Are you writing your personal statement for medicine and have no idea where to begin? Maybe you’re staring at a blank word document, waiting for the words to come pouring out of you. Maybe you’ve already written a draft and have no idea where to cut words from. Whichever stage of the personal statement writing process you are at, it’s never easy, but I’m here to help you out.
My planning system is composed of various parts, each of which serve a different purpose, but ultimately work together. In my opinion, any good planning system needs to cater for the following things: Events - time or day specific Tasks Ideas Daily schedule (combination of events, tasks and ideas) Inbox (not necessary, but extremely useful) … Continue reading How I Stay Organised | Gap Year Edition
Everyone could use a little boost in their productivity, right? Considering how many times I've been asked about how to be more productive over on my Instagram, this is true for a lot of us. I'm by no means an expert on productivity, but I have figured out what helps me to have a more … Continue reading 6 Tips To Have A Productive Day
I've been sharing my notes over on my Instagram page (@studykween) for over a year now and am constantly asked to share my newest ones. These include new posters, mind maps, flashcards etc. that I am making for Physics A level or when reviewing IB Topics for Biology, Chemistry or Mathematics. Although I do add … Continue reading More of my Notes – Patreon!
Avoiding the distraction that is the internet is one of the main study tips I can offer for IB success, however there are many apps/websites that may make revision and studying easier and maybe even fun (???). Here is a list of 10 that I used over the two years of IB. I am also … Continue reading Top Apps and Websites for IB Success