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Top 5 careers advice articles for parents and students this term (Ongoing)

From top revision techniques for exams, to how parents can help their teenagers prepare for summer work, here are our top 5 careers advice articles for parents and students this term. You can add these to your school or college’s website. 

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1. How to support your child through their GCSEs

Is your child sitting their GCSEs this summer? Wondering what you can do to provide GCSE revision support as a parent or carer? Here are some of our top tips.

2. Top revision techniques for exams

Sometimes the hardest thing about studying for exams is knowing how to revise. This post will explore some of the best revision techniques to help you get revising.

3. How parents can help their teenagers prepare for summer work

Encouraging your teenager to work over the summer isn’t just about helping them make money, it’s also a great way to help them gain useful skills for the future. Here’s how you can help.

4. What options do I have after taking my GCSE exams?

When you reach 16, you’re suddenly faced with some decisions to make. Up until GCSEs, your path has pretty much been mapped out for you. But after all those years of school, you now have some choices.

5. How to make a revision plan

Spending a few hours planning out when you’re going to revise really takes the pressure off and lets you concentrate on the work itself. We’ve come up with a simple, portable and original alternative to the traditional revision timetable template.

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