Getting good grades at school is possible for everyone with these modern study skills and techniques. They can be implemented within minutes and can instantly improve your academic potential.
This course on its own will not guarantee success – you need to be committed to implementing the techniques and modifying them for your personal situation. Your approach to studying, though, will no longer be a barrier.
No matter what subject you are studying, these efficient techniques can improve your school grades.
This video discusses why having 100 reasons to succeed is such a powerful motivator when it comes to achieving a goal you have set for yourself.
This video shows and explains why imagining, and writing down the good and bad ending can be an incredibly powerful motivator, which prevents you from procrastinating, and makes you try your hardest when it comes to achieving exceptional grades.
All of the Motivation power point slides, so that you may revise the information without having to re-watch the lectures again.
This lecture is a must watch, as it covers key terminology such as passive and active ways of learning, and the most efficient ways to learn, and retain information in the long term.
This lecture discusses why studying in 45 minute 'chunks' is one of the most efficient ways to study, and organise your time.
This lecture shows you how to use a 'chunking timetable', which is specially designed to implement the most effective ways of retaining information in the long term using active learning techniques.
This lecture explains why you should strongly consider hand writing your notes during class and when your studying, instead of typing your notes up on a computer.
This lecture discusses the benefits of listening to classical styled music before and during study.
This lecture explains why it is vital that you learn to say no when faced with a request that could sidetrack you from studying, and the best ways to say no when faced with this dilemma.
This lecture explains why multitasking negatively affects your grades in the long run, and suggests some ways that you can avoid sub-conciously multitasking.
All of the effectively retain learning power point slides, so that you may revise the information without having to re-watch the lectures again.
This lecture explains why it is strongly encouraged that you ask your teachers for extra practice work throughout your subjects.
This lecture explains why you must ask your teachers for feedback on all your practice work, and some of the common mistakes that are fixed as a result of asking for feedback.
This lecture explains the vast benefits of actively participating in class discussions, and how it can put you ahead of your fellow peers.
All of the 'get the most out of your classes/lectures' power point slides, so that you may revise the information without having to re-watch the lectures again.
This lecture discusses the benefits of preparing for your assessments/exams as soon as possible. It also discusses effective ways of revising the content.
This lecture explains why you should mimic exam conditions when you are completing practice exams.
This lecture reveals an effective way to maximise the marks you can obtain in an 'unfinishable exam'.
This lecture reveals an effective way to use your limited reading time efficiently, by using the power of the subconscious mind.
All of the 'preparing for assessments/exams' power point slides, so that you may revise the information without having to re-watch the lectures again.
This lecture explains how you could be eligible for special consideration if you faced uncontrollable circumstances that have affected your ability to study.
Matthew Grant is currently a Bachelor of Arts student at the University of Melbourne, the number 1 university in Australia, and ranked 33 in the world by THE Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2014-2015.
When Matthew was in High School, he found that he was not achieving the grades needed to get into the University course he wanted (Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne). He procrastinated regularly, was stressed and unmotivated, and constantly forgot what was taught in class. Knowing that he could not get into the course he dreamed of getting into, he spent hours upon hours researching and attending workshops that costed hundreds of dollars on various study techniques that could help improve his grades.
After modifying and implementing these study techniques, Matthew saw a significant increase in his grades and academic performance. When Matthew received his study scores, he found that not only could he get a guaranteed spot at the University of Melbourne, but he also had the score to guarantee a spot in law, commerce and engineering in the top universities in Australia.
With this academic success, Matthew now wants to share the same study techniques with Current School students who are in the same situation that he was in just a few years ago. Matthew wants to create Study Skill courses that are not only of high quality, but are highly affordable and easy to implement; For Matthew wants to see all Students achieve the grades they desire and deserve.