It’s never been more timely to consider Online Irish Grinds.

Would it surprise you to hear that June 12th is the date when you’ll be sitting your Leaving Cert Irish exam? Yep – that’s how close it is – you’ve only around four months between now and then to be ready for action.

We mention this because with time moving so quickly, now is a great time to consider if you should be going down the road of Leaving Cert Irish Grinds. When you do the sums and calculate how many days you have left for study and revision, you can see how tight things are getting. And if you’re not quite as confident as you might be, then maybe this is the perfect time to consider Online Irish Grinds.

The reality is that you probably have a very good idea right now as to how you’re going to perform in June. And if you’re confident in your mastery of Irish, then hopefully there’ll be no need for Online Irish Grinds. On the other hand, if all your instincts are telling you that you’re heading for a less-than-satisfactory outcome, then Leaving Cert Irish Grinds offers you the option to head things off at the pass and get ahead of your Irish studies.

And yes, we accept that four months is quite a short length of time to change the outcome of your exams. But believe us when we tell you that we’ve seen it doe time and again. There are a number of reasons for this. First of all, the very act of committing to Leaving Cert Irish Grinds tends to make you take things that much more seriously.
Then there’s the fact that there’s a financial investment in opting for Leaving Cert Irish Grinds – so you tend to work that bit harder to make sure you get a return on your investment.

The other big plus from booking Leaving Cert Irish Grinds is that it gives you a level of flexibility that you simply don’t have in your current school. Your Irish classes take place at a certain time of day, and there’s nothing you can do about it. But when you opt for Online Irish Grinds, you’re in control of your time and can decide whether to join in the live classes or catch up via the recorded option.

This is a really important point to consider. If you’ve got extra-curricular activities and a busy study load already, it makes real sense to be able to dip in and dip out whenever it suits you. If possible, however, we recommend that you join the live classes as part of your Online Irish Grinds as this lets you interact with your tutor and highlight any issues or difficulties that you may be experiencing.

And speaking of tutors, your current teacher will be one of the most able authorities on whether or not you need Online Irish Grinds, so make sure to include him or her in your deliberations. Teachers are extremely experienced in assessing the abilities of their students, and are very well placed to guide you in your decision as to whether you need Leaving Cert Irish Grinds.

It’s also worth mentioning that if you’re really serious about your Irish studies, there’s never been a better time to be part of a resurgent language movement. By way of example, the Oscar nomination for An Cailín Ciúin has catapulted the language onto the global stage.

And while this may not amass any points for you in your Leaving Cert, isn’t it uplifting to think that taking Leaving Cert Irish Grinds could put you in such a stronger connection with your native tongue and your native culture?

WE should point out at this stage of our blog that deciding to opt for Online Irish Grinds is not a decision that should be taken lightly. There’s absolutely no point in paying for Leaving Cert Irish Grinds if you don’t have the time to get the best from the tuition.

So before you do anything about Online Irish Grinds, take out your study plan and see if you’ve got the bandwidth to take on some additional study. And if your study plan is full to the brim, can you make any time savings in your extra-curricular activities?

If you can find a few hours a week out of your socialising ‘budget’ or your sporting activities, then maybe it’s worth making that big push between now and June.

No matter what you do, however, we wish you all the best on the big day.