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Neuroplasticity

What is neuroplasticity, and why should we care? If you’ve just hopped onto the StudyTime website,...

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Why Failure is Okay

Why Failure is Okay

Failure’s often seen as a bad thing, but sometimes it can actually be good. We share how you can turn failure into success.

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The Science of Habit-Building

Why are Habits Important? “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend...

A Crash Course for Good Research

High school is all about learning, which is kind of why your teachers exist....

Why Critical Thinking Is So Important

In an age where information can be spread so easily, as GC’s (good citizens),...

Dealing with Multiple Assessments

Having a mile-long list of things you need to get done is one of the worst...

Neuroplasticity

What is neuroplasticity, and why should we care? If you’ve just hopped onto...

Types of Learners Don’t Exist

Have you ever seen a really good diagram in class, and it just made so much...

How to Finally “Get” Maths, Once and for All

There’s nothing I hated at high school more than Maths.  Not only were my...

Recognition Versus Recall

What’s the Difference? If we were to insert the Burger King logo here and...

How to Study with Past Exams

Attempting past exam papers seems like a solid use of your study time when you...

Writing in the Real World

Do you groan internally when your English teacher announces that you need to...

How to Effectively Study with a Past Paper

So you’ve decided that since exams are coming up, it might be time to do some...

9 Study Hacks When You’re Unmotivated AF

When I was in high school, I knew exactly how much  I was supposed to...

Why You Might Be Feeling Unmotivated

We’ve made it through alert levels 3 and 4. Now we’re in level 2, we’re back...

How to Study with Past Exams

Attempting past exam papers seems like a solid use of your study time when you...

Dealing with Multiple Assessments

Having a mile-long list of things you need to get done is one of the worst...

The Science of Habit-Building

Why are Habits Important? “How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend...

How To Make (Good) Goals for 2020

Goal-making is a notoriously common task you’re asked to do at the beginning...

Neuroplasticity

What is neuroplasticity, and why should we care? If you’ve just hopped onto...

The Never-ending Capacity of the Brain

The human brain is a mysterious beast. To some students, it’s a vital organ...

What To Do When Your Goals Aren’t Going To Plan

We all know that sinking feeling you get when you realise that you aren’t...

3 Ways to Study for Your Drama Exam

Before you read further… Everyone loves a little bit of drama. We’re all...

7 Things to Remember Before Results Are Out

NCEA results come out tomorrow.  Whether you’re actively dreading it or...

Why Failure is Okay

Failure’s often seen as a bad thing, but sometimes it can actually be good. We share how you can turn failure into success.

How to Juggle the Internal Rush

It’s mid-year(ish), internals are coming in hot as you get into the swing of...

How to Analyse NCEA Poetry in 6 Steps

If you’re doing English, there’s a 100% chance you’ll be asked to...

Navigating Life After High School

So you’ve made it to your final year of high school. Amidst the final sports...

The Study Method You’re Forgetting: Retrieval Methods

Retrieval methods refer to the ability to access information from your noggin...

Maintaining New Habits

Introducing a new habit can be tough. It’s too easy to get demotivated, you...

What To Do When Your Goals Aren’t Going To Plan

We all know that sinking feeling you get when you realise that you aren’t...

How To Get Back Into the School Year

We all know the feeling. One minute you’re lying on the beach with your...