Top tips for revision sessions
Exams are creeping up which means it's time to knuckle down and get that revision done!
Take a look at tips for getting through and revising effectively as possible...
Getting a good nights sleep is key. You're never going to be able to focus after just a couple of hours shut-eye. If it's taking you a while to doze off, have a look at this bloggers tips. Housemates keeping you awake? Remind them of Quiet Hours in Halls!
Find your study territory
Deciding where to study is an important decision. Laying in bed won't help you concentrate so aim to sit upright at a desk and keep any potential distractions away!
Start early, finish early
Don't be tempted by that extra 15 minutes in bed! Make the most of the early morning sunshine and start your revision first thing. That gives you more time in the evening to enjoy some downtime.
Food is your friend Make sure you fuel up before a big revision session. Have a filling breakfast and make sure you stock up on healthy snacks rather than be tempted by chocolates from the vending machines!
A quick walk to the shop or a gym class will get that heart pumping which feeds the brain oxygen, making you more productive and less stressed.
Come up with a timetable
Creating a schedule will ensure you take regular breaks and avoid procrastination. Write it up and stick it on your wall.
Practice, practice, practice
Get used to exam technique by using past papers, it'll help you get into the right mindset and test your knowledge.
Revision might be the last thing you want to do but remember it'll be worth it in the end! Go into that exam with a positive attitude and you'll smash it!
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