Talent 100 Mentor
Majid Matta
Teaching Experience
5 Years
Learning Centre
Bachelor of Education / Arts (Secondary: Humanities) with double major (Ancient History / English)
TESOL (IEC and Primary / Secondary) University of Sydney

My top 5 study tips

1Spend at least five minutes composing your study / summary notes per subject after each lesson you have participated in.

2Understand that all individuals retain information differently. Trial and error to find the best way to format your notes. Examples include visual, auditory, literary etc.

3Your syllabus is your best friend! Ensure your notes are written clearly and succinctly under the respective syllabus and curriculum outcomes.

4Study notes require multiple drafts - they should start off more detailed and overtime, become more succinct in nature. Although you may engage with peers to write your notes and share ideas, they should be written in your own words to best understand the content at hand.

5Don't give up! Studying is a long process but you should take at least a twenty minute break throughout your revision. Your brain deserves some rest time!

Great futures begin with great HSC results

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