Here's How To Survive Exam Revision, According To Celebrities

At this point *anything* is worth trying.

The last thing you want to be thinking about is revising for your upcoming exams.

But if you think you're alone with feelings of stress, panic and last-minute cramming, you're not. Even well-known faces can't escape exams.

So the National Citizen Service spoke to some familiar faces, and found out their top tips for exam revision. Watch the video, above.

Pass Out hit-maker Tinie Tempah
Pass Out hit-maker Tinie Tempah

Pass Out hit-maker Tinie Tempah said: "The best way to deal with revision is just preparation really, the more you can prepare and plan the better for you.

"I know a lot of young people right now have exams coming up, they're getting ready for exams so they're obviously going to feel a certain amount of pressure.

"I'd say preparation always."

Capital FM presenter Lilah Parsons said: "Early nigths that was something I always struggled with, I always wanted to stay up all night."

'Xtra Factor' co-presenter Melvin Odoom
'Xtra Factor' co-presenter Melvin Odoom

While 'Xtra Factor' co-host Melvin Odoom said: "Don't leave it until the last minute, I was the guy in the library at 2 and 3 am."

While Craig David offered his wisdom: "Don't over think, don't keep thinking, thinking, thinking."

SBTV's Jamal Edwards told his 15-year-old self: "Focus and not stress too much."

And 'Inbetweeners' star Emily Atack said: "Just have fun with everything!"


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