Resource Submission Guidance
ReviseShare is all about uploading and sharing content you think others studying the same subject as you would find useful. If you’ve ever made a poster on a topic you found challenging, have a niche study hack, or answered a particularly difficult Maths problem, the community would highly value your contribution.
We even encourage you to submit non-academic resources that may help life in sixth form, such as personal statement advice, learning to drive and tips on finding work experience.
As two students that faced the difficulties of new specifications sometimes not offering the best support in terms of resources, we thought it was only right to prevent the struggle of others by sharing the most valuable resources we have. Whether that’s filling in for where textbooks fall short (or where no adequate textbook is available!) to sharing tips on passing your driving test in sixth form, we hope that this platform will make your lives easier and more prosperous.
You’re not alone with ReviseShare- better together.
We are aware that there are great platforms already out there like TES, The Student Room (TSR) and GetRevising (part of TSR). But here is why we think you should use ReviseShare:
-Unlike the TES, this is not solely focused on teachers (although teachers are welcome). This site aims on students helping students through sharing the resources that get us through.
-Unlike TSR, this is not just for asking questions (which can take a long time to hear a response from) and you won’t have to scroll through unhelpful comments, because we focus on quality resources in a strong student community.
-Unlike GetRevising, we fill the gaps with resource vacuums, especially for new specifications. Moreover, we won’t force you to log in to download and view content, because we know that getting hold of the resource in those exam-intense times is more important than filling in a submission form (although we hope that you will be compelled to give back to the community as well). We also moderate content and allow non-academic resources on the site.