5 online resources for scholarship exams

December 30th, 2009 by Emily

Thanks to the economic climate, more pupils than ever are sitting scholarship exams for independent schools with the help of private or home tutors. Help your child to beat off the competition with these resources.

1. A great starting point here - FundingEducation.co.uk gives a good overview of the types of academic scholarships available and how to get them.

http://www.fundingeducation.co.uk/tips-achieving-scholarship.html

2. Tonbridge School, an independent school in Kent, has very detailed information about its scholarship examinations. A good insight into the process from a school's perspective.

http://www.tonbridge-school.co.uk/admissions/scholarships/

3. The Independent Schools Council not only provides information about school scholarships but also helps you to search for schools which provide them.

http://www.isc.co.uk/ParentZone_Scholarships.htm

4. Music scholarships are becoming increasingly popular. This excellent article from The Times investigates what's required of music scholars.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/article1029830.ece

5. First Tutors recommends a range of excellent study aids in a range of subjects, designed to help your child get lots of practise before their scholarship exams.

https://www.firsttutors.com/uk/learning-resources.php

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