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    • T.I.P.S T.I.P.S is an acronym for Techniques, Ideas, Principles and Strategies. Follow how to use these four powerful tools to ensure excellent revision and to become the top of your class. T- Techniques : A series of methods for accomplishing a desired result. There are methods you can use to get the best results during your studies. i. Make your own revision notes, “ HOW?” you may ask. ii. On A4 sheets you can simplify your notes with  Bullet points  Mind maps  Patterned notes  Mnemonics iii. Organise your notes, carefully and neatly in a file. • Write a checklist of the topics that you want to revise for the day. • When you feel you have revised that topic well enough, give it a tick on your list. • At the end of the day you’ll have a line of ticks, so you’ll be able to see the progress you’re making. • Reward yourself for progress. • Don’t make your list too long, remember it’s better to revise a small section and fully understand it, than to rush through a load of topics and not have the in- depth knowledge required. • Remember don’t be too harsh on yourself if you fail to revise all of the topics on your list, stay focused and organised. I- Ideas: Make sure you capture the main idea on each topic, in your revision notes. Note, a shallow approach to understanding an idea, requires minimum effort, while a deep approach to understanding the same idea is, striving to understand that same
    • idea thoroughly. Deep approach learning involves asking questions: a. What? b. Why? c. When? d. Where? e. How? f. What next? Link your ideas in such a way that, it is easy to remember. You can use funny stories, rhyming words, objects or even body parts depending on your LEARNING STYLE to help develop a sharp and focused memory. Be creative in your ability to link ideas. P-Principles: Generate the same results time and time again, no matter who, when, where or how it is applied. Once you apply yourself to learning, success will inevitably follow. One of your principles should be to have a disciplined, organised and daily study time. Fundamentally a routine. Studies have shown that, there’s no substitute for regular daily study and learning of any kind becomes incredibly easy, if you maintain a steady pace from start to finish. It could be little as 30minutes. The clue is to make it a habit, and then studying will become automatic. What an excellent way it will be, to learn, when you do not wait till the last minute. You can easily cut out the stress that goes with not revising on time. “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence therefore is not an act, but a habit.” Aristotle. “Everyday do something that will inch you closer to a better tomorrow.” Doug Firebaugh.
    • S -Strategies: Game plan, to achieve the desired results. These strategies once followed will produce drastic and effective results.  Write down the main points on each topic.  Read out loud or record on tape, reason being you will listen to your own voice more than another’s.  Cover the original revision file and try to remember what you have learnt  Tell someone what you have learnt. It could be either a parent, sibling, friend, colleague or even a teacher. This will no doubt, help boost your memory, your ability to share your ideas and increase your confidence .  Remember to take 30 minutes of learning bites, with 5 to 10 minute breaks. Your brain will absorb the information better this way without you feeling exhausted and having days where you don’t feel like learning. Remember the key to daily revision? We will take a look at the acronym for tiredness, but before that, let’s get finished with our strategies.  Repeat the above steps many times and then finally find questions to answer on your revised topic. Find questions from textbooks, the internet, past questions, you can ask your teacher for past questions too. The more questions you answer, the more familiar you become with exam style questions.  Effectively organise your study i. Step by step ii. Lesson by lesson iii. Daily iv. Weekly v. Monthly vi. Short term vii. Long term
    •  Practise; revise using flash cards and drilling of basic maths everyday. Keeps your memory alive! Here are some practical ways of memorising your notes, using mnemonics (pronounced with a silent m). These will help you enjoy your studying time. They make your notes fun to study. MNEMONICS Mnemonic is a memory aide or a device you can create to help in memorisation. It comes in a variety of forms and is highly beneficial for memorising in a particular order. Mnemonics are my speciality and I encourage my students to use them as often as they can. Practical examples of the usage of mnemonics in: Spellings and Grammar-The spelling of Arithmetic may be memorised as A rat in tim’s home might eat tim’s ice cream. With the spelling of dessert, which most people spell as desert, you can memorise that, there is double s, because you always want a double portion of it. I always tell students with spelling difficulties to generate sub- words from the main words, example the word believe has a lie in it, likewise tomorrow has a name in it Tom and row, Happen has pen, present has sent to name a few. Mathematics: In Trigonometry, we use SOH, CAH, TOA to help memorise the calculations of SINE, COSINE and TANGENT respectively. SINE, which is calculated as OPPOSITE divided by the HYPOTENUSE, is memorised as SOH. COSINE, calculated as ADJACENT divided by the HYPOTENUSE, is memorised as CAH.
    • TANGENT, calculated as OPPOSITE divided by ADJACENT, is memorised as TOA. Music: On the Treble Clef we have the scales Every Good Boy Deserves Favour for the notes E, G, B, D, and F. Bible: These books in the Bible - Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians can be memorised as Go Eat Pop Corn. Physics: To memorise the light spectrum (rainbow colours) in their correct order, we use Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain for Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet. Biology: The 7 life processes that all living things undergo can be memorised as M Movement R Respiration S Sensitivity G Growth R Reproduction E Excretion N Nutrition Mrs. Gren will always help you to memorise your seven life processes. Go ahead and use this incredible memorisation tool to your advantage. Device your own mnemonics to help you memorise anything you find challenging to remember. The true art of memory is the art of attention. Samuel Johnson Bill Gates has said in his profound quote: “ We all learn best in our own ways. Some people do better studying one subject at a time, while some do better studying three things at once. Some people do best by studying in
    • structural, linear way while others do best by jumping around, surround a subject rather than traversing it. Some people prefer to learn by manipulating models and others by reading.” The 10 Exam Secrets Of Highly Successful Teens reveals the secrets of those who do well in your class. You know that you need to get “A”s, but do not how to revise effectively, without stressing yourself. You are not even sure where to start your revision. Does that sound like you? Of course I bet it does. This book exposes the success codes of the highly successful teen and how they use the following to their advantage. Do you want to know how to;  Reprogramme your mindset to success?  Eat foods that can boost your brain’s memory?  How to discover your unique learning style and use it to score high marks in every test and exam?  Positively affirm yourself to success even on bad days?  Start developing a sharp memory to remember everything you have learnt and have been taught with little effort?  Stay fit and sound to ensure you can learn without feeling tired, sleepy or sick?  Learn how to stay emotionally balanced - not worried about exams, test, self confidence or peer pressure?  Use powerful learning tools to help you store your learnt material in your long-term memory?  Practical Examination tips?  Let your friends beg you, to help them get the same high exam marks like you?  Be the top of your class in any subject?  Ask and receive super memory? Download your copy immediately visit www.successfulteens.co.uk and get the following bonuses; Solved past questions  Algebra  Quadratic Equations
    • For a limited time only. I always wish I had access to this information when I was still in school because it definitely would have made me the top of my class, however I am glad it has been revealed now to the millions of teens out there. Most teens go to school without knowing why, but this book will get them thinking in the right way and declutter their minds to nothing, but pure success. Do you want to find the purpose of schooling? I know you may not be enjoying school as much as you should or even hate it completely, just as I did. This book will ignite your passion for studying and help you get a better understanding of school whilst ensuring you discover your true potential in life. It will take the stress out of your studies. Want to find out more? Visit www.successfulteens.co.uk