Posts Tagged ‘GCSE revision’

What’s your secret revision weapon?

Monday, April 24th, 2017

Facing GCSE or A Level exams can feel like you’re stepping into battle! And there’s no turning back… So, you have to decide right now: are you going in fully armed ready to take on anything? Or will you have no plan of attack and simply try and dodge the bullets? Metaphors aside, what’s one of […]

Summer Exams Countdown…

Monday, March 28th, 2016

The clocks going forward heralds exam season. A wake-up call for many GCSE and A level students embarking on the busiest three months of their education so far. It’s often a time when the realisation sets in for many a youngster that their future depends on passing key exams. With that comes panic. First things first: don’t […]

How To Create Your Revision Timetable

Monday, January 18th, 2016

For many of you taking exams in the summer term after Easter, it’s essential to get your revision underway now. Now’s the best time to perfect your revision timetable, and to address any grey areas you’ve always struggled with. Leaving this until after Easter will cause panic. So instead, here are some practical revision suggestions to […]

Is Your Child Under Pressure?

Monday, November 30th, 2015

It’s easy to forget with the term winding down to Christmas that many children feel under pressure to succeed this time of year. Since many Eleven Plus exams are often held just after Christmas – Stockport Grammar school’s is in January, for instance – December is most definitely a revision month. GCSE and A Level students […]