Study Skills

posted 21 Jun 2010, 04:14 by Carla Taylor   [ updated 26 Apr 2016, 02:37 by W Plain ]
When it comes to study time everybody needs a little bit of help. Here you can find some links on some websites that might be helpful.



http://www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/70972.html 
The SQA website can be really helpful. On it you can find past papers for subjects, specimen papers for subjects, the exam timetable and some materials that can help with revision like a study guide.

http://www.ka-net.org.uk/ 
Our school website is full of stuff that can aid you with revision. Just go onto the subject your studying and choose the level that you are studying at and see what is available. However not every subject has stuff on the website that can aid revision, so go and ask your teacher and that might be able to recommend a website or maybe a book that can help you.

http://capitadiscovery.co.uk/eastlothian/ 
Here you can find a large collections of books that are on offer. You can search for a book through a name, author or genre. But when you find the book you are looking for, you can see where it is available and can reserve the book if it is available. If your not sure on how to reserve and login then just go to the schools library and get a leaflet, that gives you a step by step guide on how to use the catalogue.

http://scholar.hw.ac.uk/ 
This is a programme offered by Herriot Watt University. It is a collection of materials for different subjects. It has a large amount of resources with helpful tutorials and tasks that can aid your learning. 



Comments