YOUNG people in Kirklees are being handed free snack packs to help them through their exams.
They will get individual packets containing banana chips, papaya, pineapple, cherries and raisins.
Organisers say the fruit will help boost energy and brainpower at vital times.
It's part of a new drive which aims to boost the results of 11 to 16-year- olds.
Study tips, food and diet, drinking plenty of water, exercise and confidence building are among the campaign's central messages.
The snack packs are being supplied by Suma Wholefoods, based in Elland.
Andrew Mackintosh, spokesman for Suma, said: "The link between diet and behaviour is irrefutable.
"The combination of fruits in these packs provides a steady release of energy, rather than the high and lows experienced with traditional snacks.
"It gives over 25% of the daily requirement of iron, proven to increase concentration and mental agility."
Seventy youngsters from schools across Kirklees were chosen to feature in campaign posters.
Mums and dads are also being urged to play their part in helping their children through testing times.
Clr Geoff Alvy, Kirklees Council Cabinet's member for children's services, said: "The main drive is to get parents actively involved in supporting and encouraging their children to reach their full potential."
It is the second year running that the Together We'll Succeed campaign has been launched as young people prepare for tests and exams.
* Help with motivation and concentration
* How to guide children in the best way on the run-in to exams
* Making the most out of online resources
* Reducing stress for your children.
A special website has been set up at www.kirklees. gov.uk/community/education-learning/succeed/html