For many students and teachers, the growing awareness that the exams are getting closer leads to much revision and worry.
Our advice is to just get organised and determined, without exhausting yourself. To revise 3 times a day for 30 minutes is just as good as spending an hour and a half on revision, especially in a second language.
After 30 minutes the students (and teachers) need a change of scenery, to think about what they have just learned.
A good trick to help the memory is to write problematic language in small print, in a small booklet, and then 'peek' (take small looks) at it during the day when you have 5 minutes to spare.
Just a quick look when you have time can be worth many hours of studying when you can realise that you have not absorbed anything after the first 30 minutes.....So starting revising now and be wise about it - a good sign of wisdom is to know your limits - so stop, take a break and return to study periodically. Best wishes for the coming year! Admin.