Not sure how to build study techniques into your routine? Our blog posts feature study tips on essential study skill strategies and how to apply them every day so that students can achieve their best possible ATAR.

How Just 1% Improvement Changes Everything

If you improve by just 1% each day, by the end of the year you will be 365% degrees ahead of where you are now.

5 Reasons You’re Not Reaching your Study Goals

Just a few simple tweaks to your study habits could help you see some marked improvement in your results – probably with less effort.

How to Overcome Failure

Poor results are common, and you are not stupid, or hopeless just because it has happened to you. All you can control is how you deal with the disappointment and use it to fuel your determination to succeed.

The Benefits of Mindfulness

Many people think of mindfulness of zoning out, but in fact it is the process of zoning in, being fully immersed in the present moment and engaging all of your attention and senses in order to heighten the experience.

5 Reasons to Stop Multitasking

We might think we are using our time more effectively when we multitask, but in fact it is less efficient and leads to increased errors.
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4 Limiting Beliefs That Are Holding You Back

Your limiting beliefs can pose the biggest obstacles to your success. Identifying, acknowledging and understanding them helps you turn them into superpowers that boost your performance and your results.

When Is The Best Time To Study?

One of the biggest challenges people face is finding the balance between their everyday “life” activities - sport, cultural activities, work, relaxing and socialising - and studying. So how – and when – can you find enough time for studying? Should you do it first thing in the morning? Lunchtime? Or later in the day?
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The Routine for Results

Success doesn’t stem directly from the amount of time invested. If you want to succeed as a student, the trick is to organise your day efficiently so that you can achieve more in less time.