A Level AQA Revision Booklets

Written with an exam-focus in mind, each pack targets a particular topic, allowing students to break-up revision into manageable chunks, and ace their exams!

I particularly liked the clarity of the sections at each stage, allowing [students] to engage actively with the resource. The value of this resource is summarising the content in a way that is manageable.

L. Green, HoG & Peer Reviewer

Each topic is presented as an A5 Student Booklet, following the spec sub-topics: Keeps revision organised, compact and to-hand – all the way to exam hall!

  • Clear and Concise summaries for EVERY spec point –
    leave no stone unturned
  • Consolidation questions to recap the basics and extension activities to stretch and challenge –
    perfectly structured active revision
  • Revision checklists to self-track progress –
    students gain confidence, stay organised, and know where to focus revision


Plus! Exam outline for the upcoming exam, with general exam tips and advice on timing, planning, writing and thinking synoptically – perfect prep. for a stress-free exam period!

Also included in A4 to use as mini-chapter handouts, or to set activities.

The use of bullet points, flow diagrams and other visual aids is useful as it allows students to work on chunks, rather than a long, wordy piece

S. Cracknell, HoD & Peer Reviewer

Each topic area addresses the demands of ALL the Assessment Objectives:

  • AO1 knowledge areas
    Geographical Keywords, Key Points, Spec content, and 'Need to Know' boxes
  • AO2 application of knowledge and evaluation of geographical information
    Consolidation Questions and 'Take it Further' boxes
  • AO3 data and fieldwork skills
    'Take it Further' boxes and flexible Case Studies (including worked examples and scaffolds)

What do teachers say about this resource? (9586)

Fantastic, organised into short but logical sections. The consolidation Q’s will be particularly useful for either independent tasks or as interim knowledge/understanding A01/2 activities.

It’s ready to use, clear, concise, supports visual and verbal learners, whilst also having more practical/electronic/to some extent kinaesthetic activities for others – it appeals to all types and abilities of learners.

I have found it more student-friendly than the revision guides, so it will provide an in-between step to progress to the revision guide which seems to assume full knowledge of the entire topic- which is essential for synoptic understanding, but this resource will be fundamental to developing deep understanding as I teach this topic...

Do it! Get it! Use it! It’s a fantastic support and has additional activities, eg: weblinks to practical activities which support the link between theory and case studies prior to delivering major case studies.

Fantastic, if not perfect!

V Shaw, Teacher & Peer Reviewer

I like the short questions and knowledge pickers... Simple and easy to follow... clear links to the specification... Clear guidance provided of what students are required to learn

K Parmar, Head of Humanities & Peer Reviewer

What do teachers say about this resource? (9584)

Overall this is a good resource that allows students to focus on the key elements of the Hazards unit. It provides a clear break down of the topic which follows the specification clearly, making it easier to follow.

H Burlton, HoD & Peer Reviewer

I particularly liked the ease of access for a range of students. The recapping of processes that students often find quite challenging is good... The best thing for me is that you can base tasks around it, giving flexibility to the class teacher to organise revision activities

S. Cracknell, HoD & Peer Reviewer

What do teachers say about this resource? (9582)

Well organised and had all of the components that make for good revision. Loving the consolidation questions. My students have benefited from having 'everything in one place' and actually preferred to revise from this compared to their own notes. I would be inclined to buy the whole package including all the units of work that we do.

L Green, HoD & Peer Reviewer

What do teachers say about this resource? (9585)

This resource is a very good tool for students who need help to break the unit down or struggle to cover AO1. I particularly like the ‘student check ups’ which allow a time to reflect on what is known and understood, allowing the student to prioritise aspects of revision which they are not as secure on. The use of bullet points, flow diagrams and other visual aids is useful as it allows students to work on chunks, rather than a long, wordy piece, which can discourage students from effective revision.

S. Cracknell, HoD & Peer Reviewer

I liked the use of the consolidation questions and the further reading section, which will encourage students to become a little more independent. The use of the checklist will help students to take more ownership over their learning, and also allows greater depth to be taught in class by using this resource as a "reader" at home. Another way of using the resource is as prior reading for the lesson in a flipped learning style, so the students have the basics which we can then build on in class

P. Hunt, HoG & Peer Reviewer

I particularly liked the clarity of the sections at each stage, allowing [students] to engage actively with the resource. The value of this resource is summarising the content in a way that is manageable.

L. Green, HoG & Peer Reviewer