Over the years, the A-level syllabuses have expanded and require a lot of hard work from students to master the contents and perform well in the exams. Although the workload in A levels is immense, many students have overcome its challenges by study smarter, not harder. We recently had an opportunity to speak with representatives from Ashbourne College, one of the best A-level colleges in London, on the study techniques that their students apply to achieve A*/A in their exams. Here are the 13 tips that help the students build an effective study and revision system.
1 | Know your learning style and create a system of study schedule and tools around it
Scientists identify four most common learning styles among learners:
a) Visual learners learn best by seeing. They respond well to diagrams, color-coding, video, and patterns.
b) Auditory learners learn best by listening. They respond well to…
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