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6 of the best student apps you need now

by Anita Naik

You don't need us to tell you that apps can make your life easier. So whether you're an undergraduate or working towards GCSEs and A-Levels, here are six of the best student apps you need to help you with your work, revision, organisation and more.

Best for revision - GoConqr

GoConqr is a fantast...

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How to pass A-Level Geography

by Anita Naik

Geography A-Level works best if you have a strong interest in the subject. This is because as an A-Level, it's a demanding area of study and to pass it, you need to show you are adept at writing essays, analysing data and explaining a range of ideas from erosion to globalisation and ecology. Here's ...

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How to build your GCSE Science skills

by Anita Naik

Over the last five years, key changes to GCSEs means a greater emphasis on problem-solving, maths and literacy, especially in GCSE Combined Science. For this reason - it pays to build your science skills alongside your maths and literacy skills so that you have a higher chance of maximising your fin...

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4 Study mistakes to avoid

by Anita Naik

With schools looking to reopen with a staggered entry from 8th March now is a good time to take stock of the year so far. With the lockdown, remote learning, and the cancellation of exams, pupils can be tempting to take their foot off the pedal and wait for teachers to give them a much-needed push w...

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YA books to read during lockdown and to celebrate World Book Day

by Anita Naik

As lockdown rumbles on and schools remain closed, there's never been a better time to celebrate World Book Day (Thursday, March 4th). Of course, it's not easy with devices galore to get Years 7 to 11 to pick up a book. However, when teens read more, it opens them to more complex ideas and more varie...

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