We have notes in ALL the subjects we offer. You are unable to find these notes anywhere else. Notes are't a substitute for revision, however when combining them with the slides, tests and worksheets - it becomes an effective revision tool.
We have worksheets in ALL the subjects we offer. As mentioned in the advices, doing worksheets is essential when it comes to preparation for mock exams and real exams in school.
Using revision guides is not enough, as it doesn't allow you to apply your knowledge. Putting pen to paper is what makes the real connections in your brain.
When you're stuck on a worksheet or test, you are able to ask any question to our team. Due to being an ExamQA Plus member, your questions will have priority over non-ExamQA Plus members on the forum. Asking questions is an essential part of learning, so we encourage users to ask as many questions as possible!
For Science, we offer AQA, Edexcel, OCR A (Gateway) and OCR B (21st Century).
For Maths, we offer AQA, Edexcel and OCR.
For English, we offer English Language and Literature.
This knowledge, now, is creeping into your long-term memory. At the end of week, simply stop learning new topics and review all the topics you learnt throughout the week - by using the slides. This will take just 3 minutes per topic (not long) and you will act as knowledge retention. Moving from a 5 to a 9 is not hard, you just need to keep organised.
Reading over notes on a topic you’ve freshly learnt is an effective method of revision.
Review new material. Without a quick review, you’ll quickly forget what you learned. Revisiting the material the next day, even for just 5-10 minutes, prevents this. It’s essentially reinforcing your existing knowledge, which ultimately saves you time in the learning process.
Our videos have been made by teachers who have unbelievable, amazing track-record of students getting A*s (9’s).