Thankfully, A levels now feel like a distant memory as I start a new chapter in my life at the University of Birmingham. After achieving the unexpected results of A*A*B for my three A levels of English lit,
On Thursday, hundreds of thousands of UK teenagers are finding out their GCSE results. For those who achieved their desired grades, congratulations! However it won’t be a success story for all and, this year, it’s likely that there will be
As A Level Results Day fast approaches, student (and parent) anxiety levels are starting to creep upwards again! Whilst Universities may make a greater number of reduced offers this year due to the downturn in applications, there will still be
Study leave has started – or is about to start – for A level and GCSE students across the UK.
Study leave can be both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, you’ve got time away from the
The prospect of exams – and work to be done – can be an overwhelming thought for students, which can lead to feelings of hopelessness or apathy about revising for their exams. When talking to our customers, we often get
Worrying about the lack of GCSE/ A Level revision so far? Don’t panic, it’s not too late for students to kick start their revision over the Easter Holidays and ace their summer exams.
As a parent, it’s often a tricky
In this article we provide revision tips on different techniques to help students identify and retain relevant information making revision sessions more productive. Being confident to try different techniques and identify which works best for you well before you have
A Good Revision Timetable Can Make a Difference
For students approaching GCSEs or A Levels, the prospect of preparing for these key exams can be daunting. Although the mocks may just be over and the exams still a few months
GETTING THROUGH YOUR EXAMS – SURVIVAL TIPS FOR GCSE & A LEVEL STUDENTS
Working towards exams can be very stressful for students and their families. Whilst there is rarely much choice over whether or not to do the exams, there at
This year’s application to universities
The UCAS deadline is January 15th for entry in 2018 for all applicants except Medics, Vets, Dentists and Oxbridge. It’s taken as granted that the most sought after courses have the highest grade entry requirement.
With the school year now in full swing, many year 12 students are struggling to come to terms with the differences and increased demands of being a Sixth Former. So, what’s so hard about being a year 12 student? Despite