Preparation - Study Skills
How to manage your time in Sixth Form
Learn to manage your time successfully to meet deadlines and work independently in Year 12. The clip below will help you to improve productivity, reduce stress and get better exam results through better organisation!
Find out how in this episode of the Study Skills series – part of the 'Go The Distance' course, giving you the skills and knowledge you need to be a successful sixth form student.
A good set of notes is so useful when revising for exams
A popular method of note taking recommended by many A-level teachers is the Cornell Method. The University of Warwick explains why the Cornell method is so useful and how to use the method.
A biology teacher explains how to make notes in class using the Cornell Method.
Academic listening is an essential skill when studying in Year 12. Listening in class and making good notes can be harder than you think. The final clip explains how to listen carefully and produce a good set of notes that you can use for coursework and revision.