Exam revision tips: Child Genius winner gives advice for revising

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Nishi.
Nishi has an IQ higher than famous scientist Albert Einstein!

Newsround has been speaking to the winner of the TV programme Child Genius to get some top tips to help when it comes to revising for exams.

This time of year can get pretty busy and you might be feeling under pressure a bit more than usual with SATs coming up.

SATs and other tests can be stressful and revising for them can sometimes be difficult.

You have to take in a lot of information and sometimes it's hard to remember it all.

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It can also be tough to deal with expectations from others about how well you may or may not perform. In a survey by ComRes, 87% of children aged 10 and 11 said they feel pressure to do well in their SATs

Well, don't worry because we have you covered! We recently spoke to an expert at exams - the winner of Channel 4's Child Genius competition.

Nishi has a bigger IQ than the famous scientist Albert Einstein.

She gave us four top tips when it comes to exam revision.

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There are many different tests taking place in May, including SATs in England.

It is important to relax during this period, so Hayley has some tips about how to stay calm.

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WATCH: Take a look at Hayley's stress-busting tips