Leaving Cert Revision Videos

Leaving cert maths revision videos
  1. Early in the year use the revision exercises at the end of each chapter in your book.

  2. Revise a chapter (or two) each week, starting with the chapters you did in 5th year.

  3. After Christmas do past exam questions. 

  4. StudyClix is a great website where you can choose exam questions by topic which allows you to study each topic while remaining exam focused.

  5. As you come towards the mocks and then the Leaving Cert itself then I would focus on past papers without sticking to one topic. If you can do a full paper at one time then do.

  6. Remember: when studying maths the best option is to put pen to paper and do questions. Videos, like those on this website should be used as an aid when you are stuck. Videos used by themselves have very little value.

  7. To learn your proofs, theorems etc. watch a video a couple of times then try it yourself. Check what you wrote against the video and repeat as necessary.

Leaving cert physics mandatory experiment videos

Top 7 Tips for Studying Leaving Cert Maths:

Top 6 Tips for Studying Leaving Cert Physics:

  1. Make your own notes - start by reading through a chapter, as you do this highlight the parts that you think are most important (don't go overboard!)

  2. When finished this then write these notes into a study copy, be neat so it is easy to read back over them later.

  3. If you prefer you can make a spider diagram or mind map using the parts highlighted earlier.

  4. Learn your experiments - there are 25 mandatory experiments on the course, 4 of which are asked in Section A on the exam. You can also be asked about experiments in Section B.

  5. Videos, like those on this website, are a great way to revise your mandatory experiments. Watch them a few times and take notes as you do so. Practice the graphs and calculations for each experiment.

  6. Past exam papers should be used as you come towards the mocks and Leaving Cert. StudyClix is a great website where you can choose exam questions by topic which allows you to study each topic while remaining exam focused. You can also choose exam questions based on the mandatory experiments.