Balancing Revision and Fun Over the Holidays

Balancing Revision and Fun Over the Holidays

For those sitting exams in January, it means the Christmas holidays involve lots of revision and studying. We know how stressful it can be preparing for exams, so here's some helpful ways students can balance revision and fun over the holidays.

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  • How to Create the Perfect Revision Timetable For Your Learning Style

    Knowing how to create the perfect revision timetable that works for you and is in line with your learning style is the key to effective revision. However, knowing where to start can be tricky, not to mention overwhelming. Here’s some helpful techniques which are sure to help you understand your learning style and different ways you can adapt your timetable to maximise each study session to your skillset.

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  • 5 Revision Tips to Help Prepare for Mock Exams Over the Christmas Break

    With mock exams approaching, it’s important for students to spend some of the Christmas holidays revising. Revision doesn’t have to ruin the Christmas holidays. Here are five tips to help students revise effectively throughout the Christmas break just in time for their mock exams.

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  • Teaching Children How to Tackle Bullying

    With bullying affecting over one million young people every year, it’s important that it’s taken seriously and children aren’t just told to ‘toughen up.’ If your child is being bullied, it important that as parents you always step in. Start by helping your child learn strategies they can use to tackle bullying. This can help them feel more confident, less powerless and know how to improve the situation if it arises.

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  • 10 practical strategies to stop procrastinating when studying

    Do you ever find yourself constantly checking social media, watching videos and browsing the internet while your assignment deadlines are looming? Even though you know you should be focusing on your studies, you still can’t seem to motivate yourself to do anything. It’s safe to say procrastination is a bad habit that everyone is familiar with. When we procrastinate, we waste our time and postpone important tasks we s

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  • Working with Schools: How Tutor Doctor Helped

    With Pupil Premium funding on the rise in the UK, lots of schools are now turning towards personalised tutoring programmes to help students reach their academic goals. Across the country, many academic institutions already rely on Tutor Doctor’s services because we know how to help students achieve results and tailor every session to ensure national curriculum standards are met.

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  • 10 Interesting Facts about Guy Fawkes Night for Your Kids

    Every 5th of November, the UK celebrates Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night. Even though most kids associate fireworks displays and big bonfires with this night, there’s a lot of interesting history behind this day for them to learn. Here’s 10 interesting facts you can teach them about Guy Fawkes Night.

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