An A-Z of Exam Survival: Taking the Stress Out of Exams and Revision
Exams are perhaps the worst moment of every student's life and the pressure that each student is under to achieve a good result is immense. This book will take some of the pain out of the process by providing students with the right tools to cope with the stress and deal with the work. Written in an informal and approachable style, this guide will provide GCSE and A-level students with all the information that they need in order to excel in their exams. It provides advice on: Planning a revision timetable; Efficient note taking and filing systems; The specific skills required for the revision of arts, maths and science subjects; Memory aids including spider diagrams, Mind Maps and mnemonics; Managing stress; Last minute revision tips and advice on coping in the exam itself; Top advice on succeeding with coursework.
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