Taking exams can be a really stressful time, but learning a few simple strategies to improve your revision skills can make a big difference. Stress management is also really important – a little bit of stress at this time of year is normal and can actually enhance your exam performance. But too much is not good for you.
In the next few sections you’ll find lots of useful links to help you boost your revision skills and manage your stress levels. Remember, you’ve worked really hard this year – now is the time to show off everything you’ve learned and get the examination grades you deserve.
Students have been given an individual exam timetable showing when their exams are. This runs from 14th May until 14th June for most Year 11. If you need another copy, your child’s tutor can provide that.
Exam boards can give you lots of information on what you should know (specifications) and how you will be assessed (past papers). Our GCSE exam boards are:
Our Revision Programme
To support your child to revise, we will be running a range of sessions before and after school
This article may be designed for university students but the holistic approach is just right for a 16 year old.
Coping With Pressure
A document produced by Ofqual and Liverpool John Moores University on stress and anxiety at exam times
Subject Support & General Revision
Your child’s teacher will have given them links to different websites to support their learning. Here are some useful links: