Websites and tools to help you revise at home
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BBC Bitesize - Use BBC Bitesize to help with your homework, revision and learning. Find free videos, step-by-step guides, activities and quizzes by level and subject. Also available as an the App Store or Google Play Store
Crash Course - Tons of awesome courses in one awesome YouTube channel! Nicole Sweeney teaches you sociology, Carrie Anne Philbin teaches you computer science, Craig Benzine teaches film history, and Mike Rugnetta is teaching mythology!
GoConqr - also allows you to put together stunning online resources to suit your own learning style. Create media-rich study materials that display old information in vibrant new ways. You can choose from Flashcards, Flowcharts, Notes, Slides, Quizzes, and Mind Maps, or combine them all to make a complete Course.
Hack My Study - a site to help you focus & concentrate while studying .
Get revising - Get Revising has been created to help students learn. Its aim is to involve students actively in their own learning and to provide an outlet for their creativity and helpfulness. It does this by providing interactive tools to plan revision and make revision notes. It also provides a resource bank where notes and resources can be shared.
Get Revising Planner - Building a revision plan helps you manage your time more effectively. It gives you a clear idea of what subjects and topics you’ll be revising each day and helps you organise your studies around your life.
S-cool - The free revision website for students studying GCSE and A-levels. S-cool provides revision guides, question banks, revision timetable and more.
WikiHow - How review using flash cards: https://www.wikihow.com/Review-Using-Flash-Cards
LucidChart - A site and app that allows you to make free mindmaps. Available from both the App Store and Google Play.
Quizlet - Creating your own set of flashcards is simple with our free flashcard maker — just add a term and definition. You can even add an image from our library. Once your flashcard set is complete, you can study and share it with friends.
Evernote - Take notes anywhere. Find information faster. Share ideas with anyone. Meeting notes, web pages, projects, to-do lists—with Evernote as your note taking app, nothing falls through the cracks.
Todait - a brilliant app designed to assist you in splitting everything you need to study over a specific time period.
Download on Android here.
Download on App Store here.
Habitica - a simple to have fun while accomplishing goals.
Input your Habits, your Daily goals, and your To-Do list, and then create a custom avatar. Check off tasks to level up your avatar and unlock features such as armor, pets, skills, and even quests! Fight monsters with friends to keep each other accountable, and use your gold on in-game rewards, like equipment, or custom awards, like watching an episode of your favorite TV show. Flexible, social, and fun, Habitica is the perfect way to motivate yourself to accomplish anything.
Headspace - Get happy. Stress less. Sleep soundly. Headspace is your guide to everyday mindfulness in just a few minutes a day. Choose from hundreds of guided meditations on everything from managing stress and anxiety to sleep, productivity, exercise, and physical health — including short SOS meditations for when you’re on the go.