19. Recognise achievements by rewarding yourself for your hard work. But be honest with yourself! Remember to reward yourself for your hard work. Make a promise to yourself at the start of every day of revision that, if you complete all of the tasks you have set yourself for the day, you will reward yourself…

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16. Fill your lungs! Get your daily dose of fresh air by ensuring you spend some time outside each day. Take time during your revision period to spend at least half an hour outside in the fresh air. There are many ways in which you could combine this with completing a productive activity – for…

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13. ‘Double double’ to prevent pen trouble! Ensure you have correct amount of stationary. Rather than packing your stationary in a rush the evening before each exam, make a checklist during the weeks beforehand of all the items you require to take into each paper. The evening before each exam refer to your checklist and…

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10. Revise on the go! Make use of the time you spend travelling each day by keeping flashcards of key points from each of your subjects with you at all times. Whether your journeys are made by bus, or train, last hour, or half – make every minute count by taking flashcards with you. Write…

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7. Count those sheep and catch those Zzzzz’s! Ensure you get adequate amounts of sleep during your revision and examination period. It has been scientifically proven that sleep helps memories to consolidate. At least half an hour before you plan to go to bed ensure that you turn off all electronic items. Use that half…

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4. Revision does not have to be static! Combine revision with exercise. Build exercise into your revision programme. You can exercise your body and your mind at once! Record yourself reciting revision points and listen to them whilst on a jog or brisk walk, or do a circuit session with each exercise relating to a…

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Below is a  full list of 21 Exam Boosting Tips according to Megan Smith – enjoy  the read and I hope you found them thought provoking. Make a detailed revision plan, and stick to it! ‘Failing to prepare, is preparing to fail’ – indeed, this should be your mantra throughout your revision period. Take time…

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1. Make a detailed revision plan and stick to it! ‘Failing to prepare, is preparing to fail’ – indeed, this should be your mantra throughout your revision period. Take time to map-out a detailed revision plan in order to ensure you have revised every topic at least twice, and completed timed past-paper questions on that…

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