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6 Ways To Get Your Child Motivated At School

by Anita Naik

"School is boring." "These tests don't matter." What's the point of algebra?" "I hate maths." These are just some of the many widespread protests students make about school. If this rings true in your house and you're not seeing the progress you know your child is capable of, here's how to get your ...

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How To Revise For A-Level Biology

by Anita Naik

A-Level Biology covers a lot of ground, so ideally revision should take place throughout the year. To avoid this becoming tedious, it pays to use a variety of revision methods and resources. Knowing how to revise in a multitude of ways can help you to both retain the A-Level information you need and...

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A-Level History Revision

by Anita Naik

Revising for history A-level takes time and effort, as you need to know facts and then be able to turn these into persuasive arguments in your essays. Having facts, without the analysis won't get you a high-grade, neither will having the arguments, without crucial evidence to back your discussions u...

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5 Top Maths GCSE Resources For Students

by Anita Naik

Are you studying for your maths mocks or GCSEs? Fortunately, there are plenty of maths resources available online, that are free and easily accessible. These are a smart way to prime yourself for your exams, as they condense what you need to know and also test your knowledge. Here's a selection of o...

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Are Mock GCSEs Important?

by Anita Naik

Many students feel mocks are a waste of time and add pressure to an already pressurised year. Yet, mocks have an essential purpose in helping you prepare for your real exams, hone your revision methods and understand your exam technique.

Are the mock exams important?

Mocks are vital because they t...

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