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GCSEStudying for your GCSE‘s can be a big challenge. The stress of preparing for your exams and the large amount of work that you need to revise can be overwhelming, particularly when your teachers are too busy to give you much one to one help. However, there are plenty of websites that can support you with your studies and even to help you to cope with your exam nerves.

Revision websites like Bitesize and gcsEASE can provide some useful support, particularly if you are looking for study tips for a particular type of exam or assessment. For example, you can find tips on Bitesize for speaking and listening exams for language courses, or advice on creating a portfolio for some of the vocational GCSEs supported on gcsEASE. However, there are also some good resources online that can provide more general advice on study skills and exam technique. Learning how to make the most of your revision time and how to approach different types of exam questions can make a big difference to your stress levels and to your success in your GCSEs.

Some of the exam boards also provide support on their websites that can help you to understand what is expected of you in your assessments and exams. You can also find some good study tips on some of these sites. The AQA website has some good advice on revision and what to expect on exam day, which you might find useful even if you are studying with a different exam board. Knowing what will happen in the exam room can make a big difference when you are sitting your first big exams.

The Education Scotland site has some particularly good advice written for students studying the Scottish equivalent of GCSEs. The tips for second/third level students will be very useful if you want to learn how to make the most of your time in class and how to use techniques such as mind maps to understand complex topics. This is the best place to start looking for study support as the site covers all of the main skills that you will need during your course. It can help you if you are finding it difficult to adjust to your GCSE workload or if you need help keeping up with the work you are being asked to do in any of your classes.

If you want some more help with your studies, the Open University website also has some good tips. Although some of the advice here goes beyond what is expected of you at GCSE level, many of the sections on skills like note taking will be very useful. The advice on handling exam stress is also very good on this site.

Another good resource is the study guide created by the publisher Collins, which includes some practical advice on note taking and other study skills, as well as some good tips on how to manage your time and cope with exam stress. This site will be very useful when you are getting ready for your exams, as many of the tips will help you to come up with a good revision strategy.

The practical study tips provided by these sites can be very useful, but if you are feeling stressed or anxious about your exams, you can also find some good support online that will help you to cope with your nerves. The best place to look for help if you are feeling worried about your exams or any other problems that might be affecting your studies is the Childline website, which has some great advice on coping with your GCSEs. You can find tips here that will help you to relax, to get a good night’s sleep before your exams, or to boost your confidence and help you to think about the future. You can also call Childline to speak to an advisor if you would like to talk to someone about your worries.

If you are looking for more one to one support, Tutorhub can connect you to a personal tutor who will be able to support you through your GCSE’s. Sometimes it helps to have some individual attention, and when your teachers are too busy to provide it, an online tutor can be an important source of support.

 

 

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