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We've all been there: a new school year starts and there's 8 months till your exams - that's plenty of time, right? Then there's 6 months, 3 months, 1 month and oh, now there's 2 weeks left and you haven't started studying... What happens next is a panic-induced mayhem of highlighting everything in the textbook (without even questioning if it's actually helpful). But I'm he We've all been there: a new school year starts and there's 8 months till your exams - that's plenty of time, right? Then there's 6 months, 3 months, 1 month and oh, now there's 2 weeks left and you haven't started studying... What happens next is a panic-induced mayhem of highlighting everything in the textbook (without even questioning if it's actually helpful). But I'm here to help you change this! In The Only Study Guide You'll Ever Need, I'll cover a range of different topics including: · How to get started and pick up that pen · Learning techniques that actually work (hello, science of memory!) · The dos and don'ts of timetabling · And combatting fear of failure, perfectionism, exam stress and so much more! As a fellow student now at university, I definitely don't have a PhD in Exam Etiquette but this is the book younger me needed. All I wanted was one place that had a variety of tried-and-tested methods with reassurance from someone who had recently been through the education system. The Only Study Guide You'll Ever Need is just that, and I have collected the best techniques and tools I wish I'd known earlier to help you get through your studies and smash your exams! Jade x


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We've all been there: a new school year starts and there's 8 months till your exams - that's plenty of time, right? Then there's 6 months, 3 months, 1 month and oh, now there's 2 weeks left and you haven't started studying... What happens next is a panic-induced mayhem of highlighting everything in the textbook (without even questioning if it's actually helpful). But I'm he We've all been there: a new school year starts and there's 8 months till your exams - that's plenty of time, right? Then there's 6 months, 3 months, 1 month and oh, now there's 2 weeks left and you haven't started studying... What happens next is a panic-induced mayhem of highlighting everything in the textbook (without even questioning if it's actually helpful). But I'm here to help you change this! In The Only Study Guide You'll Ever Need, I'll cover a range of different topics including: · How to get started and pick up that pen · Learning techniques that actually work (hello, science of memory!) · The dos and don'ts of timetabling · And combatting fear of failure, perfectionism, exam stress and so much more! As a fellow student now at university, I definitely don't have a PhD in Exam Etiquette but this is the book younger me needed. All I wanted was one place that had a variety of tried-and-tested methods with reassurance from someone who had recently been through the education system. The Only Study Guide You'll Ever Need is just that, and I have collected the best techniques and tools I wish I'd known earlier to help you get through your studies and smash your exams! Jade x

30 review for The Only Study Guide You'll Ever Need: Simple tips, tricks and techniques to help you ace your studies and pass your exams!

  1. 5 out of 5

    JackO

    I'm currently a 17 year old student looking for study tips. This one sounded good so I preordered it given that I've found similar books useful in the past. I'm afraid to say I did not like this one at all. Firstly, it's not written well. There is a grammar error on page one, and from there the sentence structure and overall writing is not good. Secondly, the tone is also terrible. This author writes like she's the authority on everything and it all feels rather pretentious. It feels as though she I'm currently a 17 year old student looking for study tips. This one sounded good so I preordered it given that I've found similar books useful in the past. I'm afraid to say I did not like this one at all. Firstly, it's not written well. There is a grammar error on page one, and from there the sentence structure and overall writing is not good. Secondly, the tone is also terrible. This author writes like she's the authority on everything and it all feels rather pretentious. It feels as though she's looking down on everyone else, including one section where she is clearly looking down on those she went to school with. Thirdly, this isn't Jades fault, but it's amazing how much the exam system has moved on in the little time she's left school. This is a shame of course, but the publishers should have had people on hand to be more up to date and change things around where necessary. The author does say some things I agree with, but overall this information isn't well written or enjoyable to read. Check out her A-Level YouTube videos instead for something that feels more down to earth and interesting. I'm sad I can't recommend this, I tore through it when I got it but I was enjoying it less and less by the page.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Elena

    4.5 stars Someone give the author a medal for being so relatable RTC (hopefully 🥺)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pia Bröker

