10th September 2014
GCSE stress doesn't just plague us at exam time, the move to Year 10 and start of the GCSE syllabus can make for a strained frst term.
How do you cope with the new pressures of your studies? Just follow these quick tips;
Keep a routine. Keeping a schedule can help you tackle one hurdle at a time, and as a result, feel more in control.
Keep a diary. The new workload from all your subjects can be overwhelming, so keep everything written down in order to not miss anything out.
Exercise regularly. Exercising for just 30 minutes a day will alleviate stress and tension, and can be something as simple as a brisk walk with your iPod.
Have fun. It's just as important to have fun as to study hard, or you'll burn out before Year 11. Spend free time doing things you enjoy and with friends.
LearnThruMusic. Try some pain free revision with our online GCSE songs. Our catchy lyrics will help you commit the facts to memory without even realising.
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