Welcome to my blog! If you don’t know me, my name is Emily and I run the Instagram account @emily_studies! This blog is an extension of my account where I post everyday study tips, helpful printables and also advice on everything from language learning to applying for university. If you want to learn more about […]
At least for me, exams are pretty terrifying, meaning that in the weeks running up to my exams I usually find myself stressing out and constantly thinking about the worst possible outcome. Fortunately, I’ve come up with a few strategies over the years to help reduce stress and hopefully they might be able to help […]
I shared a picture of the document I’ve been used to track my studying in the run up to exams yesterday and a few of you said you’d be interested in trying it for yourselves so I thought I’d share it on here!
As university open days start to roll around, I thought I’d take the time to *try* and answer one of the big questions that students usually have when thinking about medicine. Obviously I’m no expert, but hopefully, I’ll be able to give you a few things to think about and help you on your way […]
Short & sweet blog post today – I promise I’ll be posting a longer post in the next couple of weeks or so, I just have to get my mock exams out of the way first! I made this productivity tracker printable to keep track of the time I’m spending doing various things so I […]
For those of you who are new to the community, a studygram is an Instagram account where the main focus is studying and planning. I often get questions from people who don’t know where to start when it comes to putting together their studygram so I thought I’d make this guide for anyone who was thinking […]
It’s back-to-school season which means that it’s also time for students to experience the lovely stress that comes with attending school or university! Since stress isn’t really great for you I thought I’d share some ways to alleviate the pressure of returning to studying for yet another year.
School is about to start again which means that many new Year 13 students are about to start the stressful process of applying to university. If the world of personal statements and firm choices sounds terrifying to you, don’t worry because this post should help you start at least!