The exam season is upon us and students will be looking to their teachers for revision and preparation tips. Carl Morris offers 11 pieces of advice to pass on to your GCSE and A level students
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Exams are fast approaching. We know this can be a stressful time of year for our students and with mental ill-health an on-going challenge for young people it is crucial we support them as best we can.

Revising for exams, whether they are “mission critical” for entry to university or further education or whether they are internal school exams, can seem like a long and drawn-out process.

So as teachers, how can you ensure your students’ revision is relevant, valuable, and efficient? And what can you do to help them feel more in control and to protect their mental health before and during exams? Here are 11 pieces of advice to discuss with your exam students.

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