- Create a revision timetable- perhaps a two week rotation to keep things interesting. Fill in all of the subjects you study and make sure to timetable breaks in so that your brain can have a rest. I would suggest up to an hour and a half's revision per night.
- make a list of topics in each subject area you know you need to focus on. This is a good way to make sure you feel confident with the things now so that you don't panic when it comes to the day before the exams and you still don't know everything!
- Use all resources your teachers give you and any guides and workbooks you have purchased- they're expensive, but worth it! Also always remember that your teachers should run revision classes and be happy to help you on anything you're struggling with- they don't want you to fail!
- Remember that as long as you revise and do the best you can, the results will be a true image of how good you are- if you try hard, you're already one step closer to winning.
I hope these steps help you in some way to be in the right mindset for revision, no matter which school year you are in. Remember to start revising earlier rather than later!