A new year, a fresh start

It’s September and the start of a new academic year. It’s the perfect time to set some new year’s resolutions when it comes to school and study!

  1. Concentrate on the positive and going forward. If you had a bad year last year then it’s important to reflect on what happened and how you could improve but you shouldn’t get too bogged down in what went wrong.
  2. Think about where you want to be by the end of the academic year and what you need to do to get there. You might need to spend more time studying or work one to one with private tutoring in Manchester.
  3. Take some time to plan. One of the biggest ‘mistakes’ students make (and we hear this all the time!) is that they don’t plan. We often hear about students doing homework on the bus or cramming for exams at the last moment. And then the results are disappointing. If you plan study then you know what your commitments are, you can stop worrying about them and have more time for fun.
  4. Do you have balance? If you have a heavy academic year coming up then what do you do to relieve the pressure? Think about hobbies or activities that will give your body and brain space to recover.
  5. Learn to share. If a problem comes up then tackle it quickly – find someone you can confide it, a parent, a teacher, a friend or a tutor. If you leave an issue to fester during the year then it’s much harder to sort out.

Here’s wishing a successful academic year for all our students across Manchester, Stockport and Cheshire. If you’d like to know more about our one to one private tutoring in Manchester, Didsbury, Sale, Altrincham and Trafford, Wilmslow and local areas then drop us a line.

 

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