The Study Hacks Masterclass is designed to help students save time, boost grades, overcome self doubt and fear of failure, keep chaos at bay, and develop a life-long love of learning. Once students learn how to learn, they can pick up new skills and information quickly and easily.
Unlike other study skills courses which tend to be dry and theoretical, The Study Hacks Masterclass offers you practical and effective strategies that you can use immediately. It covers over 50 different study strategies and mental tools to help you achieve study success.
If you're interested in transforming studying from being a dry, boring and tedious experience to one that is truly enjoyable and satisfying, then I'd love to see you in the masterclass!
Note: Australian schools can enrol their students in the masterclass by requesting an invoice or filling in an order form here.
"I found everything you said so relatable and it definitely gave me
motivation and ideas of better ways to approach study. I’ve even gone
away and made a mind map summarising the points you spoke about! I
really enjoyed it, thanks again!”
-Year 10 Student, St Mary's Anglican Girls School
“It was great to hear how many students went home and spoke to their
parents about your presentation. I’ve also received fabulous feedback
from our staff – yours really is the best study skills presentation I
-High School Teacher, Wesley College
“I’m a year ten student at Corpus Christi College and today you visited us and spoke about studying and the techniques. We've had many guest speakers discussing this topic but none were as helpful as you.
At the beginning of the day I wasn’t looking forward to the 50 minutes we had to spend sitting down and listening to a boring speaker, but for once I was fully focused and interested in your presentation, everyone was. I’m really grateful for the awesome tips you gave us. So I just wanted to say a huge thank you!”
-Year 10 Student, Corpus Christi College
StartManaging your mental iPod: Developing a positive mindset (5:49)
StartStrategy 1: Give the monkey a banana (1:02)
StartStrategy 2: The victory card deck (1:05)
StartHow to develop a growth mindset (3:02)
StartCultivating an attitude of gratitude (3:36)
StartGratitude exercises: The Gratitude Diary and Jar of Awesome (3:12)
Dr Jane Genovese has worked with thousands of students teaching creative study strategies, memory techniques, overcoming procrastination, exam preparation, managing stress, resilience, and how to focus in the age of distraction.
She graduated from Murdoch university in 2009 with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Psychology with first class honours and received a Vice Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence. In 2017, she completed her doctoral thesis in the area of education and psychology. She was recognised as being in the top 10% of teaching staff at Murdoch University in the student surveys of teaching.
She draws on her research and personal experience to show students with the right mindset and practical study strategies they can take charge of their studies, learn effectively, and have fun.
A Letter from Dr Jane Genovese
Looking back on my time in high school, it was filled with confusion and unnecessary pain and suffering. I had no idea how to study. So naturally, I hated it.
Sure, I studied (the best I could) but I came from a place of fearing failure.
The best thing about high school is I got through it! And it led to university and ultimately, completing a PhD.
But the first 6-months of university weren’t easy. You see, I got 1 out of 20 for my first test at law school. You read that right: 1 out of 20 (5%).
This experience was so painful that it forced me to explore more effective ways to study.
Learning how to learn improved every single area of my life. I went onto complete a double degree in law and psychology (with first class honours) and a PhD.
So why am I sharing this with you?
Because no one in their right mind would ever imagine that someone who got only 5% on their first test at law school would go onto complete degrees in law and psychology and a PhD.
So if you’ve been struggling with your studies (like I was), I want you to know you can learn to study more effectively. You just need to invest some time into learning. But this will be time well spent as it will save you time.
I created this online course because I don’t want you to experience the same pain I did when I was in high school and first year university. I want you to thrive and get the most out of your studies (life is too short to settle for anything else)!
In this online course, I’m going to take you through step-by-step a range of practical tools and strategies to help you study less and get more.
Get more of what?
More free time, more mastery of your subjects, more meaningful experiences and more marks.
If you're anything like me, you want practical strategies you can use immediately. Not boring theory and stock standard advice you’ve heard many times before.
I’ve trained thousands of students over the last few years on how to study more effectively. I’m going to walk you through each module and I’ll be there to respond to any questions you might have. If you get confused or stuck at any point, there’s no need to worry.
I'm super excited about working with you!
— Dr Jane Genovese, LearningFundamentals.com.au