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How to pass English Literature A-Level

by Anita Naik

With nearly 40% of students taking English Literature at A-Level, the subject remains one of the top choices for students. If you're considering it as an A level or are currently in your first year of A-Level study here are some tips on revising and passing English Literature A-Level.

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4 Ways to Improve GCSE and A-Level Teacher Assessment Scores

by Anita Naik

With the news that GCSEs and A-Levels exams will be scored by teacher assessment in 2021, here are four ways to help you improve your scores.

A-level and GCSE exams were abandoned last year, and the replacement results were scrapped when it emerged that the algorithm used skewed against disadvantag...

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Online Learning – Top Tips For Parents

by Anita Naik

With remote learning back on the agenda, there are several things you can do to ensure it goes smoothly. Whether your children are KS3, GCSE or A-Level here's how to help with their online learning.

Teach your children the skills for online learning

New factors come into play when pupils learn fro...

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How to Keep Studying in Challenging Times

by Anita Naik

With the news that secondary schools aren't returning until mid-January (at the earliest), and university students even later, it can be hard to stay motivated. Reasons to keep studying are obvious, mocks, exams, GCSE and A-Level prep, but staying motivated in challenging times is hard. Here's how y...

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How to Look After Your Mental Health

by Anita Naik

Lockdown, new tiers, two-week quarantines, online lessons, mock exams and now rapid testing in schools from 2021, it's all likely to have taken it's a toll on you this year. Just some reasons why looking after your mental health matters more than ever right now.

A growing body of evidence suggests ...

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