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"Stdy Tubers" being used to help teenagers revise for GCSEs

"Stdy Tubers" being used to help teenagers revise for GCSEs

One in five teenagers are now using “Study Tubers” to help them revise for their GCSEs, a survey has found.

Almost a third of children (29 per cent) say that the videos give them social support and reassurance while the worked, according to a poll commissioned by the National Citizen Service (NCS).

These increasingly popular YouTube videos - some of which have been watched millions of times - show teenagers studying for hours on end, while sharing tips and advice about how to revise.  

Ruby, whose channel is called Ruby Granger named after her hero Hermione Granger from Harry Potter, has had over 30.8 million views.

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