Whatever the subject you’re studying and whatever the level, there are some basic facts and ideas about key topics that every student needs to know. Marked by Teachers’ Study Guides strip out the excess detail to leave you with just the essential information.
Whatever the task, our Study Guides can help.
- As you start revision they identify the key elements you need to learn.
- When you’re preparing for coursework or have an essay to write, Study Guides identify the most important facts and ideas.
Subjects and topics
- To Kill a Mockingbird
- Animal Farm
- The Great Gatsby
- Lord of the Flies
- Of Mice and Men
- Jane Eyre
- The Vietnam War
- The Korean War
- World War One
- World War Two
- The Cold War
- The Industrial Revolution
- Nazi Germany
- Civil Rights Movement
What Study Guides cover
We’ve analysed exam board specifications and chosen the most important topics as our first Study Guides. If the topic you need isn’t here, just let us know and we’ll try to add it as soon as we can.
Our author team
Our Study Guide authors are all experienced teachers, many of them examiners and textbook authors. They have used all their expertise to reduce a topic down to its essential points.
Using Study Guides
Understanding difficult topics:
Sometimes you need a ‘light bulb’ moment – a time when everything falls into place and you finally understand that tricky topic you never quite ‘got’ before. Study guides aim to give you those ‘light bulb’ moments through simple, clear explanations.
Homework needs to be done – and often quite quickly. Get the information you need to kickstart that homework assignment with our Study Guides.
Effective exam preparation is becoming a more and more important part of educational success. By identifying the main points of crucial topics Study guides can be a great way to start revision and to remind yourself of key points just before the exam.
Every student starting an essay needs to have an idea of how they’re going to tackle it – an essay plan – including the main content to include and the order it might be presented in. Using a Study Guide can help you plan and structure your essays by identifying key points and linking them together for you.