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June 2016

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We have reached 20 million permanent study items!

June 27, 2016

Time to celebrate! Together with all of our language learners, we have reached a new milestone: the total number of study items learned permanently by all WordDive users has exceeded 20 million. We want to thank you all for keeping up your good work and reaching this achievement with us. It is your continuous effort that we celebrate today! The WordDive method: Permanent learning as a core principle With WordDive, you repeat your study items exactly the amount of times that…

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What do our prep course participants think of the course?

June 22, 2016

The popularity of our matriculation exam prep courses has grown significantly in a few years. More than 10 000 high school graduates have already taken the course. Moreover, 98 % of course participants state that they would recommend our courses to their younger fellow students. We are proud of the course’s popularity and of our chance to help Finnish high school graduates to reach top scores in their matriculation exam. But how do this spring’s participants describe our courses? Here…

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Finnish judo champion uses WordDive to prepare for studies in France

June 12, 2016

Eetu Laamanen, holder of multiple Finnish Championships in judo, has decided to take on a new challenge. He’s going to start studying in France to become a judo instructor. “Last year, I started planning a move to Paris to train and to study for a judo instructor’s degree. France is a major judo country and they have a lot of know-how. I know I’ll get good practice there and also be able to develop as an instructor.” France is already…

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Relax and enjoy – learning languages is fun!

June 6, 2016

Learning a new language requires some effort. Your initial enthusiasm might wear off if you feel that you’re not achieving results you hoped for. You don’t seem to find time for your studies, and you notice your motivation is decreasing. What should you do? You learn better when you’re having fun! Setting your own goals, scheduling your time and exercising regularly are all excellent ways to keep your motivation level high. The greatest results are attained if studying itself is…

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