Are you worried about academic study skills and exam revision?

Gearing up for GCSE, A Level or university exams? Struggling to write up research or embarking on professional exams? When you don’t know HOW to study, stress can be a huge challenge.

Without a plan, revision can be overwhelming. Disorganisation can be a huge distraction. And if you’re prone to procrastination, it’ll lead to even more frustration.

The good news is that ineffectual habits can be shifted. Study skills can be learned. Revision techniques can be practiced. And when you discover an approach that works for YOU, there’s no limit to success.

Most importantly, when you understand what revision entails, you’ll be more productive. And you’ll avoid those crucial mistakes before and during exams.

That’s why time management, organising and revision study skills make such a difference.

Study skills not only enhance academic performance; they also boost motivation and confidence.

Being organised will set you up for success whatever you choose to do after school. And whatever your career path, time management and productivity are skills for life.

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What are exam revision and academic study skills?

There’s no standard way to study or to prepare for exams. That’s why it’s so important to find techniques that work for you as an individual.

Study skills coaching covers a range of issues, including:

  • Planning a study schedule
  • Setting goals and tracking progress
  • Organising study materials, especially paperwork
  • Taking notes in different formats
  • Overcoming procrastination and perfectionism
  • Boosting memory and recalling different kinds of data
  • Writing and editing academic assignments
  • Reducing stress before, during and after exams

How can I help?

  • 1-2-1 study skills coaching for students
  • Small group workshops online or in person
  • Workshops in schools, colleges and universities
  • Talks for parents or teachers on how to help students to develop study skills

Contact me today to arrange a free consultation

Help Your Teen Prepare for Exams

Exam revision advice for parents

Gearing Up For GCSEs: Top Tips for Parents

The run up to GCSE exams can be extremely stressful, for students. Similarly, parents often feel uncertain how best to support and guide teens during these testing times. For teens diagnosed with ADHD or other learning differences, there may be particular challenges.

Drawing on the latest research as well as insights from my own coaching practice, I devise talks and workshops online and in person.

The next online event for parents of students in school years 10 and 11 will be on Wed 11 October 2023 at 8pm. Click here for details and tickets.

Or to book me to speak at your school, college or university (online or in person), please get in touch. I’d love to help.

“My son found your sessions very helpful, and I’m glad to see that he’s making more effort to plan and to get more organised.”

Parent of Year 10 student, East Finchley

“I’m feeling so much more confident about exam revision since I came to your workshop. Thanks for all the great advice.”

Year 12 student, Muswell Hill

“My daughter found the workshop really useful and learnt new methods of studying. Thank you.”

Parent of Year 7 student, Mill Hill

University life was quite overwhelming during my first year. With Juliet’s help I learned to plan ahead and to pace myself. No more all-night essay crises!

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