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50+ Free Revision Resources for GCSE, A-Level, SATs and 11+ 2024

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As exam time looms, there is always lots of revision to be done.

But fortunately there is a lot of help available; whether you are revising for SATs, 11+, GCSEs, iGCSEs, A-Levels, Scottish Highers and Advanced Highers, International Baccalaureate, BTECs or even degree level revision.

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So here is eParenting's big guide to revision websites with general revision advice, help with study skills and revision timetables and notes and help for specific subjects.

If you are worring about your exams here are 5 Top Tips for Stress-Free Exams from author and Teacher Of The Year Phil Beadle. One sure-fire way to reduce your strees leveles at revision time is to have a plan! Download this free printable Revision Timetable Template to help you get organised with all your revision

Revision Help for All Subjects

These are the best websites with help for a range of subjects to help you with your revision at what ever stage you are at, from primary school to GCSEs and A-Level.

Home educators in the UK will find lots of useful in formation in these UK Homeschooling Resources, which also include websites where you can get help to support your child's education if they attend school as well.

Subject Specific Revision Websites

Check the UK standard school term dates 2024 - 2025 for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and find out when the kids will be on holiday from school to get on with their revision...

How To Revise - Study Skills

These are websites that can give some solid advice on study skills, how to plan a revison timetable and how to work effectively.

Different revision methods work for different people. Some people find mind-mapping works for them, others prefer to create revision cards or test their knowledge. Some techniques have been shown to be more effective than others, and this article from BBC news shows which revision techniques work and which ones are ineffective.

However the message that all these sites give the the same: the most imortant revision technique is to start early.

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Maths Help

Some of these websites are aimed at younger children, these sites have lots of activities that sneak the maths into a fun game. Others are focused on GCSE and A-Level

SATs Revision

11+ Study Websites

Revision Resources

GCSE Specific Sites

A Level Specific Sites

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Apps For Concentration

Finally, If you are easily distracted while revising, here are a couple of apps to help you.

Paid Online Resources

These are some more online resources which require a subscription or a one-off fee for certain courses.

Exam Boards

Visit the exam board websites for up to date information on exams, and to download past papers to practise with. Many also have helpful advice on revising and sitting exams.

You can also check on the current syllabus for the subjects that you are studying and exam timetables.

Is there a website that has helped you with your revision? Let us know so that we can add it to this list.

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