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Best of 2018: your favourite study tips

Evelyn Levisohn

Jan 7, 2019

There's nothing like a glance backwards to appreciate the year that was, before leaping joyfully into the new year. 

Here's a quick round-up of your favourite (most searched for, clicked and viewed) blog posts from 2018:

#1: Techniquely Correct: The Opposite of Personification

Most of us know that if we said "the moon glared down at me through the window", it's an example of 'personification' - giving human qualities to animals or inanimate objects. But what is it called when we do the opposite, and describe people in a way that is usually reserved for animals or inanimate objects? It's useful to know, for analysing texts, writing essays and creating more texture in your own creative writing. 

#2: Five Most Frequently Asked Maths Questions

Ah, maths. Our brilliant Specialists who help students with maths definitely see a lot of patterns (and they're pretty good at recognising patterns!) in the types of questions they are asked every night. Here we break down the 5 most frequently asked question types in maths, and how to answer them.

#3: The Best Websites and Apps to Help You Study

There are hundreds of study apps out there, and this is certainly not an exhaustive list! But it does contain some useful and interesting tools that you might find really improve your student life. Every little hack helps, when you're trying to get your best ever marks.

In 2019, we'll be bringing you even more awesome study tips, tricks, and solutions to help you make the most of your study time.

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