There’s no two ways about it, revision season is tough! You’ve totted up how many hours of exams are ahead of you, your notes are piled up and you’ve got a countdown on your phone to when it’s all done and dusted – so at some point you should probably start actually, well, revising? If you don’t have your head in the game yet, don’t panic! We’ve gathered a wealth of revision tips from our current students; so here it is, from one generation of Essex students to the next.
We asked our students for tips on how to revise and they answered in their droves. Here are some of our favourite pieces of revision advice to help you tackle revision season:
We’d be lying if we tried to tell you that revision season won’t be stressful. We understand the pressure, we really do, and we want to alleviate that as much as possible. Looking after number one should be your top priority throughout revision and exam season, here’s how:
An empty stomach and revision are not a good match. Keep your stomach full of the right stuff and you’ll be ready to tackle it all. According to our students, your cupboard should be stocked with: