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How to get straight A's!!!!
by Shivy The Junior Cert — 3d ago 19

I really want to get straight A's in my exam i am motivated but i dont know how to plan my study properly and efficiently. I would reall appreciate it if someone could give me some guiders on how study especially on T.G, English, Geography, Buisness and Irish.


19 Comments
Tsunn — 08/10/16
study all day everyday
eve333 — 08/10/16
no do not study all day everyday don't cram. I use exam papers and websites like duolingo for languages, quizlet for keywords and of course studyclix. if your writing long answers in geography or something use fishbone diagrams. hope this helps good luck
marywballyvee — 08/10/16
I think that a bit of study every day and at any free period is the answer to learning the most information for your Junior Cert. Past exam papers are brilliant as they are examples as to how the questions will be phrased in the exam. It is a very good and essential habit to get used to them to be well prepared and fluent in 'exam-question' language.
Eimear_d — 09/10/16
Hi :) Maybe these two links might help you out: https://www.studyclix.ie/Blog/Show/Stop-wasting-your-time-studying_dot_-Just-study-better_dot_- https://www.studyclix.ie/Blog/Show/How-to-make-the-perfect-study-plan They should help you with your study for the JC :) Eimear
Studygirlxox — 09/10/16
This website might help you with time management and organising yourself. I think study is all about pacing yourself. I am in your situation and at school we had a study course for JC so check out this link! http://www.studentenrichment.ie/study-tips
marywballyvee — 09/10/16
ok tks
A-123St — 11/10/16
@eve333 is Quizlet basically flashcards?
Shivy — 14/10/16
Thanks
Charles_5165 — 19/03/17
use exams papers theyd ask similar questions
naxmax9 — 19/03/17
It's very very hard to get straight A's. That being said a Guy In My Year got straight A's in his mocks!! Just study a lot and keep doing exam papers.
clionamac — 24/03/17
Eve333 what do you mean by fishbone diagrams
TheIrishNinjas — 24/03/17
Whatever you do, DO NOT CRAM UNLESS ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY. For normal study, I'd say use exam papers, websites such as Cram.com for flash cards and (of course) Studyclix has some good resources.
TheIrishNinjas — 24/03/17
(Also yes, I get the irony of my advice and one of the sites I recommended being Cram.com XD)
marywballyvee — 24/03/17
Whats cram.com
TheIrishNinjas — 24/03/17
It's an online flashcard maker.
marywballyvee — 24/03/17
interesting and thanks. i might investigate it
kellyxoxo29 — 24/03/17
try using the less stress more success books
Saudking — 25/03/17
thanks
seb3 — 3d ago
i am screwed because i have long term memory loss so i have to cram or i won'��t remember
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