Nag. Tidy. (Drink). Repeat.
Ah, the joys of parenting a teenager.
GCSEs are probably the biggest responsibility they’ve faced so far in their lives.
You know in your heart that your child is awesome, and capable of greatness, but unless that pile of dirty clothes on their floor actually bites them, they’re not going to tidy up. It’s no wonder you’re worried they’re not ready.
Your 5 minutes at parents’ evening wasn’t much help, and your child doesn’t tell you anything, so how do you know whether they’re doing the right things to prepare for their exams? Simple. Read this book!
You’ll know how to help your child…
• ORGANISE their notes and their time
• STUDY smarter, not harder
• PLAN for post-16
• FEEL confident and prepared for exams
(AND… you’ll know how to stay sane through the process!)
Packed full of ninja-parent tricks and tips for getting your child on board, without nagging!
As a mum of 3, and having taught maths for 15 years, Emily Hughes has helped thousands of students succeed at GCSE. She’s now made it her mission in life to take the stress out of GCSEs for parents too.