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Transition Year

Transition Year can be a great platform to prepare the student for life and for a great Leaving Cert.

The core subjects of Mathematics, Irish, English plus a Foreign Language are required for admission to most Irish Universities so a firm grounding in these subjects in this Transition Year will be invaluable to the student undertaking the Leaving Cert Cycle next year.

The great thing about SMStutor is the ease in which you learn. You can get help every day in the subjects of your choice. As Educational Psychologist, Deirdre Griffin say “SMStutor is the closest thing to learning by osmosis imaginable”. This is learning without pressure. You are never overloaded with two much information. The brain absorbs and retains small amounts of information more easily in bite sized chunks.

Give yourself a headstart and sign up now! Texts begin running on September 1st.


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Sample Texts

Migration has both positive and negative effects on the area that the people leave (Donor area) and the area they go to (Host area).

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Geography

Deirtear linn sa chéad alt… we are told in the first paragraph. Cuirtear in úil sa triú halt… it is expressed in the third paragraph. De réir an tsleachta… acording to this extract. Feictear sa dara halt… it is seen in the second paragraph Is léir ón alt deireanach…It is evident in the final paragraph.

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Irish

Bhí/ní raibh mé ag súil leis an gceist sin…I was(n’t) expecting that question Má thuigeann tú leat mé….If you know what I mean An dtuigeann tú…Do you understand Mar is eol duit…as you know I mo thuairim…In my opinion

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Irish

Baill an chóir scoile i mbun cleachtadh Ríméad ar an bpríomhoide Cliar scannánaíochta Turas fada go Doire Lucht féachana Fograíonn an príomhmholtóir

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To solve equations with logs: make sure they are all the same base; bring the logs to one side and the rest to the other. Combine the logs using the laws.

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Maths

Did you know that if 3 is a root, then (x-3) is a factor? If -7 is a root, then (x+7) is a factor. That’s the factor theorem!

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Maths

A prime number is a number with only two factors: itself and 1. For example, 13 is a prime, but 14 is composite. Don’t forget that 1 is NOT a prime number.

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Maths

A region is an area on the Earth’s surface that has one or more characteristics that sets it apart from other areas.

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Geography

When dealing with karst features an easy way to remember which are Clints and which are Grikes is that C is above G in the alphabet, so Clints are on the top.

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Geography