable resources for students and parents alike. Their continued existence relies on the public availing themselves of the many services the library has on offer. Not only will ...
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  • Best ACT Test Taking Tips

    You’ve spent hours and hours preparing, you’ve taken some practice ACT tests and you’ve worked with your classmates, tutors and teachers to prepare for one of the most important tests you will ever ...
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  • ACT Test Preparation

    It’s that time of year and although you may be feeling the pressure to perform well on your ACTs, you know the best course of action is to be prepared. Start getting organized and augment your study ...
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  • Handling ADHD: Tips from Teachers

    What do Howie Mandel, Justin Timberlake, Richard Branson, Michael Phelps and Jim Carey have in common? They have all been diagnosed with ADHD. Knowing that successful people not only cope with ADHD, ...
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  • The Stress-free Homework Guide

    Is homework regularly an issue in your home? There are many ways to help your students to get into good homework habits without doing the work for them. If you dread homework just as much as your ...
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  • How Social Media makes Social Learning more Effective

    Social learning has around since the 1970’s when Albert Bandura suggested that learning is a social activity. Social learning theory postulates that learning occurs when students observe behaviors and ...
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  • What Parents need to know about E-Cigarettes

    Electronic or e-cigarettes sales are soaring, but not everyone is supporting this new fad. In his last days as New York major, Bloomberg banned sales of e-cigarettes while law-makers in the UK call ...
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