Good ‘A’ Level Results?

And what to do, if not

Many congratulations to the young people celebrating their hard work by getting the good ‘A’ Level results they wanted.

If you felt you worked your socks off to get those grades, and suspect there must be an easier way, now would be a great time to take a long, hard look at your learning strategy, before you go off to college or uni in a few weeks.

By no means wishing to put a downer on your achievements, bear in mind that the culture shock and higher expectations of the education establishment at his level, result in up to 50% of students failing exams and dropping out.

Some institutions have particularly high rates of depression and stress among the students.

Especially given how much it’s costing you to be there in the first place, don’t let this be you.

Get prepared.

Let Genius Material help you find the best technique for the way your brain prefers to absorb, process and retrieve information, and knock hours off the time it takes you to learn, leaving plenty for the other fun stuff I know you’re looking forward to.

I can help. You know where I am.

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Lysette Offley

"The Head Fixer," Lysette Offley is an experienced Teacher, Cognitive Hypnotherapist, author, creator & developer; delivering rapid systems for success, through Sounds Positive and Genius Material.