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What do I need to know about GCSE Physics?

by Anita Naik

Physics helps explains the world and the universe. Studying it at GCSE level and beyond offers you the chance to develop skills that will make you very employable in the future. To help you make your decision about whether or not to opt for it, here is what you need to know about GCSE physics.

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Tutoring Can Give Students The Edge When Applying To Medical And Dental Schools

by Cassidy Welling

MEDICAL AND DENTAL SCHOOLS ANALYSE ADMISSIONS TEST results from a variety of examinations, such as the UCAT, BMAT and GAMSAT, while deciding whether to admit or reject applicants. The test(s) a student must take will vary based on which schools were applied to. What is a common denominator, however,...

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How to revise for a language GCSE

by Anita Naik

Language exams are designed to test your understanding of a language. Which is why they test your ability to read, write and speak in a variety of situations. Due to this, you will need to have a command of essential verbs and vocabulary and know the elements of grammar.

Also, ensure you know the e...

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7 ways to cope with exam stress

by Anita Naik

No matter how much revision you have done and how many past papers you have worked through, when it comes to sitting an exam, it's easy to let nerves get the better of you. While a little stress around exam time can be a good thing, too much can derail all your hard work. Here are 7 ways to help you...

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How to maximise your GCSE maths result

by Anita Naik

Maximising your GCSE maths result is essential not only for access to A-Levels but also for university and beyond. While revision is fundamental, so too are several other elements, and it's these that will make all the difference between a low and high mark.

You have to have a positive maths mindse...Read more ›