    I have the incredible honor to know Jade in person as a classmate in uni. The fact that one of us students wrote a book is really crazy, and I am proud and inspired beyond words. She did not just write this book during a busy school year, in which I was struggling to finish the normal workload of assignments, but on top of that, she wrote an incredibly useful book. She said it herself: It is a book she wished she had when she was in high school. And although I did not go to a UK high school and I h I have the incredible honor to know Jade in person as a classmate in uni. The fact that one of us students wrote a book is really crazy, and I am proud and inspired beyond words. She did not just write this book during a busy school year, in which I was struggling to finish the normal workload of assignments, but on top of that, she wrote an incredibly useful book. She said it herself: It is a book she wished she had when she was in high school. And although I did not go to a UK high school and I had a very different focus during that time of my life, I think younger-Pia would have liked this book a lot! From reading it, I learned many valuable study techniques and advice on how to thrive in a school setting. If I had read it as a teenager, it might have prevented me from dropping out and might have inspired me to give school another chance. Jade does not downplay the problems of the school system, but turns them into fun challenges. She highlights both disadvantages and advantages and motivates you to tackle them with the tools of the book. After each chapter, I was inspired to start doing. Her advice sees a person as a full human being, Jade knows we are not machines, and she describes techniques that are realistic and actually work. Jade combines science based insights into learning with her own experiences and advice from other people. While she always puts a focus on mental health and individual differences. The book ends up feeling holistic and a complete study guide complete, which does the title justice. I find it easy and fun to read and finished it in two evening sittings. Thank you, Jade, for sharing all your knowledge with the world. Thank you for being vulnerable and pouring your heart in your book. Thank you for your hard work! One thing that has been on my mind while reading this book, and that might be fair to mention: I am definitely biased. Sometimes I felt her write like a true Minervan (I saw some HC applications!) and at this point I can't say anymore if that is good or bad :)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Finlay Lewis

    This book was good, but not what I expected. Given that the author was undertaking a degree at the time of writing I can understand its limited scope but I was disappointed to find that it was so heavily focused on GCSE and A-Level. I'm afraid for me it is a little bit mate to learn such tips. Yet, some of the chapters remain quite useful for those in post A-Level education. As well as this the author's writing style is incredibly easy to understand. Some critics have commented on the personality This book was good, but not what I expected. Given that the author was undertaking a degree at the time of writing I can understand its limited scope but I was disappointed to find that it was so heavily focused on GCSE and A-Level. I'm afraid for me it is a little bit mate to learn such tips. Yet, some of the chapters remain quite useful for those in post A-Level education. As well as this the author's writing style is incredibly easy to understand. Some critics have commented on the personality of the writing but it does not compromise the effectiveness of the message so I find it unnecessary to really care about it. Still, one more down before uni.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Speachless. You opened my eyes to so much knowledge I hadn't heard, and this feels strange to say considering I have been following Jade, Ruby, Holly and Vee for so long. A must read😍 Speachless. You opened my eyes to so much knowledge I hadn't heard, and this feels strange to say considering I have been following Jade, Ruby, Holly and Vee for so long. A must read😍

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tom

    If I’m honest, I had bad expectations for this book. As a student going into sixth form, I thought I’d pick it up as the premise sounded good, but I’m naturally sceptical of YouTuber authors (just an observed trend of ghost writers and poor writing). I was surprised to find this one of the most impactful books of my year. Far from boring, it is clear that the author took time to research the subjects discussed and to put them in an approachable light. The narrative around mental health was refresh If I’m honest, I had bad expectations for this book. As a student going into sixth form, I thought I’d pick it up as the premise sounded good, but I’m naturally sceptical of YouTuber authors (just an observed trend of ghost writers and poor writing). I was surprised to find this one of the most impactful books of my year. Far from boring, it is clear that the author took time to research the subjects discussed and to put them in an approachable light. The narrative around mental health was refreshing, especially in the “toxic productivity” space. I’ve read reviews stating that she is too privileged to do justice to mental health, but I found that her writing was attentive to students in all walks of life, such as citing familial circumstances as a reason why school may not be a priority. She shared her experience in a way that will definitely help those who are struggling with school/stress balance. The metaphor used in the mental health chapter was one which will stick with me and help for sure. This book put into words thoughts I didn’t even know I had about school/grades/exams and not only made me feel motivated, but seen. The SAAD pneumonic and “put it in practice” study tips were very helpful and, dare I say it, I’m excited to try them out during A Levels next year. I recommend this book for all students in secondary school. Don’t expect a step-by-step guide (which tbh would be boring), but a deeper look at learning, stress and how to tackle school more productively. Well worth a read and without a doubt changed the way I will approach school.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Wasted a few hours reading this book. V poorly written. Confusing and distasteful. It’s not really about study, it felt like a v privileged, out of touch take with somebody who has a weak connection with the current education system. Felt pretentious and condescending. Disappointing as she marketed it so highly.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Politics Studies

