Written whilst Covid-19 was causing unprecedented disruption to face-to-face teaching, here are some tips more for remote study.
This blog is written whilst Covid-19 was causing unprecedented disruption to face-to-face teaching. Schools, colleges and universities are having to close all over the world, but this shouldn’t stop the learning. Luckily there is a multitude of tools available. Here are some suggestions for teachers.
Read this summary of great advice, study tips and techniques complied from interviews with hundreds of ABE Top Paper Award winners*.
You’ve worked hard, you’ve followed our Top Tips for Revision. Now all you’ve got to do is sit your exam. To help you get the grade you deserve, follow these simple steps to exam success.
Writing assignments can be daunting; feeling under pressure, and unsure of if we’ll ever be prepared enough to tackle the question effectively. Remember it does not have to be like this; the most important thing is to start – and start early.
Exams are looming and it’s a stressful time! Everyone tells you to just relax and do your best. Great advice, but easier said than done! One thing that can help is feeling well prepared. With this in mind, we have summarised some top tips to getting top grades.
Revision can seem like a difficult task. Taking everything that you’ve learned over the course of your studies with ABE, then breaking it down, memorising it, and making it usable in an exam situation is certainly a lot of work. But there’s no reason for it to be impossible, and as an ABE student you’re more than likely up to the challenge - keep reading for some handy revision tips!
When you start your ABE Level 5 or Level 6 qualification one of the things you will need to think about is which optional units to choose. If you go on to a Bachelors or Masters programme these too may require you to select from a list of several subject options.
If you are finding this prospect daunting here are some ideas about how best to approach your selection.
The prospect of exams can be scary. But remember, they are not designed to catch you out, they are developed to help you prove how much you know. Follow this guide and you should be well on the road to success.
We all get stressed from time to time but it's important not to let it affect your performance. For those sitting exams here are some stress beating tips.