How to be an organised learnerIELTS Medical
- By Anna
At IELTS Medical we understand how difficult it may be to juggle between preparation to the IELTS exam and other commitments at home or work. This article will give a few simple tips how to organise your work better.
ORGANISE YOUR MATERIAL AFTER EACH CLASS
Yes, yes, we know – when you get home after a long English class, probably the last thing you want to do is to look at the material again. However it is very important that you have at least a quick glance at what you have done that particular day. Gather information that was important during that lesson and underline it with a colourful pen or mark it with a fun ribbon if that helps.
DO NOT PUT OFF DOING YOUR HOMEWORK FOR THE LAST MINUTE
Being up-to-date with your homework is crucial to make progress in getting ready for your IELTS exam. We do understand that sometimes it gets a bit tricky to actually remember about your homework when you have other responsibilities like taking care of your family or going to work. You have to remember that doing homework and getting feedback from your tutor allows you to correct your mistakes and learn quicker.
USE A PLANNER
It could be in paper version, it could be an app on your phone – trust me, having a planner with you is a life-saver. You can use it to remember about your classes and homework you need to do before next class.
REVISE, REVISE, REVISE
That is the magic word you have probably already heard a billion times. It is a key to a successful score at your next IELTS test. Remember to always revise before your next class. It helps you remember all that you have already learnt and in the meantime you may also come up with questions to ask your tutor regarding the material.
I hope these tips will help you stay organised doing your course with IELTS Medical. However remember that even though these tips will definitely help you along the way, the most important thing is to stay enthusiastic and motivated to learn!
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