Health: Exercise — Yes

You may already be involved in sport and have your regular training during the week, which keeps you active and out and about in fresh air. You may not be doing it to help you get on well in your exams, but exercise will really help you along the way.

Try to get some kind of exercise at least three to four times a week. The great thing about exercise is that it doesn’t necessarily have to be a sport — get out walking, running or cycling. If you take the bus to school, try getting off one or two stops earlier. Take the dog out for a walk; cycle to school if it’s an option. Even (willingly!) help your parents with some housework, all in the name of keeping fresh and energised!

Commit to be fit!

Exercise, combined with rest and relaxation, is really important in helping you to take the happy and healthy steps to achieving your goal. If you don’t exercise, sleepiness and weariness will creep up on you slowly but surely. To have more energy, you need to move more, too.