Dealing with exam stress
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, including exercise, healthy recipes and colouring. We've also got advice on how to stop worrying if you think your exam didn't go too well.
In the run up to exams, A Level student Tierney is keeping a diary to document her revision struggles, and share some advice on how to combat them.
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Revision getting you down? Exercise could be the answer! Read the top four ways exercise has been proven to effectively help exam stress and revision
One of our students shares her top five tips for how to cope with exams and deadlines if you suffer from anxiety.
Are you feeling stressed by the amount of revision or exams you have? Or do you tend to panic just before going in to an exam? Our mindfulness and breathing techniques can help you.
Find out how colouring can help you keep exam stress at bay. Try it out yourself with our free colouring PDF!
We've all been there - the worry, the waffle-filled answers, the mental cries for help. Here's some tips to stop worrying get the better of you.
No amount of revision could prepare these people for what happened in the exam room. No matter how wrong you think it may go, it really won't be this bad.
If you're worried about failing (and who isn't) just know there are plenty of other options available for you. There's still time to make sure you ace those exams though, here's a guide to help.
Walked out of your exam fearing the worst? Most people do! Here’s how to tell if your exam didn't go well or if you're worrying over nothing.
As we're all told, 'breakfast is the most important meal of the day'. So make sure you're eating the right kind. Oats are perfect for brain power and this recipe makes them far less boring than normal.
Need a cheap easy lunch to keep you on track and focused during your revision packed afternoons? Our expert says these salmon pittas tick all the right boxes.
Is breakfast still the most important meal if you don't wake up until the afternoon? This sweet potato and tuna meal with give you all the power you need to revise long into the evening.
Perfect for a quick pick-up or as a tasty start to the day at breakfast, this easy recipe will give you the energy boost needed to hit the books.
If you’ve been revising hard and need a one person sized treat, this chocolate mug cake will do the job. It even has some brain food inspired ingredients.
Who needs words when you have emojis?! Find out which emoji sums up your revision process! It's a revision emoji takeover!
So you've walked out of your last exam and the first thing you want to do is catch up on sleep. But what else will you do during all those summer days ahead? Here's some ideas.