The exams are fast approaching. This can be a stressful time for most students. If, however, you have tried your best to put into effect the advice which has been given so far, you have no need to worry. Your weeks and even years of hard work will stand to you. If, on the other hand, you have not used your time well to date, all is not lost. Don’t beat yourself up! View your mistakes, if that’s what they were, as an opportunity for learning. Put it down to experience and decide to start now. There is much you can do between now and the exam if you have the motivation. Do not give up hope. It is going to be tough – you have to pay for falling behind – but it can be done! Remember, most, if not all, of the chapters you have neglected in the various subjects will be dealt with again in class when the teacher completes the syllabus and begins revision. Make out a revision timetable – explained in a previous section. Work hard to bring any remaining chapters being covered in class under control. Be attentive and receptive in class. If you have fallen behind, now is the time to show your growing maturity by reacting with a positive ‘can do’ attitude and displaying your ‘growth mindset’.