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  • Tutor Doctor's Tips to Help You Ace Your Mock Exams
    Tutor Doctor's Tips to Help You Ace Your Mock Exams

    With mock exam season now upon us for most students, it’s easy for students to either get stressed out or not put in enough effort. Even though mock exams don’t count towards your final grade, the better you do, the more likely it’ll be that you’ll excel ...

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  • Balancing Revision and Fun Over the Holidays
    Balancing Revision and Fun Over the Holidays

    The Christmas holidays are a time of celebration - good food, lots of parties and time spent with family and friends. However, for those sitting GCSE and A Level exams soon, it also means the holidays involve lots of revision and studying. We know how ...

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

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  • 5 Revision Tips to Help Prepare for Mock Exams Over the Christmas Break
    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. As Christmas is usually a busy time full of family gatherings and other festivities, it can be tricky to stay motivated and keep on top of studying. ...

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  • Teaching Children How to Tackle Bullying
    Teaching Children How to Tackle Bullying

    Anti-Bullying Week 2018 runs from the 11 th -15 th of November. For more information on how to get involved click here. With bullying affecting over one million young people every year, it’s important that it’s taken seriously and children aren’t just told ...

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