The exam period is fast approaching. A term in your school days that could make or break your future life. But not really.
For some, these days are filled with stress and anguish as the lessons on Ohm's law, the character development of Lady Macbeth and how to ask where the toilet is in French [Sub-Ed Note: Oł est la toilette? Boom!] start to slip from your brain.
But, at least on the physics side of your educational life, things could be that little bit easier, as the Electrical Safety Council (known as the ESC to those who like initialisms) has created an app for iOS and Android devices, called TwoThirtyVolts.
The app, filled with all things electronic, is aimed to those studying in Key Stage 3 and GCSE Science students, and is free across both mobile operating systems.
The app is part of a re-designed programme to educate the 11-16 year olds of the world about electrical safety and to support teachers at secondary-level.
The ESC has also added new features to their website and now it's even better.
So, why not try it out? Either search for TwoThirtyVolts on either the App Store or on Google Play (you know, the thing that used to be called the Android Market) and get your copy today. You'll never know, it might just bump your grade up.