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Just 15 minutes a day

If you spent just 15 minutes extra each school day you will have worked an extra 75 hours of revision by exams. Display this poster on your fridge and remember to make the most of your dead time like waiting for friends or eating breakfast.

Prevent the panic!

Check out these top tips to help deal with exam stress and prevent last minute panic.

English exam advice

Check out our top tips for good English exam habits.

Maths exam advice

Check out our top tips for good maths exam habits.

Revise, relax, repeat

Drive home revision with this motivational poster. Click on the image to download and save.

Revision techniques to help you remember more!

With the exams approaching fast these useful guides are a great way to give a final boost to your revision sessions.

Retrieval Practice
Retrieval practice is the act of trying to recall information without having it in front of you. Practice bringing information to mind for better results. It’s a great way to understand gaps in your knowledge so you can fill them before the exam.

Dual Coding
Dual coding is the theory that for successful retrieval of knowledge you need to combine both words and visuals. It’s the science behind why students get better results with GCSEPod. It’s a great way to mix up revision and ensure you remember more for the big day.

Interleaving
Interleaving is the theory that by revising more than one topic in each session you will make better links between them. Interleaving strengthens memory association. Repeating this process can reinforce connections and enhances learning.

Spaced Practice
Spaced practice is the theory that short, sharp bursts of learning are more effective than cramming.  The spaced revision is all about self-test during a number of revision sessions until you can accurately recall the target information from memory.

Top tips from fellow students

We asked your fellow students what helps them to revise for their exams. Here’s what they said…

Dealing with exam stress

Don’t let exam stress overwhelm you. Stay in control with these top tips.

To do list & exam checklist

Keep on top of all your work and be prepared for exams with these handy resources.

Revision tips

Revision can often feel like a chore, and there are a million things you’d rather be doing. Here’s some posters to help you re-think revision and feel a little bit more motivated.

Exam tips

Check out these helpful reminders to get you in the best state of mind to take on your exams. We know how crucial it is to get into the right state of mind before exams, so we put together some tips to help you get the most from the exam time.

Stay motivated this academic year!

Check out these top tips to get motivated for the new academic year.

Revision timetable

Use this template to help organise your revision schedule.