scary mum wrote:
My DD is doing much more than that (well, it appears so
) but she needs to!
Now you have me worried reading this! How much revision is she doing per day?
My DD has not sat any modules. All of her exams are in May.
We are in a similar boat with May AS exams in chem,bio,maths and econ. Only one exam taken early, so at thee current rate of progress DS1 will peak by xmas.
Yesterday introduced the ten minute timer, toddler training, ten mins work then ten mins play.
He has such a methodical, time consuming method of revising, very efficient and effective but not enough time or motivation available.
Compounded by a late realisiation that for one chem teacher he hasn't made the weekly notes, so he is having to learn not revise.
My attempts at motivation are not well received, last night in frustration and to encourage an early night and an early start I disconnected the wireless and wired routers............today has been better.
Your post has really made me laugh. I love the toddler training idea!
I feel that I am treading a fine line between being supportive and nagging. I just don't want DD to be disappointed come August and have to think of possible re-sits as well as A2 exams.