    Incredible! Perfectly written, really engaging and not boring at all. A fun and interesting way to learn of new revision tips and techniques. Highly recommend to all students, especially those doing their GCSE’s, A Levels and BTEC’s.

  9. 4 out of 5

    El

    I actually didn’t think I’d feel so seen by a study guide 😂 Sure, some of it’s a little (I don’t wanna say cringe bc cringe culture is dead but for lack of a better word let’s just go with it) but it’s hard to write a motivational book without being a bit ~cringe~ GCSEs were a weird time for me (covid & all that) so I felt like I lacked experience going into A levels (definitely hit with a lil’ imposter syndrome) this helped me sort my life out a bit & I’m currently trying to implement a couple b I actually didn’t think I’d feel so seen by a study guide 😂 Sure, some of it’s a little (I don’t wanna say cringe bc cringe culture is dead but for lack of a better word let’s just go with it) but it’s hard to write a motivational book without being a bit ~cringe~ GCSEs were a weird time for me (covid & all that) so I felt like I lacked experience going into A levels (definitely hit with a lil’ imposter syndrome) this helped me sort my life out a bit & I’m currently trying to implement a couple better habits (a little at a time of course!) But the most helpful was the revision technique part & yes, I have picked up experimenting with flashcards even though I’ve loathed them all throughout my school career - digital ones are working best for me as it’s little commitment to make & I can pick them up on the go :) I was worried I might disengage with this since I’m on a very busy schedule at the mo’ & a non fiction is not exactly the perfect picture of an inviting sanctuary read but nope I’ve stayed very committed AND I even did the interactive activities so won’t you look at that! No, but I actually really enjoyed using them as little journal prompts & it definitely helped me think about what was broken in my routine & how to implement change. I think a very timely read for all the children who’ve fallen down the covid cracks & are being expected to carry on as normal despite having little to no knowledge & experience on how to sit ACTUAL EXAMS. (My only complaint is that I do think this book is heavily targeted at ‘high achievers’ - it does try to be inclusive by mentioning that success is what you define as good grades but with the only reference points in the book people that got A/A* 8/9 it would probably be quite intimidating? Now a couple caveats: this is from Jade’s POV & is basically autobiographical in a sense & we really have to stop requiring memoirs etc to represent everyone (that’s not the point??) & of course target demographic (aka: the people that watch Jade’s channel & are ready to invest time into reading a study guide) are more likely to be high achievers but it’s an interesting point to think about.)

  10. 4 out of 5

    Xueyue

    I have been following Jade since she was a small YouTuber, it's incredible to see her development! As a huge book-worm, I was immensely excited to see her publishing a book, and it's a self-help study guide book! I swallowed this book in one day. I think it's the best time for me to read it. Furthermore, I am writing my A-Level exams next January and I have lots of uncertainty and fear. This book it not only a study-guide, but more like a book with study advices +life advices+ future advices+ mo I have been following Jade since she was a small YouTuber, it's incredible to see her development! As a huge book-worm, I was immensely excited to see her publishing a book, and it's a self-help study guide book! I swallowed this book in one day. I think it's the best time for me to read it. Furthermore, I am writing my A-Level exams next January and I have lots of uncertainty and fear. This book it not only a study-guide, but more like a book with study advices +life advices+ future advices+ motivation boosts. I thought it was perfect for me and this sequence of my life. I want to say : Thank you, Jade! You really made studying more fun and I love how passioned you are about learning and being yourself ^^ I think I am ready to smash the exams next year :) Keep it up! <3

