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Dealing with grief during your Leaving Cert

One reader talks about the supports for students dealing with a bereavement during exam time

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Counselling association offers exam advice to students

The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy chair urges students to “mind their mental health in the face of exams”

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Making the most of college life: Studying & accommodation

Conor hopes his advice will leave you saying "that was an amazing experience and I wouldn’t change a thing"

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Tips for settling into college life if you're nervous about starting

Ryan shares his thoughts on different things you can do to help settle into college life

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Dealing with Junior Cert results disappointment

When Laura received the results of her Junior Cert, they were not what she expected, but she has learned lots of valuable lessons from it.

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Making a life past the Leaving Cert

Gráinne talks about why the Leaving Cert isn't the be-all and end-all like people think

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The importance of taking a break during exam time

How to unwind while you're studying

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The negative stigma towards different kinds of study

Do you have a preferred method of study?

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Don't let your asthma or allergies affect your exam performance

As we approach exam season the Asthma Society of Ireland is urging students to be prepared

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Leaving Cert advice: You're on the home stretch

Hazel gives her 5 tips to surviving the final few weeks of the leaving cert

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The Junior Certificate: What I wish I knew

Saoirse gives her advice to anyone doing the Junior Certificate exams

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How to deal with exams when you have anxiety

Aoife gives her top tips for managing anxiety during exam time

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