Last updated on November 24th, 2020 at 12:28 am
So I understand that when preparing for BJC and BGCSE exams, you have to cover a very large amount of content.
According to the Bahamas Ministry of Education curriculum, you’re actually being tested on material designed to be taught over a period of three (3) years!
Which means that you’re now required to look back at old notes and hope that you’ve done a good job taking accurate notes.
By using the curriculum, you get a concise and an in- depth overview of the exact topics you’re expected to know. And our Study Planner acts as an accessory to keep track of what topics you already know versus those topics you still need help with.
So it’s a perfect compliment and useful tool for any serious student.
How do you keep track when studying? Let us know in the comments below.