Do you wish you knew how to write an essay conclusion? Do you struggle to know what you’re supposed to write in a conclusion? How long should it be? How is it different from an introduction? Well I’m going to answer all these questions and more in this week’s episode. You’re going to learn exactly

Reflective writing. Do you find it difficult? Do you struggle to know what to write? Are you scoring anything other than great grades for reflective writing assignments? If you answered YES to any of these questions then you’re gonna want to listen to this episode because I’m going to walk you through exactly how to

Are you guilty of taking study notes and then not using them again? Of spending hours each week completing your reading and notes but finding they’re not helpful when it comes to writing your essays or preparing for your exams? Well, it’s time to stop taking pointless study notes. There are some common mistakes I

Do you wish essay writing was easier? Do you find yourself procrastinating and putting off starting and then having to complete your essay in a mad rush and submit at the last minute? You’re not alone. Essay writing is a daunting process that feels complicated and mysterious and kinda awful at times. It can feel

There’s A LOT of bad note taking advice out there. Some of it’s well-meaning. Some of it is half-true but important parts have been lost. Others are just bits of advice that get parroted around the Internet until no one knows where they came from. Well today my study buddies, I’m going to debunk these myths

The most common note taking advice from tutors is to ‘write notes in your own words.’ But, we’re never really taught why we should do this and how to actually do this. In this blog post I’m going to share the reasons why you might write verbatim (word-for-word) notes, reasons why you should write notes in

Before I tell you how to prepare for university lectures and tutorials, let me explain what these terms mean because there’s a lot of different ones knocking about e.g. tutorial, lecture, seminar, workshop…etc. A lecture tends to be a one-sided class where you and your fellow students will sit and take notes while a lecturer talks

Productivity is like the holy grail for students. Being a productive student allows us to make progress on our goals, complete our studying in less time with a lot less stress and, ultimately, it helps us achieve much higher grades. But there are a crap-ton of productivity mistakes that could be tripping you up in

There’s not one right way of studying. What works for you might not work for another student. What works for one of your modules could be less effective in your next. Every student’s university subjects, circumstances and learning habits combine to create unique situations that no one study method is perfect for. Understand this and you’ll become a