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anjani

    An interesting non-fiction book on how to study, and I will definitely utilise her tips.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Becky's Bookshelf

    I enjoyed this book overall. It was informative and interesting. I've watched Jade on YouTube for a few years and I was excited about her publishing a book and I was pleasantly surprised by it. I think this book really shone through in chapters 3 and 4 about how we learn and revision methods. These were by fast the most information packed and helpful chapters. I will be using everything I learnt from them in my own revision. However, I think the rest of the book was a bit wish-washy and not as pa I enjoyed this book overall. It was informative and interesting. I've watched Jade on YouTube for a few years and I was excited about her publishing a book and I was pleasantly surprised by it. I think this book really shone through in chapters 3 and 4 about how we learn and revision methods. These were by fast the most information packed and helpful chapters. I will be using everything I learnt from them in my own revision. However, I think the rest of the book was a bit wish-washy and not as packed with information as I would have liked. There were also many grammatical errors within the book which were uncomfortable to read. Overall, I would recommend this book if you are looking for really great advice about the most productive way to revise but not sure all the chapters are necessary.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ruby-Lu Reads

    This book is absolutely incredible!!! The Only Study Guide You’ll Ever Need is a must-read book for every student. I read study guides often and I’m always searching for the latest tips, but this book reframed my mindset so so much. It doesn’t shy away from the truth - yes, exams are really stressful and yes, they do affect your future academic choices but there is more to just life than your future academic choices!! The school system makes these things seem like the be all and end all, when re This book is absolutely incredible!!! The Only Study Guide You’ll Ever Need is a must-read book for every student. I read study guides often and I’m always searching for the latest tips, but this book reframed my mindset so so much. It doesn’t shy away from the truth - yes, exams are really stressful and yes, they do affect your future academic choices but there is more to just life than your future academic choices!! The school system makes these things seem like the be all and end all, when really they are not! I never annotate or take notes from books but this one has got a whole Notion page 😂. There are revision tips in here that I am so excited to try and ones that I hadn’t even thought of or read about before. The SAAD study method is something I will be implementing into all of my revision. Thank you, Jade for writing such a beautiful and important book 💜 5/5⭐️ Thank you to Jade Bowler and Blink Publishing for sending me an ARC of this book!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Penelope

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I purchased this book a while ago but never got around to reading it until recently, and I'm not sure if the title does the concept any justice because "the only" is a strong term to use, especially when there are so many useful videos and alternatives available for free. My expectations were high given the hefty price tag, and to be frank, the content is adequate but I can't say that the material is outstanding. I'm not criticising Jade because this book is a good quality read for goal-oriented I purchased this book a while ago but never got around to reading it until recently, and I'm not sure if the title does the concept any justice because "the only" is a strong term to use, especially when there are so many useful videos and alternatives available for free. My expectations were high given the hefty price tag, and to be frank, the content is adequate but I can't say that the material is outstanding. I'm not criticising Jade because this book is a good quality read for goal-oriented people in need of a motivational pep talk because it's written and executed in an optimistic philosophical manner that positively rubs off on the reader, however I can't help but be slightly disappointed because there is one missing element, and I believe that while some sections seem adequate and definitive, other details are impractical. Jade has also over-explained and less was simply enlightening. in other words, this book does not cultivate balance. I adore Jade, but I get the impression that she is just one of many influencers who exploit their status while pretending to be humble about their intentions, which is a shame because she has tried to persuade her audience that it isn't about the earnings but rather the sale number target, well, If that's the case, why is Jade frantically promoting her book on social media? In conclusion, Unfortunately, and realistically, Your grades or commitment to your studies will not instantly improve as a result of reading this book. This is entirely dependent on your own willpower and preparation. This book, in my opinion, is a waste of time because it will not teach you any new techniques. I'm afraid the content is less unpractical, minimal and would be better off seeking advice elsewhere.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mia

    had to support unjaded jade

  16. 5 out of 5

    ° m a g g i e °

    As a 17 y.o student, honestly this book was all I needed.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    the tips in here are GOLDEN! i took notes of everything! you can definitely feel the good vibes from jade in here i just wish it was more condensed; it fell a bit flat once the revision tips were over and done with <3

