Make revision easier: tips for revision to ease exam stress

When revising for exams, we often underestimate just how much mental and emotional strain we put ourselves through to get the results we want. Sometimes our mental health can suffer because of unhealthy revision habits, and we can compromise our performance because of this.  My aim is to provide some tips for healthy revision that … Continue reading Make revision easier: tips for revision to ease exam stress

My top 5 revision tips

As exam season fast approaches it’s important to begin to think about how best to manage, plan and utilise your time effectively. In this blog, I’ll go through my top 5 revision tips, which helped me be successful in exams. I hope they help you too! Start Revising Early! There’s nothing worse than leaving revision … Continue reading My top 5 revision tips

Top tips for revising

We asked some of our students to share their top revision tips: Chloe, BA English Plan lots of mini-breaks Revise what you don’t know, not what you do, even if it is the easiest option! Use lots of colour. Make your revision notes visually appealing so they’re nicer to look at. Xavier, LLB Law Don’t … Continue reading Top tips for revising

My top 3 revision tips

Make mind maps After doing your reading and revising the content, mind maps are a great way of creating an overview of the material you’ve covered for each topic. When I studied for my Literature A-Level, I made mind-maps for each character/theme and included quotes and elaboration in each of the branches. It helped condense … Continue reading My top 3 revision tips

Revision advice

Our current students share their revision advice to help you prepare for your exams. More revision advice from our students