University open days aren't what they used to be. This year instead of a face-to-face campus experience, all open days will be virtual. If you're worried you won't get the full experience before you have to apply, here's how to get the most out of them.
Virtual university days aim to do as much as ...Read more ›
Studies have found that most students are drawn to ways of revising that don't help them. It's partly down to the fact revision is rarely taught and this, in turn, can sabotage study efforts for an exam. If you're currently studying for mocks here's how to revise the right way.Don't just read your...Read more ›
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...Read more ›
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...Read more ›
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...Read more ›