Exam season is just around the corner and once your revision is done and the test is tomorrow, here’s our guide to getting ready from the night before.
Getting the examiner on your side of an paper can only help, so here’s our guide to making your exam answers those that will please the marker!
Passing an exam is more than just doing some revision and hoping for the best, homing your exam technique will help you make sure you can put all that knowledge onto paper.
Being good at procrastinating is a skill that all of us seem to develop as a student, often to our detriment.
Whether it’s GCSEs, A-Levels of University exams, these top six tips will help you get started to prepare for them!
As exam time rears its ugly head once more, we look at some ways of avoiding exam stress.
Understanding the question is often the hardest bit of any essay, but it doesn’t have to be.
Oral exams for language courses are perhaps the most difficult, most nerve wrecking and by far the most challenging to revise for.
GCSE grades will ditch their current A*-E grading system in favour of a numbered system in 2015.
Students have launched a petition to stop plans to ditch January exams for AS and A Levels.