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Taking an Exam

GCSE & A Level Students

Live life in integrity with who you really are.

GCSEs and A Levels can be a challenging time for ADHDers

Many experience issues with:

- Focus

- Motivation

- Procrastination

- Time blindness and time management

- Following instructions

- Planning and prioritising academic work

- Finding a learning, studying or revision style that works for them

- Relationships with peers, teaches and family

- Self-Esteem

- Emotional wellbeing

- Stress

- Overwhelm

- Burnout

It is crucial ADHD school and college students get access to the support they need to manage their ADHD difficulties and tap into their unique ADHD strengths so that they are set up for success when it comes to the all-important exams.

We have a super useful webinar on supporting your child with ADHD through GCSEs and A Levels:









We offer a variety of services for GCSE and A Level students with ADHD...

One-to-One ADHD Coaching

The ADHD Advocate has designed a coaching programme for GCSE and A Level students to support revising so that they can better:

- understand and manage their ADHD challenges
- harness their ADHD strengths
- recognise and prioritise their emotional wellbeing

- enable them to fulfil their unique, and often great, potential.

Check out our exam revision tips for ADHDers here!

Book Your Free Introductory Call Today


In your introductory call we can find out more about your child's ADHD challenges and how ADHD Coaching may benefit them, and we can tell you about our methodology.

We will be able to provide you with quotes during the call, based on which coaches and/or packages are best suited for you.

Information for Parents

The ADHD Advocate can help parents understand their child's ADHD and equip them with the knowledge and tools that they need to support their child with the aim of recognising the great, unique strengths of ADHD.

This includes parents who also have ADHD themselves! We can help you understand your own ADHD and how it manifests in your parenting, and support you in addressing these challenges. To browse our coaches and book free introductory call click here.

You can also check out our tips for parents of ADHDers here!


Group Coaching

The ADHD Advocate runs drop-in group coaching sessions, including support for parents and teenage girls.

Check out our Events page for more information and to book in.


We can help students with ADHD and their families understand their legal rights, empowering them to advocate for the support they need to succeed.

We can help with advising parents of GCSE and A Levels students with SEND in relation to:


- Education, Health and Care Plans

- Exclusions

- Reasonable Adjustments

- Discrimination in Schools

Get in touch to book a 90-minute consultation!

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