Exams are becoming a significantly more important part of a student’s overall mark and, from 2017, most subjects will be 100% examination. Whilst we do all we can at the school to provide outstanding lessons, after school revision and support materials, students will not achieve their full potential without revising in their own time.
On this page you can find useful links to websites that help with revision at A level. We encourage all students and parents to use this guidance to prepare and manage a thorough revision schedule during exam periods and are happy to offer further support in planning this if needed. Our examinations officer is Miss Kelvie (firstname.lastname@example.org) and our sixth form study supervisor is Mrs Cheval (email@example.com).
Examination Timetable 2017
We are currently collating this and will publish it here- you should have these dates from your teachers. The examinations are colour-coded: green for GCSE examinations (including Maths and English language GCSE resit); orange for GCE (A levels).
Revision Tips and Techniques
These websites have lots of different features to recommend, including articles about revision stress and how to revise effectively.
A Level Mindset
We have been completing lots of activities in progress time based on the brilliant research undertaken by Oakes and Griffin in their book ‘A Level Mindset‘. Here are some of the revision timetables, guides and help-sheets that we have created and you have used in progress time alongside these sessions.
Click here to watch a helpful video about how to create a revision timetable.
Click here for The Revision Questionnaire.
Click here for the Skills Target Diagrams.
Subject Specific Online Revision
For more subject specific websites recommended by your teachers, click here and you will see a page with lots of links to help you with your specific subjects.
These are the main exam boards for all GCSE and A level subjects. On these websites, you can access helpful support guides and past papers to practice. Simply use the search bar to look up the subject of your choice. Examiners’ reports are also published here and talk about the common mistakes that cost previous candidates marks.