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.
Your A-levels certainly are a step up from your GCSEs, but that does not mean there are not things you learnt at GCSE level that will apply to your A-levels. There are plenty of takeaways and lessons you can use once you start Year 12, and here are some of
Before you head back to school in September, it is a good idea to acclimatise yourself back into learning by taking the necessary steps in preparing to attend lessons and learn again. Here are a few things we recommend you do at the start of term! 1. Familiarise yourself with
Before you’re sat down and ready to start studying at home, it’s important you take some steps to ensure you have an effective session. Here are some of our tips that will help you create a good workspace allowing you to stay focused. 1. Find a good spot
When moving up to sixth form or college, you will often find yourself with a lot more free time than you are expected to use for studying. For some students, this may be an exciting prospect because it means you can have a little more control over your studies. However,
Many people struggle to find the right revision technique for them when it comes to exams, particularly as there are countless methods that people use when studying, so it’s important that you try and find out which one works best for you. Here are some ideas that’ll help
Something that will be incredibly helpful in guiding you through what you should be revising is each exam board’s subject specification document. For example, the OCR A-Level Biology specification will list out exactly what will be taught and covered in exams, from cell biology to ecology. When you know
Before taking a driving test, it’s likely that you’ll drive a few of the prospective routes with your instructor. This is the same principle as doing a past paper - what you’re doing is familiarising yourself with the situation, so when you walk in on exam day,
A-levels are well known for causing stress levels to rise among students, which is something that makes trying to revise incredibly difficult. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of seven things you can do to combat A-level exam stress! 1. Take a break Unlike a machine,
We all have moments when revising everything seems like an impossible task, and when that happens it can be easy for revision to get out of hand and pile up. Here are 6 steps you can take to ensure that doesn’t happen! 1. Do your homework when it is
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