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by Michael Montgomery

Author: Michael Montgomery
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: Letts Educational (December 1991)
Pages: 160 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: mobi doc azw lit

A book which is aimed at students interested in developing sound study skills. The book tackles skills such as how to write a good essay, report or dissertation and how to present a project or paper

A book which is aimed at students interested in developing sound study skills. The book tackles skills such as how to write a good essay, report or dissertation and how to present a project or paper. There are also chapters on data analysis, making notes and using libraries and other resources.

It was developed by University of Cambridge International Examinations. The examination boards Edexcel and Oxford AQA also offer their own versions of International GCSEs

In the United Kingdom, the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is an academic qualification, generally taken in a number of subjects by pupils in secondary education in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland

In the United Kingdom, the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is an academic qualification, generally taken in a number of subjects by pupils in secondary education in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. State education in Scotland does not use GCSEs; instead its Scottish Qualifications Certificate operates e exams at the equivalent level.

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A book which is aimed at students interested in developing sound study skills.

Education to GCSE level is often required of students who study for the International Baccalaureate or to GCE Advanced Level (A-level)

Education to GCSE level is often required of students who study for the International Baccalaureate or to GCE Advanced Level (A-level). GCSE exams were introduced as the compulsory school-leavers' examinations in the late 1980s (the first exams being taken in the summer of 1988) by the Conservative Party government, replacing the Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE) and GCE Ordinary Level (O-Level) examinations.

Both the study skills workshops and the online introductory study skills course are fully supported with handouts .

Both the study skills workshops and the online introductory study skills course are fully supported with handouts and practice exercises. Students are encouraged to discuss study skills problems and solutions and to practise new skills with fellow participants. There is no single formula for successful study.

The difference between a diploma and a certificate is the length of the program.

An undergraduate program is a more general program of study, focused on a certain field but not necessarily specializing in a certain topic. In contrast, a Master’s or PhD level program is considered graduate education. The difference between a diploma and a certificate is the length of the program. Both of these levels of education provide students with training for entry directly into a specific occupation.

To study A Levels, your current or pending exam results should be equivalent to or higher than GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) in at least 5 subjects and a minimum level of English equivalent to IELTS .

A study skills guide for students providing study skills tips, strategies and lessons aimed at improving study habits, reading comprehension, writing and test taking ability. But it does require desire, dedication and a lot of work. If you want learn how to become a successful student, then you've come to the right place. Active listening, reading comprehension, notetaking, stress management, time management, testing taking, and memorization are only a few of the topics addressed in our study skills guides for students.

A book which is aimed at students interested in developing sound study skills. The book tackles skills such as how to write a good essay, report or dissertation and how to present a project or paper. There are also chapters on data analysis, making notes and using libraries and other resources.