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  • Could cleaning your room help you concentrate?

    Published 14/01/19

    Many of us remember being told to clean our rooms when we were children. Yet that favourite of parents everywhere, “Tidy room, tidy mind”,  might be a saying with a grain of truth to it.

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  • 5 Alternative Study Methods That Really Work

    Published 05/11/18

    Studying doesn’t have to be boring. Even if you’re learning a core theory for an important exam, you should try to make it fun. Procrastination is a huge problem for students at all stages, but with these alternative study methods you can flip the way you learn on its head, reignite your passion for a particular subject, and even retain information at a quicker rate.

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  • Do people still go to the library?

    Published 12/03/18

    Cambridge is home to a number of amazing libraries, Cambridge University Library being one of them. Unfortunately, modern day libraries are underappreciated by many. There are many reasons to visit your local library. Modern libraries are much more than books and quiet reading. As well as giving you access to countless books, videos and other materials for free, libraries are community hubs. From book clubs and literary discussions to celebrations marking national holidays and appearances by lecturers, poets, novelists and other experts, even the smallest library hosts an array of exciting local events.

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  • Revision Planning and Techniques

    Published 17/04/17

    It’s that time of year again… exams are quickly approaching and you need to do some serious revision. It is not always easy getting motivated to revise, what with so many distractions, but now is the time to take the initiative and get ahead of the game!

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