Pro Plus Caffeine Tablets give you a caffeine kick that can relieve the symptoms of tiredness and fatigue, so that you can focus on the task at hand.
Pro Plus Caffeine Tablets are a licensed medicine.
The active ingredient is caffeine (50mg per tablet). The other ingredients are sorbitol and magnesium stearate. Pro Plus Caffeine Tablets are sugar free.
If you're having a busy day and starting to feel tired, a kick of caffeine can help you feel more awake to keep pushing on. Two Pro Plus Caffeine Tablets contains the same amount of caffeine as 100ml of brewed coffee.
Not recommended for children under 16 years old.
Do not take more than 2 tablets in 3 hours.
Equivalent to 100ml of brewed coffee.
Which is 400mg of caffeine. Be careful not to exceed the recommended dose with carbonated drinks or coffee.
If you have questions on the use of this product, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.
10 top tips to help you study
This is the most important tip on the list. Your state of mind will greatly affect your exam performance, so try to get as much sleep as you can.
Having a plan will help to focus your mind and act as a reminder of what you've already learned. Make sure that you factor in time for a well-earned night off and some social time, as well as some you-time.
Find some space
It's best to find a quiet space where you can be alone. It could just be a desk in the corner of your room, but it needs to be somewhere comfortable, well lit, and away from the usual distractions such as your mobile phone.
Revising is more effective if you stop and make notes as you go. Use word associations and diagrams to help you recall important bits of information. Include keywords for each topic, which can help to trigger your memory.
These are written by experts and designed to help you revise each subject in the most efficient way. Ask your lecturer or tutor which guides they recommend for each subject.
Questions and answers
Imagine you're trying to teach someone else about the subject you're revising. Turning facts into questions is an active learning technique that makes your brain work in a slightly different way and cements information into your memory.
Record yourself reading your notes so that you can play them back. Listening to notes you've written yourself ensures you're hearing things back in a way you understand.
Get hold of some past exam papers so that you can see what questions have been asked previously. This will make sure you know what to expect on the day.
This uses the visual and creative parts of your brain and helps you to make links and remember them. Use pictures and coloured pens to bring your notes to life – this should stick in your mind better than pages of words.
You're not alone
Your mates will be going through the same as you - they might even be stuck on the same subjects. You could work together, agree on study nights or just hang out together when you take a well-deserved break.