Where's your favourite place to revise? In the library, in your bedroom, under a tree? It's revision time, and we're thinking of you; revising can be tough! Take a look at our infographic 'Ten Top Tips for Revision Success!' and see if we can help.
studybuzz: “ 24.12.15 // there is no such feeling like being over-excited for the new year and updating your bullet journal accordingly. also, happy holidays, everybody! (happy christmas eve, too, if...
adorkablepercabeth: This is something I made today. Maybe I’ll make a studyblr and make more of these, but for now I’m just posting it on here. // A few things you can do to make yourself more motivated to study.
reviseordie: The first of hopefully more posts targeting some of my most popular questions. This one is to answer all the asks I receive about my own personal (and general) study tips. Hope you all like!
The revision power hour is the best way to revise as it helps you with revising content, working on your exam technique and getting feedback on your work. Get a free download of this infographic as well as detail on the process when you click on the image. #revision #revisiontips #studytips
I’ve had quite a few asks in my inbox from GCSE students asking for general advice, so o jotted down a few little things I learnt/that I think are important. Hope they’re ok for you guys! (Think I’ve tagged every possible GCSE subject haha) || Ideas and inspiration for teaching GCSE English || www.gcse-english.com ||
www.innerdrive.co.uk What should students be thinking about the night before an exam (apart from their revision)? Are some thoughts more helpful than others? We’ve looked through the research from the world of sport to find 7 tips to help people achieve the right mindset before a big event. Positive Imagery – Visualising successful performance has been found …