Okay, exam time is looming again. And no, we really don’t know what’s happening this year – but for now our teens have to keep on as if the exams will be happening in May and June as usual.
Whether they’re studying at home or in school for the next few weeks, it’s the downhill run into the GCSEs and A levels now, and revision is well under way.
It’s therefore that time of year that every parent of an older teen learns to be wary of.
I’m so pleased to be working with Collins4Parents over the coming weeks – we’re offering a new prize every week, specifically for the panicky revising teens. This week we’re kicking things off with the GCSE In A Week bundle, along with a £35 Netflix gift card
We’ve been through exam season a couple of times, with son No.3 facing his GCSE barrel this summer (if you’re in a similar position, you might appreciate getting a head start on What Not To Say To Your Revising Teen‘. have a read – you’ll love it, and in a couple of months you’ll be thanking me for the warnings).
So – if you’ve got a 16yr old who’s taking their exams in the next few months, then the time may be gone for starting from scratch in the big coursework guides.
What they’re probably looking for right now is the best way to start cramming… So we’re really excited to be working with letts over the next few weeks. Every week for the next six weeks we’re offering one lucky student to win an entire bundle of the GCSE In A Week coursework, along with a suitably cool prize for a stressed teenager.
Each one of these books contains all of the essential topics broken down into an effective revision guide. They cover everything you need to learn for the exam in a 7-day plan that includes GCSE-style exam questions and easy-to-follow topic discussions.
• Manage your time with a 7-day programme
• Cover a whole topic in just 1 hour
• Check understanding with quick tests
• Practice for the real thing with frequent exam questions
And we not only have the complete set of 7 ‘GCSE In A Week’ revision guides to give away – but Letts are throwing in that £35 Netflix subscription too!
To be in with a chance to win, just answer the first four questions in the widget box below. There are more chances to win by completing the other entry options if you so wish – they’re entirely up to you! The closing date for this competition is 22nd March 2020 and only entries received on or before that date can be included. The winner will be the first randomly chosen entry. Good luck!Win Collins GCSE In A Week bundle & £35 Netflix Gift Card