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Title: Study Skills: A Pupil's Survival Guide
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Type: Book
Author(s): Ostler, Christine
Publisher: Ammonite Books (Jul 1996)
Pages: 72
Binding: Paperback
Language: English

Making the successful transition from formal schooling to tertiary education is the key to enjoying life at college or in the sixth form. There's more to be done, more note-taking; more research and more coursework. Organising your time efficiently allows you to meet deadlines confidently.

ISBN: 1 869 866 10X



Amazon reviews
by robinkellyjersey: Disorganised daughter
I borrowed this book from our library (where it had been donated by the local Dyslexia Association) and asked my 14 yr old daughter (not dyslexic) to read it as her school report was full of comments like "needs to be more oganised"! She has now suggested that I buy her a copy which must be a good result. I found the book full of helpful tips on learning styles, how to get organised for school & homework, note taking, essay writing and revision. With the GCSE years about to start, I'm glad we have this to help with the planning.
by anonymous customer: Best practice
An excellent book for dyslexics and non-dyslexics alike up to GCSE level: practical; can be used in the classroom; every teacher should have one! Also Advanced Study Skills by same author (with Frances Ward) - published by SEN publishing - excellent for AS, A level and advanced VCE students. A must have.
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