Take responsibility for your own work and progress throughout your coursework.
Timetable in regular revision to save you anxiety and time nearer the exams.
Only you are familiar with your particular set of circumstances, background and the reasons for studying.
So it really is up to you to determine your priorities and plan accordingly for all subjects.
It may be that you find certain parts of your course more challenging than others.
Again the onus falls on you to do something about it. Maybe you need support and advice, but you are the person in charge!
Do some research, ask questions — results matter in an ever challenging world.
Similarly it is up to you to develop a strategy for deciding the times you should study.
It would be easy to be prescriptive and recommend solutions that may work for some, but not others.
But ultimately, in the long run, it is better that you learn to do the right things — for yourself. What really matters is the importance of education.
Our aim is to provide a framework that will teach your child how to do that — without making demands on your time.
They will learn to organise, timetable, and plan for learning any subject — enabling you to monitor and measure their progress.
Not only will this save you money, but as research shows, also guarantee your child’s future learning success.
We’ll soon have the instruction pack available on this site for you to access — check back soon for further details…
Comments or questions are welcome.