Stressful times ahead as GCSE’s and A-Levels loom

The start of the year is often a stressful time for students who will be completing their A-levels or GCSE’s in May and June. With only a short time left before the exams start across the country, many students are trying to cram in revision as well as carry on with their lessons.
Undertaking revision has been proven to help improve grades and give pupils confidence when they head in to an exam, but often many people get overly worried and find revision too much.
When thinking about revision it is important to plan it out and come up with a timetable that also allows for downtime when you can put down the books and do something you enjoy.
Creating a timetable of what days and times you are going to do revision and then splitting it down further in to the subjects you are going to revise on which days can help you start with a clear mind.
Often schools, colleges and universities also try and focus the classes more on revision during the run up to these exams.
If you find that you are struggling then working with a friend can make revision less daunting and help you both practise what you need to.