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Are you getting ready to go back to school? Here are a few tips to help you out.

1. Be organised

Before starting school ensure you have all the books, folders and copies you need. Don’t leave it to the night before as this will lead to unnecessary stress. Make sure you label everything as you don’t want to have the expense of buying new things.

2. Be prepared.

Don’t leave it until the week before you’re exams to get your notes organised. Prepare in advance and get your folders and notes organised at the beginning of the year so you have plenty of time to study and be confident in your exams.

3. Set up a study space at home.

Make sure you have a designated study space at home that will get you in the study/homework mood. Have everything you need from highlighters to revision timetables.

4. Make a revision timetable.

Having a retrospective revision timetable is very important. It will help you to stay consistent throughout the year. You can download your free revision timetables for all the subjects we cater for by clicking here.

5. Get into the school routine.

Nobody wants to be late on their first day of school. In order to avoid this you should try to get up a little earlier every morning leading up to the first day back so the early start won’t be too much of a shock!

Hope these tips were helpful.

– The examable team

You can access all of our free Junior Cycle notes and resources by clicking here.

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