  18. 5 out of 5

    Niklas Terrahe

    Wow, this book surpassed all expectations! 👏🤯 I bought this to help with my studies after seeing it advertised on Amazon and I thought I might come away with the odd study tip, or knowing how to make a timetable. Instead, I got that and 10X more!! I got an in-depth overview of some of the best study techniques I wish I’d known years ago AND a framework called SAAD to help rate the effectiveness of all my future study activity. My entire mindset towards education and exams has shifted. The passage Wow, this book surpassed all expectations! 👏🤯 I bought this to help with my studies after seeing it advertised on Amazon and I thought I might come away with the odd study tip, or knowing how to make a timetable. Instead, I got that and 10X more!! I got an in-depth overview of some of the best study techniques I wish I’d known years ago AND a framework called SAAD to help rate the effectiveness of all my future study activity. My entire mindset towards education and exams has shifted. The passages about the school system, perfectionism and why we’re scared to fail really made me reflect on my learning and see it in a more positive, less stressful way. One of the best books I’ve read this year, if not in my whole school career. Just get it. It’ll change your life. 🥳

  19. 5 out of 5

    Anna Jenkin

    I’ve recently struggled to even pick up a book but this was such an easy read. So informative and interesting, i finished it in 2 weeks. Jade manages to write explanations that just make sense, you’re constantly learning in this book without knowing it. I loved it so much, the incredible teaching about balance and living in education was consistently backed up with really cool proof. I now feel so much more prepared and calm about revision and motivation etc, anything a student could need. 10000 I’ve recently struggled to even pick up a book but this was such an easy read. So informative and interesting, i finished it in 2 weeks. Jade manages to write explanations that just make sense, you’re constantly learning in this book without knowing it. I loved it so much, the incredible teaching about balance and living in education was consistently backed up with really cool proof. I now feel so much more prepared and calm about revision and motivation etc, anything a student could need. 10000000% recommend!!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Zoe Vong

    I read this book in just two days and it's a very interactive book so I did not get bored. At the end of each chapter, there is an action box where Jade encourages us to carry out actions based on the content discussed in the previous chapter and I think this acts as a good interaction between author and reader. Moreover, there are advice from a variety of studytubers and accomplished academics so we get advice from a wide range of people, not just from Jade's perspective. Her tone is friendly i I read this book in just two days and it's a very interactive book so I did not get bored. At the end of each chapter, there is an action box where Jade encourages us to carry out actions based on the content discussed in the previous chapter and I think this acts as a good interaction between author and reader. Moreover, there are advice from a variety of studytubers and accomplished academics so we get advice from a wide range of people, not just from Jade's perspective. Her tone is friendly in the book and overall it has been a pleasant read. Things she discussed are not necessarily just about exams but can be applied to all events in life. It provides a new perspective and also inspires. Would recommend to people of all age :)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Arushi

    Absolutely incredible book! Jade discusses everything that goes on in the lives of us hectic and busy teenagers, juggling many realms of student life at once- from studying smarter and being productive to looking after our mental health and making time for ourselves. This book has so much insight, so much wisdom that I'll definitely be consistently returning to it during my GCSE studies throughout the course of the next 2 years, and I thank Jade so much for producing such an incredible masterpie Absolutely incredible book! Jade discusses everything that goes on in the lives of us hectic and busy teenagers, juggling many realms of student life at once- from studying smarter and being productive to looking after our mental health and making time for ourselves. This book has so much insight, so much wisdom that I'll definitely be consistently returning to it during my GCSE studies throughout the course of the next 2 years, and I thank Jade so much for producing such an incredible masterpiece. Just know we love you, what you do and how you never fail to inspire your love of learning in others. <3

