Take a trip down the memory skills lane

July 11, 2018

An insight into some tried and tested techniques by David Malthouse Many of us think that we don’t have a great memory and we find here at First Intuition, that we’re often asked by our students how they can remember all the information they need to pass their exams.  Finding the best way to learn […]

Find your ‘Ikigai’

June 8, 2018

Find your ‘Ikigai’  and you’ll never work again… I have recently been enjoying longer commutes thanks to a well executed timetable change from my train operating company (some of that sentence may not be true!). Making good use of the time I’ve been looking back at books that inspire me. Churchill famously said ‘find a job […]

Studying for the AAT Synoptic exams

May 16, 2018

In this month’s PQ article there will be no jokes about farmers, no references to Arsenal players from the days when they ACTUALLY stood a chance of winning anything.  This month’s article is a serious article about a serious subject; the AAT synoptic exams. It is likely that those AAT students who started their AQ2016 […]

CIMA students-Avoid the four-week fall-off!

May 15, 2018

Some students believe that once their study course is finished, the longer they wait before sitting an exam, the higher their mark will be, and the better chance of passing they will have. This is only true to a point! It is certainly important that students give themselves enough time to complete their final question […]

How to find more hours in the day…

April 18, 2018

I thought that would get your attention! For most of us, professional exams are the first time that we are working, studying and attempting to have some sort of social life and remind our friends that we exist.   So why not run your studying alongside something else? Often we schedule in blocks of study […]