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Junior & Leaving Cert Exam Timetable 2015

Leaving Certificate Leaving Certificate, Leaving Certificate Applied & Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme – Schedule of Examination Dates 2015 Leaving Certificate Examination, Leaving Certificate Applied Timetable 2015 Junior Certificate Junior Certificate Schedule of Examination Dates 2015 Junior Certificate Timetable 2015

Motivating Yourself to Study

Are you a carrot or stick person? Do you complete tasks because you can recognize the benefit of doing so (like getting positive feedback from teachers, improving your grades), or do you complete tasks because you associate not completing it with a level of pain/ displeasure? (to avoid your teacher… Continue Reading →

Complex numbers: Roots of a cubic equation

A cubic equation can have 3 real roots or 1 real root and a complex conjugate pair. In this video I show you how through the graphs of cubic equations. I then show you how to solve cubic equations that have complex roots by looking at this example: Find all… Continue Reading →

Flashcard: Biology Terms – Junior Cert Higher Level

absorption – passing of digested food into the bloodstream in the small intestine. acid rain – rain water with a ph of less than 5.5.acid rain damages the roots of trees and causes fish kills. aerobic respiration – respiration where oxygen is used word equation of aerobic respiration – glucose+oxygen-energy+water+carbon… Continue Reading →

Flashcard: Junior Cert Physics HL Terms

Volume – How much space an object takes up Speed – The distance travelled by an object in one unit of time Centre of gravity of an object – Is a point in the object through which all the weight of the object appears to act. Pressure – Is the… Continue Reading →

Flashcard: Chemical Bonding – Junior Cert Chemistry Terms

Electrons – Negatively charged particles Protons – Have a positive charge Neutrons – the particles of the nucleus that have no charge Hydrogen bond – Attraction between a slightly positive hydrogen atom and a slightly negative atom. Covalent bond – A chemical bond formed when two atoms share electrons Ionic… Continue Reading →