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Have you ever made a long list of New Year’s goals only to come to the end of the year without achieving any of your goals? You’re not alone. Shirley gives tips on how to set realistic goals.
You may be wondering how to begin preparing for exams and how to survive the exam season itself. Shirley has some tips and advice on how to prepare to pass matric exams – like a boss.
Free online study guides will help you to prepare for your upcoming exams. Read this article to find out more about some online sites and apps and how they can make online studying fun.
Instead of asking teachers and NBT invigilators about what to expect from the NBTs, Janine asked students, who have written the tests, about their experiences.
If you would like to study in 2018, the first thing you need to do is be aware of the 2018 application dates so you can apply to an institution or ten. The earlier you submit your application, the better your chances of getting into the institution of your choice.
Are you struggling with Maths? Don’t worry. Help is here. Hannah breaks down 10 ways you can improve your Maths mark. Make sure you check it out, because Maths is pretty important for university applications.
Want the low down on all degrees, what careers they lead to, what subjects to take and what your salary might be one day? This is the place to be. We give you all of the information you could possibly need when applying at university.
Decisions about choosing a career or school subjects have you confused? Here we give you the careers of the future and what you can study to get involved with these careers.
For matrics, this is the closing ceremony of your high school career. Time to prep for the exams. Working through past papers is a solid way to study for trials and finals.
Getting a Matric certificate outside of high school might seem impossible, but it’s easier than you realise. In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about completing Matric outside of high school.
We created this tutorial series to make choosing a degree or career path MUCH easier for you. We know how difficult it can be to choose what to do with your future. We’ve been in the same boat which is why we want to help you with your choices.
Does your school work tend to take a back seat? If you’re failing a test here, and forgetting homework there, and you’re just not doing well at school, don’t start identifying yourself as the person who will suck at studying.
Worried about how you’re going to check your matric results on the 5th of January 2017? We have each method explained here, so that you don’t need to worry.
There are various ways to write a CV, so if you’re looking for instructions on how to write your CV precisely- then keep looking. While this article can’t tell you exactly how your CV should look, it can provide you with some helpful tips and downfalls to avoid.
Taking a year off after Matric to pursue travel or work opportunities can be an incredible experience, but is it right for you? Here are 5 gap year pros and cons to help you decide.