Welcome to the Yeats College exam brief podcast, the only podcast that you’ll need to ensure you are fully prepared for your 2020 Leaving Cert exams.
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Leaving Cert Biology
Exam Brief by Katrina Davitt
One of the biggest challenges is the length of the biology course and the level of detail needed in the exam. The best advice I can give is to include Biology to your daily study plan, even 10 minutes to practice definitions, draw a labeled diagram or to read over an experiment. This will all make a big difference.
Leaving Cert Chemistry
Exam Brief by Dr Martina Audley
This is a very busy time for students. Some advice I give to my own student is to get organised and know what you are doing, create a detailed revision plan and stay healthy by staying hydrated, eating right and exercise. The Chemistry exam has 11 questions each worth 50 marks and you must answer 8 questions. The paper is made or 2 sections with 3 in section A and 8 in section B
Leaving Cert Irish
Exam Brief by Samantha Hogan
I will be sharing a few thoughts on what is the best way to prepare going forward over the remaining weeks and months for paper 1, paper 2 and also the upcoming oral exam.
Leaving Cert English
Exam Brief by Sinead Caslin Cregg
The first bit of advice is to have organised subject notes and have a detailed study timetable as this is demanding time and this will help to structure and organise your workload especially if you are feeling overwhelmed.
Leaving Cert Higher Level Maths
Exam Brief by Aisling Kenny
My biggest advice between now and June is that Higher Level Maths has to be done every single day between now and then. It takes a lot of practice, patience and in put from students whether that means doing homework or revision.
Leaving Cert Ordinary Level Maths
Exam Brief by Tomás Keane
Alongside this podcast is an in depth exam focused guide outlining the ins and outs of the Ordinary Level Maths exam where I will be giving my top 3 tips for the subject.