Making the most of your Mock Exams: After – Part II

What comes next after your Mock Exams?


With three months left, there's no point wasting time studying things that you already know. Work on improving your weaker subjects instead, and concentrate on the questions that you answered badly in your mocks. Ask for help. Maybe there was one question Ask for help. Maybe there was 

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13 March 2018/Author: Dan Keating/Number of views (800)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Studying During The Easter Holidays: A mocks.ie Guide

Get the most out of your Easter Revision


Your Easter Holidays start next week! With the Summer Exams now just TWO months away now is the time to start studying for your Junior or Leaving Certificate, if you haven't yet. mocks.ie has prepared a guide to help you get the most out of the upcoming holiday.

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12 March 2018/Author: Dan Keating/Number of views (767)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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William Wordsworth Poems in Profile – ‘Prelude (Extract)’ Part I

Read our expert-written summary of William Wordsworth's Prelude (Extract)


The Easter Holidays are right around the corner! Get a head-start on your Leaving Certificate English revision with our expert-written profile of William Wordsworth's Prelude (Extract). Read Part One now with Part Two coming soon! William Wordsworth was a romantic poet;

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08 March 2018/Author: Dan Keating/Number of views (849)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Making the most of your Mock Exams: After – Part I

How can you make the most out of your Mock exams?


By Easter, you should have received most if not all of your mock exam grades and had your papers returned. Yes, in each subject the final exam paper could be entirely different to the mock in terms of content, but you should use each mock as a starting point. If your mocks went badly

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06 March 2018/Author: Dan Keating/Number of views (1224)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Armabreaddon

All the bread is gone! What do we do?

 

This week is Ireland’s day after tomorrow: Emma’s battering the south, Siberia invaded the east, and every bitta land we have is covered, albeit with snow. The last we heard, Teresa Mannion herself was taking risks on treacherous roads, people were skiing on the sea, and Leo Varadkar 

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01 March 2018/Author: Dan Keating/Number of views (1116)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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