Useful Websites

Useful Websites for Study Skills

Browse the following study skills websites to find tips, timetables, forums, revision guides, past papers,
help on specific subjects and exam boards, as well as advice on universities and careers.

S-Cool provides help on a variety of GCSE and A Level subjects. Sign up for free to gain access to the revision guides, question banks and revision timetable, and ask questions on the forum on any of the available subjects. Forum topics include revision help, careers and travel, general discussion, and dedicated sections on GCSE and A Level subjects. The revision timetable can be saved when you log in, and the Uni-find and careers section contains great statistics on UK universities. 

Revision World is part of a group of websites that include RevisionVideosRevisionMaths and RevisionScience. Sign up for free to get full access to the revision timetable generator, and study help discussion rooms. Included are revision sheets for a range of GCSE and A Level topics (not specific to particular exam boards), as well topic overviews and sample answers. Visit the other Revision World for video content and help with Maths and Science. 

 Focused on forums that connect you with ‘the world’s largest student community ’, build your own profile to make the most out of The Student Room, and add quick links and bookmarks to different sections of the site. There are loads of different forum topics on GCSE and A Level subjects (search forum topics for exam boards), as well as on different areas such as universities, careers and jobs, relationships and health, news and entertainment and student finance. Make use of special apps including ‘University and Course Connect’, ‘Personal Statement Tool’, and ‘Study Planner’. Also included are past papers and revision guides. 

Developed by The Student RoomGet Revising contains a great range of study tools for free. Create an account to browse and access 229,500 study resources, and create your own to share with others. Find homework and exam help for GCSE, A Level and University subjects. The interactive, personal timetable allows you add your own subjects according to exam board, and to organise your time by setting priorities, deadlines, exams, free time and holidays. Create and share flashcards, revision cards, revision notes, quizzes, mindmaps, and crosswords. Each resource comes with a ‘Teacher Recommendation’ rating.