The aim of exams is to inform others, as well as you, about the standard of your work. Unless there was some form of recognised standard, qualifications would lose their validity. Formal exams are objective, as the assessors use the same criteria for judging all candidates.
Since exams have to be faced, this guide hopes to help reduce some of the problems they pose by giving you ways to make revision more effective and strategies to employ on the day.
We have produced an online, interactive video workshop that you can work through at your own pace. To find out more information about what it covers and how to get access, click or tap here:
Revising more effectively video workshop