The countdown has begun. For teenagers, it’s the season of revision notes, books, folders, endless cups of teas, bowls of almonds, laptops, typing, highlighting... the list goes on.
While the Easter holidays were a cause to celebrate and most likely involved receiving improbable amounts of chocolate, they also came with a dreaded catch. They marked the moment revision got serious.
Now the Easter holidays are over, reality has dawned. Preparing for exams is a big deal. On the other hand, it often feels more daunting than it really needs to be.
Exams and teenagers go together like revision and teenagers. To put it more bluntly, they don’t. If you know a teen taking GCSEs, AS-Levels, A-Levels or a degree, here are some tips on getting them (and yourself) through the whole taxing trauma without all of you dissipating into little puddles of panic or pandemonium.