It is no secret GCSE & A-levels have become harder. In order to score top grades, you have to learn how to manage your time and study effectively in order to ensure that you are prepared for anything the exam may throw at you. Don’t worry though, we have
Your mock exams are a great chance to practice for the real thing and get a sense of where you are and how much you have left to do to get the best results in your final exams. Despite that, it can still be easy to lose motivation and avoid
When it comes to Economics, the LSE is one of the most prestigious places to study, and this interview with Rupom will shed some light on what that experience is like. SnapRevise: What did you study at A-level? Rupom: I studied Economics, Biology, Geography and Maths. SR: What drew you
A-level mocks can be stressful, which is why we've compiled an awesome guide of the best tips and tricks by students who have aced their A-levels. 1. Gather your study materials before you start Snacks, water, textbooks, paper - anything everything else you’ll need. The more times you get
Oxford is one of the most historic universities in the world, and in this interview with Kriti, we'll shed some light on what it is like to study there. SnapRevise: What did you study at A-level? Kriti: I studied Physics, Maths, Further Maths and Art - I wanted to have
Medicine is one of the most challenging subjects to study at University, and this interview with Lydie and Hazal who attend Barts University will shed some light on what it's like to study Medicine. SnapRevise: What did you study at A-level? Lydie: I studied Physics in Year 12, and then
Durham is a big student town, and this interview with Emma who studied Natural Sciences will shed some light on what it's like to attend Durham University. SnapRevise: What did you study at A-level? Emma: I studied Biology, Chemistry and Maths. SR: What do you learn on a Natural Sciences
Studying at Cambridge is a unique experience, and this interview with Fran who studied Natural Sciences will shed some light on what it's like to attend Cambridge. SnapRevise: What did you study at A-level? Fran: I studied Biology, Chemistry, Maths and German at A-level. SR: What drew you to your
Whenever you speak to older students, they always seem to say the same thing: I wish I’d started revising sooner. You might then wonder how early is too early. At GCSE, you can almost get away with revising at the last minute, but with A-Levels, being a step above
One of the most important skills that you can learn during your A-Levels and GCSEs is how to set up an effective daily routine. Having an effective routine will allow you to be as productive as possible, so here are the steps that you can take to set one up.
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