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Revision Tips

Revising for your GCSEs: Using the Internet

Managing your revision

Knowing that you’ve organised your revision and have a plan of action can be a tremendous relief.  If you plan a revision timetable carefully, you can manage your workload, plan time to relax, play sports or whatever you like to do to unwind, and reward yourself for working hard.

The following sites offer useful tips on how to revise and how to plan your own revision timetable.

This BBC website had lots of tips on how to revise.
www.bbc.co.uk/education/levels/z98jmp3

An excellent website by Collins, the educational publishers. Includes a revision timetable creator that does some of the work for you! It takes a couple of minutes to register, but is worth the effort.
www.activerevision.com

Student-friendly tips on how to prepare for your exams without getting stressed
www.s-cool.co.uk

Revision skills

Use these links for revision tips and skills.
www.gcse.com/revision.htm Three pages of revision tips for GCSE Students
www.getrevising.co.uk/ Revision notes on a range of subjects.

Learning and testing yourself

What do you do if you missed vital lessons, or weren’t paying attention, or lost the notes? It’s not too late to catch up on missed topics, if you know where to look.

An excellent website by Collins, the educational publishers. Great online tests to help you check your knowledge in English, Maths and Science. It takes a couple of minutes to register, but is worth the effort.
www.activerevision.com

S-Cool revision guides cover Biology, Chemistry, English, Food Tech, French, Geography, Maths, PE and Physics.
www.s-cool.co.uk/subject_index.

The BBC’s site has revision sessions for a wide range of subjects, presented as games, puzzles and short learning exercises.
www.bbc.co.uk/education

Revision links for all subjects

Use these links to find out information on all subjects.

Useful topic summaries for a wide range of GCSE subjects.
http://revisioncentre.co.uk

The BBC’s site has revision sessions for a wide range of subjects, presented as games, puzzles and short learning exercises.
www.bbc.co.uk/education

Revision notes on English, French, ICT, Maths and Physics
www.gcse.com

Revision guides on a range of subjects – stick with the free ones!
www.sparknotes.com

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Students are not expected to take any leave during this period.

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  1. Prompt start – students must be on school premises for 8:30am or before for morning exams.  For afternoon exams 12:45pm or before.
  2. Students MUST be in full uniform.
  3. Outdoor coats, bags and MOBILES must be placed in student lockers during exams.  School will not be liable if student belongings go missing.
  4. All students must assemble in the Atrium and will then be directed to exam rooms in candidate number order.
  5. Bottled water – This should be only water in a clear sports top bottle without any label is allowed in the exam
  6. Students must be equipped for exams.  Stationery may be purchased in the morning from school before 8:30am.
  7. When entering exam rooms students must respect invigilators instructions to remain silent.
  8. Copies of individual student timetable may be obtained from the Exams Office

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