Leaving revision to the last minute can be really stressful. So what do you do, if you know you haven’t done enough? Do what you can Everyone knows the first rule of revision – don’t leave it until the last
Exams can be stressful. Check out some top tips from n2k and also 2004 Teacher of the Year, Phil Beadle. Revision Plan, plan, plan The key to revision is planning your time properly. That means making a revision timetable and
Are you totally sorted when it comes to your studying or does your attention wander? Is your life tight and timetabled or is your last minute your best? Take our quiz to find out your studying style. 1. Your science
If you’re taking your mock exams after Christmas, take a look at our guide to making sure you’re all set. Make a plan Mocks may not be the real thing, but you’ll still need to revise for them. Work out
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With mocks coming up, everybody’s thoughts are turning to revision. It’s not easy to sit yourself down and do some serious study, but we got in touch with fantastic learning site skoool.co.uk, who gave us these tips for effective revision.
No matter what you’re studying – GCSEs, A-levels or even Key Stage 3 National Tests – the web can help you out with your revision. Revising Some basic revision tips include: Start your revision in good time and plan a