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How to Revise for Psychology A-Level

by Anita Naik

A-level psychology is on the rise with a record number of students taking it in 2020. If you want to do well, you need to commit to your revision and start early. Here's what will help.

Get to grips with the content load

Compared to other A-levels, Psychology has a lot of content to get through f...

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5 Time Saving Mock Exam Tips

by Anita Naik

With the news that schools are to hold rigorous mock exams as part of the government's "plan B" for A-level and GCSE results, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed out. The good news is it pays to start your revision early, not just to get ahead but to help manage your stress load. Here are 5 t...

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How to write your personal statement

by Anita Naik

If you are planning to go to university in 2021, you should already be thinking about your personal statement. The deadline for applications for Oxbridge and Medical, Veterinary Medicine/Science and Dentistry applications (including non-UK/EU applicants) is the 15th October. The deadline for receipt...

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What Students Need to Know about AI and Machine Learning

by Cassidy Welling

AI and machine learning is set to DRASTICALLY CHANGE OUR WORLD in the coming decades. The potential of advanced learning machines and their ability to shape the way we live our lives is becoming an increasingly important topic for study. While the WORKPLACE CONTINUES TO SHIFT and evolve, the prevale...

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The Most Popular Subjects at A-level

by Anita Naik

Whether you have already chosen your A-levels or you're still struggling to choose, here's what you need to know to help you make the right choices for your future.

According to Schools Week the most popular subjects at A-level have changed for the first time in five years.

Maths remains the most ...

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