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“**Junior Cert Maths – Geometry Theorems**”

A concise description of what you need to know to answer exam questions based on the geometry theorems on the Junior Cert course.

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“**Making the most of the Formulae and Tables Booklet**”

Maximise your grades with the Formulae and Tables booklet. Many students fail to make full use of the Formulae and Tables booklet available to them during their exams. Some are not even aware that it will be available to them. “Making the most of the Formulae and Tables Booklet” is intended to help students maximise the benefit derived from the booklet available to them during their Junior or Leaving cert exams. It also offers some advice on how to approach the study of maths that may be useful to students and their maths teachers. It is most suited to students in third year upwards. First and second years may not yet be exposed to a sufficient range of formulae and maths concepts.

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**Making the most of your Casio Scientific Calculator**

Your calculator is an invaluable and even necessary tool tool when doing maths. As a student you need to become proficient in its use.

Reducing the time spent in entering calculations into your calculator means more time is available for actually answering questions in your exam. Entering them in an efficient manner also means less mental effort is required to combine various sub calculations correctly.

The aim of this booklet is to help you to be more productive in your studies and more successful in your exams by pointing out ways in which to use your scientific calculator both efficiently and effectively.

This document uses the Casio fx-83GT PLUS or fx-85GT PLUS as an example.

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**Google Search for Students**

Those who can access, process and use relevant information in a timely and efficient manner can gain advantage relative to those who can not. Time spent searching for information as opposed to time spent learning or using that information is wasted time. Time spent travelling to and from the library as opposed to time put to good use in the library is wasted time. Reducing the time spent in searching or travelling means more time is available for the value added activity of learning, or producing your projects or even just relaxing.

The aim of this booklet is to help you make your study routines more productive by pointing out ways in which free Google search applications can be used to find relevant information more efficiently. It shows how typing or speaking your search commands can get Google search to be a dictionary, spell check, calculator, stop-watch and more.

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**Time Management for Students**

In terms of your studies, as in other aspects of your life, those who can manage their time in an effective and and efficient manner can gain advantage relative to those who can not. Effective time management is a primary means to a less stressful and more productive life.

Many students find that they need to develope and improve their time management skill when they go to college. Compared to secondary school you can expect to have less in-class time, more out-of-class work to do, and greater freedom and flexibility which is up to you to manage.

The aim of this booklet is to help you make your routines more productive by pointing out ways in which you can utilise the time available to you more effectively and efficiently.

It starts with a general overview to provide background knowledge and context. It then describes some time management tools. It developes these in the context of your own action plan. Finally it provides a list of tips for you to consider when developing your action plan.

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**“How to Study Maths”**

Everyone is different and we have several different styles of learning. Half the battle is in finding what works for you. There is no reason to dramatically change your study habits if you are already successful with them and getting the grades you want. However, most of use can find ways to improve. Successful study is dependent on effective study skills. Yet many students are never taught how to study. Study habits should be both effective and efficient. That is they should enable us to learn what we need or want to learn, and they should enable us to do so without spending excessive time or effort in the process. I hope you find this helpful in this regard.

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**The following PDF files are free to download and share with family, friends and teachers.**

Marking Schemes – an overview is all you need

English-Irish math translations this is a work in progress and I am hoping that people will email corrections to me so that the document can be updated and improved. But with over 1300 maths related words and phrases I think that it may already be of use to students who find themselves doing maths classes through Irish and having textbooks in English.

English-Portuguese Maths Dictionary

English-Spanish Maths Dictionary

English–Polish Maths Dictionary