Saturday, 14 August 2021
10:00 - 11:30

Writing matric in 2021 is a very different experience from 30 years ago. The pressure is greater, the competition is fiercer and you are under a ton of stress. Join SACAP’s Student Study Hack webinar where we will share tips and practical tools – like identifying your study strategy, using food to fuel your brain and exercise – to help you cope emotionally, physically and mentally with your matric exams and whatever happens next.

What’s on the agenda

Coping strategies

Jogini Packery is a community-based Counselling Psychologist who is passionate about youth development journeys promoting personal, professional and academic growth. She will talk about setting expectations and coping strategies – essential tools to help you manage your matric experience and prepare you for life after matric.

Study approaches that work

Kirsten Harrison is an HPCSA Registered Counsellor with a special interest in addiction, trauma as well as higher education. Kirsten will highlight how repetitive learning is not enough to pass matric and unpacks the importance of finding a study approach that best works for you.

Eat well. Think well

Robyn-Leigh Mentor has an Honours in Nutrition and Dietetics and believes in balance in all aspects of life. The focus of her talk is that you can’t think well if you don’t eat well. She will share advice on how to buy healthy and delicious food on a budget.

Movement for the mind

Joshua De Hahn is a qualified Biokineticist with a passion for movement, which he believes improves general health as well as increase capabilities and performance. In his segment, Joshua discusses how movement is a powerful tool that helps both your body and brain.

Lastly, our Live Q&A which is where you get to ask the experts any questions you may have.

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RSVP here for SACAP’s Student Study Hack webinar on Saturday, 14 August 2021 at 10:00.

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