All Junior Cert Subject Guides - How to get an A

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Getting an A isn't easy, it requires work, study and dedication! Learning how to juggle all of this and doing it all at the same time for 7+ subjects can be quite the challenge, which is why we created subject guides, written for students, by students who got As in the Junior Cert, full of tips and advice on how to get the A.

Below we've put the link to each blog/guide in one place so you can find them all easily. We hope they help you get the mark you want and deserve come September!


All Our Available Junior Cert Subject Guides

How to get an A in Junior Cert Science

How to get an A in Junior Cert Maths

How to get an A in Junior Cert Irish

How to get a Distinction in Junior Cert English

How to get an A in Junior Cert French

How to get an A in Junior Cert Spanish

How to get an A in Junior Cert Geography

How to get an A in Junior Cert History

How to get an A in Junior Cert Music

How to get an A in Junior Cert Home Ec


Get in touch if you have any questions or concerns and we'll do our very best to help. :)

Happy studying!

Eimear & the Studyclix Team


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