Studying for exams is never easy. I have gone through GCSEs, A-Levels and University and I can tell you that it hasn’t got easier over the years. If someone asked me how to revise, I honestly wouldn’t be able to tell them. GCSEs was the first time I experienced exams in a serious nature. I thought reading books was the best method but this soon became boring and uninspiring. A-Levels became more difficult and that’s when I introduced flashcards to my revision. Flashcards worked for me but I know some people don’t like using them. Then came university, where everything changed. Revision is so much more different in uni, I introduced a whiteboard, colour coding and youtube videos into my routine. These methods worked well for me but if they don’t work for you then don’t worry. Below are a few tips I’ve picked up along the way that might be useful to you now or in the future. I’m not saying you have to follow these and I’m not telling you that they are the only methods of revision but, by all means, use them if they are useful.