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Revision Season 2015

Exams are looming. Here are a series of 'Revision Season' articles to help you prepare for your Exams.

1: Mental Preparation

Mental Prep

Poor exam results are often caused by a negative mindset such as stress, anxiety and a lack of self-belief. Use these tips to stay positive!

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S-cool Student's Favourite Revision Methods

In a recent poll, S-cool users were asked their favourite method of revision.

A majority (36%) preferred Revision Cards help them remember their facts and figures, although a quarter of students chose ‘Winging it’ (24%) as their fave method! (Tsk Tsk)

This was followed by using Video or Audio as a revision method at 18%, Highlighting at 14% and ‘With friends’ came last with just 8% of the vote.


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