How to improve my performance?

You have already begun to do something practical to improve your performance: enter this website and read these articles. You have already acted.

You know that to improve your performance you will have to make an effort, but for that effort to be successful you must follow a method that is suitable for you. But, what method or study technique is best for me?

The answer to this question is very simple: the best method is one that allows you to reach your goals with an adequate and proportionate effort.

Before explaining our method, it is necessary to consider the type of studies you are going to study. It is not the same to study to overcome ESO than to obtain high marks in Bachiller. Nor is it the same to pass a University Degree as to obtain a place in a Public Examination. And the difference between passing a Middle Degree or a Higher Degree of Vocational Training is considerable.

Briefly, these are the characteristics of the different studies:

ESO - COMPULSORY SECONDARY EDUCATION

In general, being compulsory studies and offering a certain option, they allow a majority of students to overcome them successfully providing they have adequate skills and constancy.

If you want to know how are the study techniques you use, we advise you to take the Study Techniques Test (CSE).

This test will tell you what your current level is and what you should change if you want to improve your performance.

BACHILLER (SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM)

These are voluntary teachings and, despite the fact that each student chooses the modality they prefer or that suits them, the level of demand is high.

In addition, it is usually necessary to obtain a high average grade to be able to access most university studies.

At the end of the two courses, you must face the University Access or Selectivity Tests, which are an extra effort and require a good academic level to pass them.

Bachiller requires specific and general skills higher than ESO, but the most important thing is perseverance, dedication of time and effort and a very clear motivation.

If you have doubts about whether they are suitable studies for you, we advise you to take the Study Techniques Sup Test.

This test will tell you what your current level is and what you should change if you want to improve your performance.

VET - PROFESSIONAL TRAINING (SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM)

The Middle Degrees have lower academic requirements than Bachiller but require other practical skills.

The Higher Degrees have a much higher level of demand, both in theoretical and practical subjects. They require organization and planning, ability to work in teams and preparation and presentation of projects. They must also be able to successfully overcome internships in companies.

If you have doubts about whether they are suitable studies for you, we advise you to take the Study Techniques Sup Test.. This test will tell you what your current level is and what you should change if you want to improve your performance.

UNIVERSITY

The degree of difficulty or requirement of university studies is very variable, but all have a common requirement: it is essential to have effective planning to organize the preparation of exams, as they usually concentrate in a few weeks at the end of each semester. The motivation and strategies that students use sometimes have more weight than their own intellectual aptitudes.

If you have doubts about whether they are suitable studies for you, we advise you to take the Study Techniques Sup TestThis test will tell you what your current level is and what you should change if you want to improve your performance.

PUBLIC EXAMINATIONS

In this case, it is about being the best, and that is very difficult. It requires strong motivation, detailed planning and thorough dedication.

It is important to know if it is the right time to make the effort involved.

Do you want to get more out of your effort?

Take the test, assess, decide and take action:

  • You and your conditions. 
  • Your motivation and your goals.
  • Your strategies to face the study. 
  • Your self-assessment and your way of facing the results.