Looking for revision help for A Levels? We’ve got a load of helpful articles containing expert tips on how to revise for exams, how to make revision notes and when to start revising. There's also a free revision guide for you to download.
Don't know where to start with revision? You're not alone! If you're struggling to get organised or figure out which exam to focus on first, read our top tips from our experts and students to help you plan your studies.
Doing exams can be stressful and sometimes it's hard to not let it get to you. So to help you stay positive and motivated, we've put together some mindfulness techniques for you to try.Read more
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There's no need revise - you already smashed your mocks, but look for areas you may be able to improve on.Take the quiz
Just the thought of exams gives you cold sweats, so beat stress with relaxation techniques and a bit of fresh air.Take the quiz
Your mind is miles away and focusing makes you fidgety. Try revising with friends to help you concentrate.Take the quiz
Spending more time drinking coffee than making notes? Look for healthier ways to feel motivated - like exercise.Take the quiz
You're really organised and can always be found in the library, but remember to have fun and relax during exam time.Take the quiz
BTEC's are practical and there's no exam pressure, but it doesn't mean there's less work to do or less stress around deadline day. Here's some of the most common BTEC questions and answers to achieve distinction grades.Read more
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We understand that exam season is a stressful time for the whole household and classroom, not just the student taking part. So we've got some great advice for parents and teachers to make the revision period easier for you and your child or learners.Read more