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.
I was initially going to just make a post of my own advice for students starting A Levels in September but then I thought I’d share some of the tips that my followers have instead!
I got quite a few questions when I did an impromptu Q&A on Instagram so I thought I’d type up the rest of my answers instead of spamming people on my story!
A few people have recently asked me what things I recommend they should get before starting A Level so I decided to make a post about my everyday pencil case essentials!
I’ve received quite a few questions about how I make my digital notes using my iPad Pro so I put together this guide for anyone who wants to try and make notes using the same style!
For those of you who don’t know, the Nemonic printer allows you to print sticky notes from your phone via Bluetooth! I was very kindly sent one to try prior to the global release so I thought I’d share some of my favourite ways to use it!
After my Applying to Medical School Q&A, I thought it’d be fun to do another one for general study advice! I’ve tried to answer as many questions as I could but apologies if I missed yours out for one reason or another; hopefully this post will still be useful to you regardless!
I made this printable a couple of days ago whilst doing my own revision for the inorganic topics and I thought I’d share it!
Following on my exam timetable printable that I posted last week, I thought I’d upload a matching revision timetable!
It’s getting closer to exam time so I started making my revision timetable today! I made this printable to write in my exam dates but it’s undated so you could use it for revision or mocks or anything you like really!