Online GCSE revision resources

Online GCSE revision resources

Help for exam season

Three surveys of school pupils, parents and teachers, carried out by O2 Learn and Edcoms and released recently, suggest that GCSE students across the UK are falling short of teachers' recommended time spent on revision.

The surveys also suggest that although pupils make good use of traditional approaches to revision, including notes from class and the use of practice papers, too few students are taking full advantage of the wide range of revision resources now available.

Online revision resources

To help your GCSE students, here are a few of our favourite online revision resources:

  • O2 Learn - A useful revision aid with videos on a variety of science topics. Search for videos by topic and level.
  • S-cool - Choose an activity, revise it, test it and remember it! S-cool includes overviews, exam style questions, multiple choice questions and revision summaries on a range of GCSE science topics.
  • GCSE Bitesize - A classic revision aid with subject overviews, interactive activities and questions on a variety of topics from different syllabi.
  • Khan Academy - With over 3,100 videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, your GCSE students should be able to find videos on the topics they need.
  • YouTube - How about curating your own revision video playlist for your students? You can tailor the videos to topics that your pupils need help with. Check out the Planet Science YouTube playlists for inspiration.
  • My-GCSE Science - designed to help students studying AQA Core Science, Additional Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Each video is accompanied by revision notes and more videos are added every week.
  • TES Games for Grades - A collection of the most popular revision games and activities on TES Science.

Do you have any resources to add to the list? Email planetscience@tinopolis.com and let us know your favourite revision resources and your thoughts on GCSE revision!

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