  22. 4 out of 5

    Veerle

    It's a brilliant piece of work. This is truly the only study guide I'll ever need. Not only is it amazing because the study and planning tips are good, this book spends also time on mental health, the time around your exam and what to do after you finished school. I follow Jade on YouTube for a while now and didn't hesitate when she said she would publish a book, but this is better then I imagined. I am going to sixth form after the summer, so thank you Jade this is extremely helpful! It's a brilliant piece of work. This is truly the only study guide I'll ever need. Not only is it amazing because the study and planning tips are good, this book spends also time on mental health, the time around your exam and what to do after you finished school. I follow Jade on YouTube for a while now and didn't hesitate when she said she would publish a book, but this is better then I imagined. I am going to sixth form after the summer, so thank you Jade this is extremely helpful!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Max Burford

    Saw this advertised on Amazon and before reading this I had lost hope at achieving the grades I want for uni next year but now I feel like it is totally within reach. I can’t wait to put these revision techniques into practise and apply this healthier mindset towards school! Will defo be re-reading, 10/10 would recommend to any student

  24. 5 out of 5

    RhysEvans

    I first came across Jade when I was looking for videos to brush up my knowledge of GCSE English during my PGCE year. I found this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0GcH... and I've just rewatched it and I'm convinced this is the best how to GCSE English video on the internet. Jade has a great way of explaining complex ideas simply. This sort of video was just what I was looking for as a trainee teacher in need of a recap. On my PGCE course, I was never actually taught the business of teachi I first came across Jade when I was looking for videos to brush up my knowledge of GCSE English during my PGCE year. I found this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0GcH... and I've just rewatched it and I'm convinced this is the best how to GCSE English video on the internet. Jade has a great way of explaining complex ideas simply. This sort of video was just what I was looking for as a trainee teacher in need of a recap. On my PGCE course, I was never actually taught the business of teaching English, but I did learn about many interesting theories of learning which is way more helpful anyway. This book feels very much like the video. A short, straight to the point, lowdown on what you need to know for more effective studying and revising. Jade simplifies everything into everyday language and provides the reader with her own helpful mnemonics such as SAAD revision: spaced repetition, active recall, association and desirable difficulty. Now I have to admit none of this is new to me, but as with the Youtube video on how to smash GCSE English, the book was a great refresher. Plus, because Jade writes from personal experience as a student at a state school in the UK, I could easily relate to many of the anecdotes and found this book very motivating to revisit those handy revision techniques, because if I'm being honest I don't use them often enough. Actually, the book has given me the motivation to write this review, because I know the act of reviewing will help me to remember the book's content using active recall. More ideas from the guide I particularly appreciate: her adapted formula of productivity: productivity = output / time * focus * forward planning * fun (the 3 Fs of productivity). High intensity study and high intensity fun. List, prioritise, schedule. Blurting. Every space has a purpose. And again many of the ideas may not be original but Jade illustrates how she has implemented all these study tactics to get to where she has today publishing a book while at uni. . The 'advice from' guest writers bookending each chapter was a nice touch and I enjoyed reading about each topic from a different viewpoint such as Ali Abdaal on spaced repetition, illustrating how SRS improved his grades at medical school. Actually I already follow Ali and subscribe to his Youtube channel and it's through following productivity Youtubers such as Unjaded Jade and Ali Abdal and that I managed to get myself organised as a teacher, so of course I was very excited to see Ali in the book. And I'm very grateful for the Youtube productivity world, and there are other productivity vloggers who give advice in the book you can check out too. Overall, I love this book. I picked it up for £4 so it was an absolute bargain. Thank you Jade for all the advice you've given on GCSE English, studying and revising, travel and gaining headspace, not just in this study guide, but also on your Youtube channel which I've followed for the last couple years. I'm sure many students (and teachers) will continue to benefit from your advice.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lesley Bambridge

    Okay, I’m not anyway close to Jade Bowler’s target audience- but this girl is one of the clearest, most insightful and engaging communicators I have come across. I love the way she succinctly summarises hugely important concepts such as Growth versus Fixed mindset, and how the roots of the educational system explain why learners today are finding themselves in the high stress environment which is so detrimental to most of them. Jade helps to relieve some of those pressures by showing how we can t Okay, I’m not anyway close to Jade Bowler’s target audience- but this girl is one of the clearest, most insightful and engaging communicators I have come across. I love the way she succinctly summarises hugely important concepts such as Growth versus Fixed mindset, and how the roots of the educational system explain why learners today are finding themselves in the high stress environment which is so detrimental to most of them. Jade helps to relieve some of those pressures by showing how we can take control of our own learning experience. And that is true for any student or curious learner of any age. This is a practical book too, with tips and techniques to try from the personal experience of the author and others who are not just talking the talk, but successfully walking the walk. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to get the best out of learning and education

