MY REVISION PROCESS

As we come up to revision season ahead of May exams, I thought I’d share with you my step by step process to tackling revision. 1 – MAKE A CHECKLIST For me, there’s always a process to revision, and if I don’t have everything that I need to cover written down – in the back…

MY DAILY REVISION ROUTINE (in lockdown)

SO many of you have been sending me messages on Instagram about finding it hard to stay motivated / struggling with routine during these uncertain times. This is something I can TOTALLY relate to. As someone who is always used to timetabling, waking up super early and working on average 8 hours a day –…

LOOKING AFTER YOURSELF DURING DEADLINE SEASON

The winter season is PEAK time for revision and application stress, which also means it is PEAK time for you to really start looking after your health and wellbeing. Here are four things I have learnt that may help you. 1 – TIMETABLE Write. Down. Everything. GUYS how are you going to keep on top…

MY STAPLE REVISION TECHNIQUE

Blurting. Sounds crazy, but trust me here, it works revision wonders. I originally found out about this method on YouTube but thought I’d write it on a little blog post because it’s a technique that’s really helped me in my law exam revision. SO Blurting is essentially mind-mapping but in what I think is a…