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1. Get organised.

1. Get organised.

Marking important dates and deadlines into a personal calendar or study plan will allow you to remain organised and set realistic revision and academic goals for the study period ahead.

A detailed study plan will also allow you to figure out what resources and help you'll need along the way, in addition to helping you juggle busy study periods around other work and life commitments.

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Before you begin studying, ensure you take the time to clean and organise your study space, (including the not so obvious areas like your computer's desktop). When picking your perfect study space, it's recommend you choose an area that receives a lot of natural light and is free from distraction...

If it's been a while since you were at school or university, your study skills may be a bit rusty. The best way to combat this is taking pressure off yourself, and starting it slow and easy. So, start with the basics and slowly master your subjects.

While setting hard goals can motivate you to achieve, it's important to keep your goals realistic and achievable.

If you're struggling to get back into the swing of studying - ask for help! Ask your seniors and teachers, they can help you get back faster.

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