Hi, I am a female Engineering student currently at A level and I thought I might share with you some experiences I’ve had and some studying tips I’ve learnt up to now.

Just a little about myself. I am currently studying A level Maths, A level Product Design and an Extended Btec Diploma in Engineering and have previously studied AS Mechanical Maths, AS English Literature and AS Psychology (as I am starting over year 12 to do different subjects).

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Hi there, I hope you all are having a lovely day!
As a high school student, something that I have struggled with in the past has been remaining motivated during school breaks, such as winter break. I found myself looking forward to time off because I would be able to get ahead, yet I would end up becoming even more behind on my work. As of late April, I have not had to attend classes at my high school. I have the entirety of May off; however, during this month I have to prepare for five different exams and write a rough draft of a 4,000 word mini-thesis. Already I have learned so much about what it means to be productive without the definitive structure of a school day to keep me motivated, so here are my tips for remaining productive during time off!

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During my middle school years, I was the type of girl who did not study at all for exams. I used to leave everything for the last minute and sometimes I did not even know whether I had a test or not. But this changed when I was about to fail in almost three subjects. After that I learnt what really study meant. Each year I did better than the previous one and I started my career at university with the right foot. My marks were good most of the time and I was always the student who got everything done with a lot of anticipation meanwhile my classmates stayed up until late to finish a project. I never went to bed later than 12 pm during my University years, not even during finals. Today I will give you some of my tips to get good marks whilst avoiding last minute study sessions.

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Hey guys, I’m going to be writing a guest article for this month and I’m so excited to do it because I have been watching Rose’s videos and posts on Instagram for a very long time (I’m a huge fan of Ways To Study) and this is such a good opportunity to talk about how her tips has been working on my daily study sessions.

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Studying with a baby isn’t as easy as some make it out to be, but it is doable. I’m a young momma of one, a little boy who was 8 weeks old when I started studying my full time bachelors degree. At first many people told me that I wouldn’t be able to do it, I’d fail classes and most of all I’d be leaving my baby with someone who I didn’t know. Well, at least one of those was true.

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