Anne Robinson, Specialist Tutor
Written with sensitivity, the author draws alongside students guiding them to understand their personal learning needs. The beauty of this book is that it not only offers practical tips for developing good study habits but also shows learners how these can be applied in a meaningful way. The book is full of helpful hints, activities and useful templates for creating resources; it is an invaluable guide for both students and tutors.
Gwennan Anderson, Study Support, Runshaw College
Ann-Marie's Study Skills Guide is a one-stop shop for all things revision based - from starting a course through to preparations for the day of the exam. The interactive nature of the book, with its quizzes and tasks, helps the reader to really engage with its message. It provides the tools to create positive, effective revision strategies tailored to an individual's own way of learning. Providing such a wide range of tips and resources really does make the process feel less onerous and shows learners that revision can be easier and enjoyable! The strategies in this book will be of huge benefit to so many students - I will certainly be employing them the with the students I support at college and with my own children!
Alais Winton, Author of Fun Games and Activities for Children with Dyslexia
This is an excellent book for dyslexic learners. It is easy to read and contains lots of useful activities and helpful tips. I especially love the promotion of multisensory methods. Don't wait till just before your exams to get this, start planning for success in advance.