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How to schedule time for your revision

How to schedule time for your revision

We take time – and filling it – for granted. But using it well isn’t something that happens by accident and it isn’t always something that comes naturally. The good news is that it is a simple skill to learn. And that can quickly become second nature. Although The...

How to schedule time for your revision

We take time – and filling it – for granted. But using it well isn’t something that happens by accident and it isn’t always something that comes naturally. Follow our three simple steps to planning time effectively

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Free Study Summary Template

Free Study Summary Template

Following the popularity of our Personalised Study Summaries for GCSEs, we’re providing the template for all year groups. This downloadable A4 template can be used in all year groups and any subject with an end-of-year test. Simply print and create your own study...

On top of your GCSE studies? Check ✔

On top of your GCSE studies? Check ✔

The combination of remote learning and many months of disruption means that many GCSE year students aren't sure where they are with their studies. To help students - and parents - keep an eye on how they are doing, we are introducing personalised Study Summaries....

What to do, when you’ve done all the work?

What to do, when you’ve done all the work?

Schools are mostly managing brilliantly to set work for secondary school aged children. But it is obviously difficult to manage a virtual classroom set up. What we're finding - with year 10 and year 9 in particular is that work is being set to be completed before a...

Creating your GCSE revision schedule – knowing ‘when’

Creating your GCSE revision schedule – knowing ‘when’

Knowing exactly what you have to do is the starting point. But committing to do it – and seeing it through – is critical to success! We’ve all been in a situation where time just seems to have disappeared. That one thing you had to do, that you put off. At the start...

Building the backlog

Building the backlog

There’s an old African proverb: How do you eat the elephant? – One bite at a time. Sometimes staring into a really big task – revising for your GCSEs, for example – can seem really overwhelming. Scary almost. It might seem to us to be unachievable. Especially if we...

Time for a check up?

Time for a check up?

Exam time is looming. It’s natural to start to feel anxious. But this isn’t the time to blindly panic. What you need is a plan so you know if you need to panic with conviction. Even those who have been revising for a while may feel a little shaky about how exam ready...

I’ve received my Study Buddy Bundle. Now what?

Your board and GCSE Revision sets have arrived. The untapped potential is about to be, well, tapped. It's great that you’re open to this approach bringing about a bit of a transformation. But of course, that's just the first step. After all, just because you get gym...

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