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Attarian

    I've been following Jade's YouTube channel since I was in year 9 now being in year 12 she has still been my idol and helped me through the toughest study moments. To see that she has published a book honestly is the best thing that's happened. It gives so many tips for just about everything when it comes to exams and mental health and school in general. I know that I'm literally going to be using this book for everything this school year. Thank you jade! I highly suggest this book to confused tee I've been following Jade's YouTube channel since I was in year 9 now being in year 12 she has still been my idol and helped me through the toughest study moments. To see that she has published a book honestly is the best thing that's happened. It gives so many tips for just about everything when it comes to exams and mental health and school in general. I know that I'm literally going to be using this book for everything this school year. Thank you jade! I highly suggest this book to confused teenagers who want to sort their academic lives ASAP.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

    Loved this book so much !! I love jade I have had the pleasure of meeting her at vee’s Oxford event in 2019 and she’s just as nice as she is on her YouTube videos. Her YouTube videos are so helpful so had to buy her book. Her book does have more tips regards to GCSE’s & A levels but found that there are some useful tips I could use for further education too. I’m definitely going to be using some of her tips for when I start university. Definitely recommend reading her book and you learn a lot mo Loved this book so much !! I love jade I have had the pleasure of meeting her at vee’s Oxford event in 2019 and she’s just as nice as she is on her YouTube videos. Her YouTube videos are so helpful so had to buy her book. Her book does have more tips regards to GCSE’s & A levels but found that there are some useful tips I could use for further education too. I’m definitely going to be using some of her tips for when I start university. Definitely recommend reading her book and you learn a lot more about her and the struggles she went through ❤️

  28. 5 out of 5

    merisunnie

    I only read this because I’ll have few uni exams next week. There’re some great revision tips but there’re also some tips where I’ve done subconsciously but never noticed until I read this book. There’re also lots of chapters where the author gives out tips you would just generally see on YouTube if you search for tips on productivity and studying. So, it’s not really new. I don’t think this should be the only study guide you’ll ever need but I still enjoy reading this because it makes me feel r I only read this because I’ll have few uni exams next week. There’re some great revision tips but there’re also some tips where I’ve done subconsciously but never noticed until I read this book. There’re also lots of chapters where the author gives out tips you would just generally see on YouTube if you search for tips on productivity and studying. So, it’s not really new. I don’t think this should be the only study guide you’ll ever need but I still enjoy reading this because it makes me feel reassured and motivated.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Roisin

    This book is so good. It gives genuinely good advice from a student, who cares about mental health and mindfulness. There are many different methods of revision suggested, to help with different subjects and people who learn better in different ways. Topics such as motivation are also covered. It is mainly based around the UK school system but if you're at school in a different country a lot of this will likely still be valuable. This book is so good. It gives genuinely good advice from a student, who cares about mental health and mindfulness. There are many different methods of revision suggested, to help with different subjects and people who learn better in different ways. Topics such as motivation are also covered. It is mainly based around the UK school system but if you're at school in a different country a lot of this will likely still be valuable.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dinanita

    The timing of this book honestly could not have been better! This book is absolutely amazing. The tips are extremely practical, and easy to apply. This book should be required ready, seriously. I cannot praise this book enough. Also, another amazing book on studying is "How to become a straight 'A' student by Cal Newport. These took books together are a gold mine of information. You won't need to read any other books for school. The timing of this book honestly could not have been better! This book is absolutely amazing. The tips are extremely practical, and easy to apply. This book should be required ready, seriously. I cannot praise this book enough. Also, another amazing book on studying is "How to become a straight 'A' student by Cal Newport. These took books together are a gold mine of information. You won't need to read any other books for school.

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