5 Tips For Balancing UCAT with Year 12 Studies

Preparing for the UCAT and Year 12 exams simultaneously can be a daunting task for many high school students. The biggest hurdle many students around Australia face when trying to study for the UCAT is balancing it with their Year 12 exams, no matter which state they’re in – whether you’re sitting the HSC, VCE, […]

Verbal Reasoning – The Top 3 Tips From an Experienced UCAT Tutor

Verbal Reasoning is an important part of the UCAT (University Clinical Aptitude Test), which is a requirement for admission to many medical and health science programs in Australia and New Zealand. Verbal Reasoning tests your ability to understand and interpret written information, to evaluate arguments, and to apply your knowledge to solve problems. VR is […]

How Parents Can Motivate Children to Learn

Image source Children are naturally curious and make great learners, but mere classroom education isn’t going to be enough for children to truly enjoy the process of learning. Learning is an aspect of our daily lives, and it’s something that never ceases, no matter how old we get. There’s always something we can learn. Parents […]

Finding Motivation to Study at Home

Studying at home can be challenging for anyone. There are so many distractions around you, and it’s so easy to just lie down on your bed, or watch just one more episode of that show you’re binging, or just keep scrolling through social media. But as a student, your studies are important and especially when […]

How to transform your child into a book worm!

Reading is a great habit that can be inculcated in kids from a very young age. Not only is the ability to read fluently an important skill that your kids will need to excel in school, but reading and comprehension are also valuable real-world skills that they are going to need even later on in […]

5 ways to optimise your child’s spelling at home

Coming home on a Monday afternoon ready to start their homework. Pulling out mountains of books and worksheets, ready to face the biggest challenge yet – learning close to 25 new words before the big test on Friday. While many students look forward to this moment, others find it overwhelming and d-a-u-n-t-i-n-g! For some, children […]