Learning how to retain information The most effective note-taking skills involve active rather than passive learning. Active learning places the responsibility for learning on the learner. Research has found that, for learning to be effective, students need to be doing things with the material they are engaging with reading, writing, discussing, solving problems.
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It will be updated as often as possible and I will always welcome the submission of resources that have worked for others. If students would like clarification or additional explanation of particular topics they can use the contact form on this page to request it A Prezi is a fancy new powerpoint format that is more interactive and allows greater exploration of the information.
This is a fantastic site for revising past exam questions on various topics within all subjects in the Junior Cert exam. The questions and the Marking Schemes are included. Here are the relevant links to this section on the site The presentation included below sets out the basic reasons why and how you should study - but it is worthless without practice!
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These notes will also be useful for other competitive exams like banking PO, SSC, state civil services exams and so on. This article talks about the rise and spread of Jainism in ancient India.
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A practice essay on "Explain the relationship between evolution and biodiversity." Discusses the overarching ideas about the Diversity of Life, thus useful for note taking.