Hi all. I'm trying to plan some interesting revision lessons for GCSE and A-Level groups. They have their modular exams in January so I've got about 2-3 weeks of teaching time left with them, a situation I'm sure you're all familiar with! I need to do some revision lessons that will actually help them with their exams, and that will engage them. So far my ideas have done one or the other. I either give them past papers and tell them to get on with them, which helps them to see what will be expected of them during the exam but is boring, or I get them doing fun revision games to memorise bits of topics which ultimately doesn't prepare them for the actual exam (as you know the GCSEs at least feature very little actual content recollection these days and concentrate more on the graph skills and information gathering aspect). Any ideas that would help me get the pupils engaged with exam stuff would be more than welcome!