Exams are just around the corner (sorry to remind you!) and TSR has tonnes of helpful stuff to get you motivated and organised, but the most valuable information has always come straight from YOU and other like-minded students.
Exam threads are a great place to discuss how you’re feeling, what you’re revising and get advice from others. They provide crucial support to students all over the country as a place to come and help each other out.
TSR needs your help creating as many exam threads as possible, and here are just some reasons why you should set up a thread for your exam…
1. To get famous
Well, on TSR you’ll be famous anyway! And who doesn’t want that? Think of all that lovely rep you’re going to accrue and how many amazing like-minded people you’ll chat to. This is especially true for those of you who set up the more popular exam threads (Any Maths, English or Science related ones are a good place to start). Set up your thread today and see those green gems pile up.
2. To get all the love
Here’s just a selection of all the gratitude, kind words and general loveliness thread starters from last year’s exam season got:
3. To be nice
You don’t have to be a super altruistic person to get a buzz out of helping others. Starting up your own exam thread will give other people who might be struggling a place to come and discuss how they can overcome their hurdles. Just think about how fantastically smug you're going to feel when someone tells you that they've got an A* and they just couldn't have done it without you!
4. To get help from others
Maybe there’s a module that you didn’t quite get in class or you want to figure out the best exam techniques? There’ll be someone out there who can help you with it. Others will join in your conversation and help you out with any questions you have about the exam, revision techniques or anything else.
5. To share your wisdom
These threads are a great place to share any resources you’ve created. You can spread the wisdom while helping others and others can help you by posting up their handy resources. You can make your own resources here on TSR, or upload your own pics or PDFs.
Once you've set up your exam thread- don't forget to get it into the A- Level Exam Directory Thread Or the GCSE Exam Directory Thread
|More on TSR:
Head to your subject forum to set up the thread
Join Anon_98's motivational hourly revision thread
Learn this magic formula now and smash your exams