Students are looking for better grades and confidence in their knowledge. From the experience of teaching thousands of students since 2004, we have found three key obstacles that prevent students from achieving this. Luckily, we’ve also identified ways to overcome these challenges.
We call it The Lanterna Method!
Understand the relevant material for exams!
Knowing what is relevant for you and then understanding this material are the two most important steps of preventing gaps in your knowledge.
At Lanterna, we work closely with the syllabus to cover all the information needed with focus and attention to detail – we make sure you understand the material you need for your exams.
Structure and repeat the most important information!
We don’t need to tell you that if you can’t remember what you need for the exams, it will be very difficult to answer the questions to a high standard.
Our tutors tackle this problem by first structuring information to make it easier to take in and then repeating all the information you need. They also include personal tips and tricks to help you retain the material.
Close the gap between having and using knowledge!
Depending on how you apply it, you can use the same amount of knowledge to score a four or a seven in an exam question: closing the gap between having and using knowledge is vital for higher marks.
First of all, we make sure that you understand the question you are answering, and then help you answer correctly by providing the relevant structure and knowledge.
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