This is quite an unusual story. Recently I met a 3rd-year medical student who is not willing to give up no matter what. 

He couldn’t enter the medical faculty even after doing A/L 3 times. His family didn’t have the money to send him to a foreign medical faculty. But he didn’t give up on his dream. He entered a local nursing faculty. After several years he completed the nursing degree while having the burning desire to become a doctor.

I'm writing this article for the Forum commmunity question by Paul Janson. These are some of the tips which helped me to get 3A's in my A Level. But I'm writing this article common for both Bio science and physical science students.

“Every minute you spend in planning saves 10 minutes in execution; this gives you a 1,000 percent Return on Energy!” - Brian tracy
That is one of my favorite quote. And that is exactly true.

When you draw an art, you start with rough outlines. Then you add details to it. Finally, you add colors. What if you start by adding colors from the beginning without having an outline? It doesn't work that way, right?

There are some subjects, although we study them good enough, we used to forget it quiet often. I had the same problem. I think the problem will be solved if you understand the nature of the subject.

Inorganic is a subject where we have to remember hundreds of small pieces of data. So forgetfulness is a usual thing when coming to inorganic.
So never ever expect to remember the entire subject as you remember other subject...

“I knew the answer for almost all the MCQs. But the time was not enough. I got stressed when they told me I have got only half an hour more and I had to complete 20 more questions. Everything went downhill from there because of the stress. I finally gave up.” Said a student who got C for his physics A/L examination.

Just before when I was thinking about A/L study period this idea popped up in my mind. It's basically a small math. 

If, Average age of living is 70 Years The A/L study period is 30 months (2 & 1/2 years) &

A student complete his A/L in his 20th age.

Then student have 50 years left to live after his A/L.

You know very well that your 30 Months of A/L period decides.......

This article is on both தமிழ் & English languages. This article explains some basic Tips to remember biology essays effectively and provides a basic undertanding of 3 A/L subjects and time management.
இந்த Article, biology essays ஐ எவ்வாறு வினைத்திறனாக ஞாபகம் வைப்பது என்பதை விளங்கப்படுத்துவதோடு, மூன்று உயர்தர பாடங்களினதும் இயல்புகளையும், நேர முகாமைத்துவத்தையும் விளங்கப்படுத்துகிறது.

This is one of the important article I wanted to write and which took me a great amount of time to make it so simple, so that you will understand very easily. Read it and remember the important quotes. That will help you to recall this article.

"Self-discipline is the basic rule of success."

You would have heard and learned many rules of success, even you would have your own rules of success. Kop Kopmeyer was a legend in the field of success and achievement.

This is one of the great question I wanted to discover when I was doing A/L. Well, A/L is a competitive exam and everyone knows that. Although many students shine during their school period or O/L exams they don't shine in their A/L exams. This fact has many reasons behind it and I would like to discuss only few of them.

I have A for physics! Also It proved me that physics is never about intelligence, because I'm an ordinary person!

The easiest way to get A for physics is practising PAST PAPER MCQ again and again UNTILL YOU GET THE SATISFECTION!
"Your final physics exam also going to be like the past paper".

You may heard this advice from everyone. And that is the truth. When you do the past paper repeatedly, you will understand,

  • Patterns/ideas of questions.
  • Short ways to do it.
  • How to think cirtain types of questions very easily.