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  • We'll all be there at some point - the dreaded exam season. Making sure you know how to revise correctly will make all the difference to your final grade. This article will show you how to succeed.

    The Best Ways to Revise for Exams

    The Best Ways to Revise for Exams

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  • One of your most important undertakings to fulfill your academic career and goals is to take the ACT test. A personalized ACT study program can help you pass and ace your test, enabling you to have better options for a more quality college education.

    7 Practical Steps for Your Personalized ACT Study Program

    7 Practical Steps for Your Personalized ACT Study Program

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  • While most people experience some anxiety during exams, too much could affect your concentration and performance. Take steps to reduce test anxiety and achieve exam success.

    7 Tips to Successfully Overcome Test Anxiety

    7 Tips to Successfully Overcome Test Anxiety

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  • Many IELTS test takers often wonder whether the British Council or IDP test is easier. This confusion is often found among the test takers in Asian countries like India, Pakistan etc.

    IDP or British Council? Which Is Easier?

    IDP or British Council? Which Is Easier?

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  • The ability to pass exams and tests is a requirement for most jobs these days. Learn how to make the most of your revision time. Here are some study tips to equip you for success. Work smarter, not harder.

    How to Pass Exams: Study Tips for Success

    How to Pass Exams: Study Tips for Success

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  • Studying doesn't have to be a grueling process. Use these tips to study smarter, instead of harder.

    How to Study Smart, Not Hard

    How to Study Smart, Not Hard

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  • Students’ test scores are a big deal because they often determine how much funding a school receives, or how likely the school will continue to recruit quality students. What factors affect how high a student scores?

    Factors That Affect Students' Test Scores

    Factors That Affect Students' Test Scores

    by Megan Machucho0

  • Reading can be stressful, especially during timed tests. This article explains five tips to help students pass difficult reading tests. I also explain what to do before and during a test.

    Top 5 Tips for Taking Reading Tests

    Top 5 Tips for Taking Reading Tests

    by Kayla Sulpizio0

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