Wednesday, 26 April 2017

HOW TO EFFECTIVELY STUDY IN YOUR BULLET JOURNAL

 Hello everyone, welcome to a brand new Bullet Journal post, which I am so excited for. As you know, this blog is heavily BuJo focused as you can see from it's own tab and the fact that all of my most popular posts are BuJo related. Did I mention they are also my favourites to write?
This post is going to be all about what the bullet journal is fundamentally for: keeping you organised. You've already seen inside this particular bujo (you can see it here, if you missed it.) Today's post is 'How to Effectively Study in Your Bullet Journal.' Oh and I've included a little freebie template for you.

Now you can follow the traditional way and just write a to-do list under each day. This is totally fine but I am more visual and I like seeing the whole month there at a glance and I want to know what subject and what topic within that subject I am doing each day. Back in May/ June last year I created to spreads that helped me achieve my goals of getting into uni. If it helped me out it can definitely help you. 
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Monday, 10 April 2017

HOW TO REVISE AND GET STRAIGHT As FOR A LEVELS: SCIENCE EDITION

A- levels were hands down one of the most difficult things I have ever done in my academic life. They were so difficult and require so much work and apparently they are only getting higher. If you are studying A levels at the moment, especially Chemistry, Biology or Physics, I have a guide that will help you achieve As and Bs.

RESOURCES
Before getting into those nitty gritty, knowledgeful steps, let me first tell me what you will need.
  • Textbooks: I recommend these: Biology (AS and A2,) Chemistry (AS and A2,) and Physics (AS and A2.) These CGP books are amazing and are for every exam board. 
  • Pens: What else are you going to write with? I really recommend these, as they are great for colour coding your notes. 
  • Good Quality Paper: you can't go wrong with a Pukka Pad and these are super cheap.
Now lets get into the steps you should follow when revising to help you get those As.
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Monday, 3 April 2017

GEORGIANICOLAOU.CO.UK IS FIVE YEARS OLD!

I cannot believe I am typing this. I am so astounded that I have been writing on my tiny corner of the internet for half a decade. Saying it that way is definitely way scarier and shocking then saying five years. Honestly, I remember sitting there writing about my fourth blogger birthday like it was yesterday and my third blogger birthday like it was two days a go.
So much has changed in the past five years. I've moved house, started uni and have nearly ended my teenage years (I was fourteen when I started.) I've also grown in leaps and bounds and this past year is no exception to that statement.
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