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How to help your child with their revision

Helping your child with revising can be a challenging task, but with the right approach, you can make the process easier and more effective.

Here are some tips to help your child with revising:

Create a study schedule

Help your child create a study schedule that includes time for revision. Break down the topics into manageable sections, and allocate specific time slots for each section.

Set achievable goals

Set realistic goals with your child, such as completing a certain number of practice questions or mastering a particular topic.

Make it fun

Try to make revision as fun and engaging as possible. Use games, quizzes, and other interactive tools to make learning more enjoyable.

Use past papers

Practising past papers can be an effective way to revise for exams. It helps your child understand the format of the exam and identify areas that need more focus.

Offer support

Be available to answer your child's questions and provide support throughout the revision process. You can also offer to go over topics with them if they are struggling.

Provide a distraction-free environment

Ensure that your child has a quiet and distraction-free environment to study. This will help them to focus and retain information better.

Encourage breaks

Encourage your child to take breaks during revision sessions. Regular breaks can help them to recharge and stay focused.

Reward progress

Celebrate your child's progress and achievements along the way. This can motivate them to continue working hard and achieving their goals.

Remember, every child is different, and what works for one may not work for another. Be patient, supportive, and flexible in your approach to revision to help your child achieve their full potential. However, if you believe your child needs additional help with their revision, contact Prepped on 01284 658777 or email


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