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Burnout: How To Avoid it Before The Leaving Cert

Why Students Burnout For most people doing the Leaving Cert is one of the most stressful things that they will do in their lives to that point. At the start of the year, some students go all out from the start and burnout by Christmas. They don’t put in the required work for their mocks […]

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Best Study Apps for Studying For The Leaving Cert

In today’s world, it can be incredibly hard to concentrate on the work in front of you. Constantly we are bombarded with social media posts, stories, news updates, snaps from our friends, DMs and most importantly – memes. But with the Leaving Cert always looming (no matter whether you’re in 5th or 6th year you’re […]

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Advice To 6th Year Me

Welcome to 6th year – the year of school that really matters (if your teachers haven’t already told you). This time it is not like going into 5th year (if you are read our advice for 5th years) you know what is going on, you are now the 6th years you were scared of when […]

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Getting A H1 in The Leaving Cert With Calculated Grades For 2021

Please let me preface this by saying I am not a part of the SEC. I have no say if the Leaving Cert will be cancelled for 2021. This is merely my opinion that it is likely that it will be cancelled again. While the government has come out to say that the 2021 Leaving […]

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6 Tips On How To Make A Study Plan For The Leaving Cert

There is an old adage that says “Fail to plan, plan to fail”. Therefore, it is important for any person doing the Leaving Cert to have a study plan in place. This will help to get the most out of your study time. Have a physical study plan/ timetable printed out This was the backbone […]

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Advice to 5th Year Me

I think a lot of people when they are going into 5th year are coming from two different worlds. One just had their shortest summer ever after sitting the Junior Cert (well that was in pre-COVID times…) in 3rd year. The other just spent the last year mostly dossing but that’s not always a bad […]

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