Make sure that you give yourself plenty of time to revise. Do not leave revision for the final days before the exam. Plan ahead and work steadily through it.
Make a revision plan
Creating a revision timetable can add structure to your revision and help you identify which exam subjects you need to prioritise to get better marks.
Do past papers
Doing past papers can really help you prepare for what type of questions you are likely to face as well as allowing you to manage your time in the exam.
Don't be scared - Relax
Although these are important exams, make sure that you stay calm and level headed. Good preparation before your exam will help with this.
Tips for your exams
There are many revision tips out there to help you maximise your studying and importantly to reduce your exam stress. Click on the button below to see what others say about preparing for your upcoming exams.
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This section will provide you with suggested exam techniques to help you prepare for your upcoming exams.
Don't forget our 6 tips for success in your exams!
READ – Read the questions carefully
WRITE – Write clearly
WORK OUT – If you have to, show your workings out
MONITOR – Watch that clock and pace yourself
CHECK – Double check your answers carefully