#1 Turn off Facebook – TSR Student Panel share their revision tips

Don't use Facebook when revising

The TSR Student Panel have been giving advice to others during the busy exam period to help them ace their GCSE and A-Level exams.

Amelia (17) – Studying A Levels

Has a place at uni riding on her exams this year and her top tips to achieve this are to avoid revising with friends who easily distract you, keep music turned down and stick to calm tunes as opposed to heavy metal, have a target to achieve, make lists and stay off Facebook.
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Rory (21) – Final year university student

Believes you can get top marks by following just “3 easy steps”, starting with finding out what you don’t know.
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Natalie (18) – Studying A Levels

Thinks that it’s important to be prepared and organised when it comes to revision and take frequent breaks to stay alert.
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Nick (20) – On a gap year

Has already been through the stress of A-Level exams and recommends hand writing notes as opposed to typing them and then learning them repeatedly until the notes are no longer needed. He also favours classical music and also says Facebook should be avoided.
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Jake (19) – On a gap year

Wants students to learn from his mistakes as it’s only a few weeks of work that will better their future and open doors to go to university.
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