These recorded webinars cover a plethora of skills to help you revise efficiently and enjoy exam success. Why not schedule a regular time each week, and create a useful 'checking in' habit to keep you motivated?

(Excerpts from Calibrand training materials © Copyright Calibrand Limited 2012. All rights reserved. Moral rights as defined by the Copyright Designs and Patent Act 1988 are asserted. September 2012)

Please note the Online Revision Calendar (ORC) is currently unavailable. You will use the "bucket" system instead.

In a Nutshell

The Genius Material Methodology, from beginning to end

Less is More

How can you learn less, and yet remember more?

Creating Patterns

How to get even complex ideas into your memory banks

Useful Notes

Don't just write any old thing - make your notes useful

Pseudonumes 1

Here's a useful system for remembering numbers

Pseudonumes 2

How to put the Pseudonumes system to good use

How to Plan your Revision

Make sure you've got everything covered

MindMaps for Revision

Why MindMaps work

Be Organised!

Arrange your revision sessions like this

Different notes & folks

6 ways to create brain-friendly notes


A useful revision technique


Things to consider as you revise


A useful revision technique

Brain Shrink

How to stay mentally agile well into old age.

Revising with MindMaps

Why MindMaps make  good revision notes

What's the question?

How to create an appropriate test question

The Link Method

A useful revision technique

The Journey revisited

A useful revision technique

Your Brain is Amazing!

Your Amazing Brain

The role of the Reticular Activating System in Learning

Try this attention experiment

Video shown by kind permission of Dr Daniel Simons.

What sort of learner?

How should you approach revision?

Exercise - better memory

How exercise improves your memory

Making better notes

How to make  revision notes work for you

Memory Consolidation 1

The importance of sleep

Memory Consolidation 2

The importance of sleep

Story Boarding

Vision, association & movement

Food for thought

Which food supports your brain?

Biggest Study Mistakes 1

Common revision errors. What not to do.

Biggest Study Mistakes 2

Common revision errors. What not to do.

Story Boards

A useful revision technique

Memorable MindMaps

Get your MindMaps to stick in your head

In a Nutshell 1

What do you need to know about revising?

Using MindMaps

Make your MindMaps easy to recall

Why you need the ORC

What it is and why you need it

Keynote to PFS 1

Why we forget and what to do about it

In a Nutshell 2

What do you need to know about revising?

Memory Pegs

Something to hang your revision on!

Stress & Learning

How stress impacts on your revision

Improving Notes

Make your study notes more memorable


An easy way to remember equations

What to do with keywords

How to find and  use keywords

Found the keywords?

What to do with keywords

Brain food

Smart food & stupid food!


Linking your revision to an activity

Improve your memory

Increase your memory power 

The Journey Method

A useful revision technique

Brain-friendly notes

What sort of notes does your brain like?

Keynote to PFS 2

Why we forget and what to do about it

Genius Material Process

Just what it says on the tin! A reminder

Mnemonics & Journey

The favourite of memory champions.

The Process

What to do and how to do it

Exams? Be Prepared

Set yourself up for success

What to do & when

What to do and in what order 


1 way to make equations easier and more fun

3 keys & the ORC

The 3 Keys & The Online Revision Calendar

Genius Material System

What to do and how to do it


Techniques for easy recall

Stay Sharp

Slow the ageing of your brain

Brain-friendly keywords

How your brain learns best

Manageable chunks

Divide your book into bite-sized pieces

Organise yourself

No more excuses! You can do this!


Formulae, ratios and equations

The right 10%

How to find the right keywords 

Better notes, better recall

How to make your notes unforgettable

How do you learn best?

We're all different.

The GM system

How to learn the Genius Material way

Better memory? Exercise!

One sure-fire way to improve your memory


A useful revision technique

How to conquer stress

Stress makes learning much more difficult 

3 Keys to Learning

Master these 3 keys for learning success

Which 10%?

Identify the right 10% of keywords

Improve  revision notes

Make your notes even more memorable

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