studywithmaggie: 13/02/2016 • A lot of you have been asking how I study and also what grades I’ve been getting. So here goes! I’ve listed some general points which I’m going to expand on in a series of ‘How to Study’ master posts. I’m studying in the UK and achieved 12A*2A at GCSE. At AS, I achieved 5As and am currently aiming for 4A*s. I’m studying Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry & Economics! My techniques definitely aren’t going to work for everyone, but I hope my next few post...
adorkablepercabeth: This is something I made today. Maybe I’ll make a studyblr and make more of these, but for now I’m just posting it on here. // A few things you can do to make yourself more motivated to study.
3. Use old maps in your decor! Create awesome wall murals using old maps, or just frame some of them and hang them on your walls. Another idea is to decorate the lampshades with maps. The older, the better! You’ll love the result!
This 4-page study guide contains fundamental sociological definitions and principles which are specifically designed to aid students. Topics covered include: social structure & culture, formal organizations, socialization & deviance, basic concepts of demography, population changes, social i