GCSE revision: Study tips for every child sitting their GCSEs

Help your kids with their GCSE revision using these top 10 GCSE revision tips that every parent should know like using memory techniques and using past GCSE papers.

Helping your kids with GCSE revision can be a scary thought. Especially if school wasn’t your thing!

It is your teenager, however, that has to go through the pain of sitting the actual exams. Although you want to do everything you can for them, it’s a frustrating reality that only they alone can get that information into their head in time for exam day.

What you can do, however, is assure them that they’re not totally on their own – as we have put together a list of revision tips to help you guide them through the revision process!

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With such a broad range of subjects to study for, organising how to fit in time for everything from science to English revision can be daunting for your teenager.

It can be hard for kids determine how to tailor their revision to each different subject, and your teenager might not even be aware yet of what kind of learner they are – whether they be a kinetic, visual, or auditory learner.

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These GSCE revision tips will help your child tap into their learning potential, and engage with their subjects in a way that will help them understand and be able to recall key facts for their exams.

These GCSE revision tips also offer a really effective way for your kid to better manage their time and put together a study schedule that works best for them, if they usually have a difficult time with organisation.

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The run-up to GCSE exams can be a stressful time for both teenagers and parents alike, but with these revision tips we promise to make studying a much more manageable and, dare we say it, enjoyable experience for your child.

Here are our top 10 tips to help your child revise for their GCSEs and ease the stress of exam revision so they can achieve their full potential.