Sorted by:  

Self-Bribery and Rewards Can Improve Your Study Focus

It can be very difficult to get down to studying if your mind wanders or you’re hungry or just plain bored. It’s easy to get distracted by email or Youtube. It can help your concentration if you build [more…]

How to Smartly Schedule Your Study Time

As a student trying to study, you can get carried away by planning. Some people turn it into an art form, and a substitute for action. However, practical planning your study, doing things at the best and [more…]

Big Study Projects Need Big Plans

Big projects, like research or experiments that you are going to write up as a dissertation or thesis, need long term study skills planning built in and a good deal of flexibility. For example, you might [more…]

Tutor Feedback Is a Tool to Make Your College Writing Better

Your tutor should give you feedback comments on your work so that you know what to improve and how to improve your study skills to achieve it. You tutor should also have a record of their comments so that [more…]

Allow Reflection Time and Self-Criticism after Each Study Session

Always leave some reflection time after each study session, especially if you are writing. Sleep on it and reread what you have written the next day. In that way, you can be your own critic. Some parts [more…]

How to Refine Your Reading Skills to Study for College Classes

While studying, you will always have a lot of reading and if you don’t keep your objectives clearly in mind, you can get sidetracked by some interesting but irrelevant information which is outside the [more…]

How to Use the Internet to Find Study Materials

Finding recommended texts to study can be a challenge. The Internet can be particularly helpful in sourcing recommended or helpful reading texts. Try these ways of finding what you need: [more…]

Medical School Entry Tests: UKCAT and BMAT

Many medical schools require applicants to sit the UKCAT or BMAT as part of their selection procedures. Familiarity with the kind of questions you’ll face in these tests is crucial to scoring well. [more…]

Fast-Tracking the Medical School Entry Course

An increasing number of graduates want to study medicine. You can opt to apply for the undergraduate medical courses or you can apply for accelerated ‘fast-track’ graduate-entry courses instead. Accelerated [more…]

The UK Medical School Application Timeline

Every year, around 22,000 people apply to study at UK medical schools. Less than 8,000 are accepted. Getting in requires research, preparation, dedication and good personal insight. This flowchart outlines [more…]

Deciding Which Medical School Is Right for You

Selecting the medical school that’s right for you can be a difficult decision. All UK medical schools offer an excellent education and well-rounded university experience but they’re not interchangeable [more…]

Structuring Your UCAS Personal Statement

Medical schools want candidates with excellent academic records who have realistic views of a career in medicine. They need people who are mature enough to know their own strengths and limitations, and [more…]

How to Make Money while in College

Being a student at university can be a costly venture, both on your time and on your pocketbook. Staying in and skimping on the groceries to save money can be a strain on your sanity. Use your extra time [more…]

What Is Business Efficiency?

An effective strategy for implementing change in your business means making the choices and adopting the tools and processes that generate the best results at the [more…]

Planning Your UK Nursing School Application

Getting into nursing is very competitive. To improve your chances of success you need to research nursing, demonstrate commitment and show motivation. Preparing your application to the highest standard [more…]

What’s Involved in a Nursing Career?

When applying to UK nursing school, you’re expected to have researched nursing. The term ‘nursing’ is used liberally by the public and the media as a collective way of describing the many disciplines of [more…]

Choosing the Right University for Your UK Nursing Course

With over 68 universities to choose from in the UK, finding the right one for you can be quite a challenge. Do your research to ensure success and a happy education. Before you decide, attend open days [more…]

Perfecting Your Personal Statement for Your UK Nursing School Application

Being the ideal nursing candidate isn’t all about being the best academic student. The admissions tutors are looking for candidates who also demonstrate a high level of personal and professional aptitude [more…]

Winning at UK Nursing School Assessments and Interviews

All candidates who show potential on their application form undertake some face-to-face assessments before being offered a place at university. It’s crucial to score well at these assessments to increase [more…]

Get Into UK Nursing School For Dummies Cheat Sheet

With the right approach and preparation you can give yourself a head start applying to UK nursing school. This Cheat Sheet gives you the key things to know about the application timeline, choosing the [more…]

Literature Terms to Study for the Miller Analogies Test (MAT)

The Miller Analogies Test or MAT tests your knowledge through analogies. In order to do well on MAT literature analogies, you need to master the basics of literary terminology, among other things. [more…]

Top Ten Ways to Fight off MAT Test-Related Anxiety

Taking the Miller Analogies Test is important, but you needn’t let a little last-minute anxiety derail the effort you’ve made preparing for the MAT test. Here are ten tips for fighting any anxiety you [more…]

Ten Ways to Make the Miller Analogies Test Work for You

The MAT (Miller Analogies Test) is just one of several tools in your graduate school admissions toolbox. The MAT enables graduate schools to compare you to other MAT test takers — it’s not the whole picture [more…]

Physics Topics to Study for the Miller Analogies Test (MAT)

Mass, velocity, acceleration — yep, it’s time to review all the physics you learned in high school and prepare for the MAT (Miller Analogies Test). For the MAT, getting familiar with physics doesn’t entail [more…]

General Science Topics to Study for the Miller Analogies Test (MAT)

Science is so broad that there are a variety of sub-disciplines. The MAT also tests sciences like astronomy and ecology, and although these kinds of analogies are more rare, it’s still a good idea to memorize [more…]


Sign Up for RSS Feeds

Education & Languages
Win $500. Enter Now.