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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Ever since I found out about anime in 2007 I wanted to learn Japanese. Unfortunately, I could only start it almost ten years later. A lot of people start learning new languages late in life for several different reasons. Some do it for professional matters, others because they want to explore a different culture fully and others just because they love challenges. For this last part I may assure you: learning a new language once you are older is something extremely challenging, something that if you don’t put all your heart into it, simply won’t happen. But just because it is tricky, it doesn’t mean it will be painful or even impossible. Learning a new language is one of the most rewarding experiences I have come across in my life. I know I haven’t done much yet but beginning to learn Japanese only two years ago changed my perception about a lot in life. It not only led me to learn so much more than a language, but made me capable of better understanding a culture and its intrinsic mysteries, besides leading me to meet new wonderful people. This is why I want to share some tips on how to study a new language and keep your focus.

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