Revision and Study Guides

Our range of student revision and study guides offer advice on a number of issues, including how to organise your exam revision, accurately proofreading your work, writing excellent essays, and more.

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We have come up with some steps that will help you write an excellent A-worthy essay in minimum time, regardless of your essay's purpose...
Check out these five best techniques on how to organize your notes during the lecture so that you can make sense of them in the future...
Here's a checklist of some significant writing mistakes and ways to avoid them....
Lets examine a few tips that can help you ace any English exam with panache and gusto....
How does having full control of your learning process sound like? Continue reading the article to find out more about self-directed learning and get our tips on how to take charge of your education. 
By identifying self-discipline methods more carefully and by putting them into practice, students across all parts of the UK can adequately prepare themselves for the process of learning new academic disciplines and skills online...
Keen to continue your education post-18 but not sure a university degree is the right fit for you? Don’t fret - you might be surprised how many options are available...
There are lots of benefits of theatre in education. Here, in this article, we will discuss the benefits...
Completing some research? These tips could help you make a flying start....
Top advice for exam preparation...
Printing and Binding a Dissertation: All There Is for You To Know
When do you actually figure out that it’s the right time to replace your current content provider? Read on to find out....
Let's consider the top universities in England and the USA where you can study remotely...
Want to earn college credits without having to take an actual class? Consider taking a CLEP exam!
Studying can also be fun, and this article is here to prove this point...
So how do you write a thesis that is compelling and convincing at the same time? Here are some tips to get you started...
Academic writing requires you to follow certain rules. If you do, it becomes easier...
Quite a few students half way through their A levels realise that they have chosen the wrong school, that the environment doesn’t suit them or that they haven’t done as well as they wanted to...
If you are disappointed with your GCSE results there’s always the option to retake...
Here are some tips to help you remain focused on getting things done...
Prof. John Benard, an academic writer with more than ten years of experience in the niche, will answer some of the most common questions students ask about essay writing....