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Predictions for Philosophy (First and Second Year)

I am starting to think that my students think I am Mystic Meg and have God on speed dial giving me inside tips. Because if I had a pound for every time I have been asked for my predictions over the years I could have paid for a luxury holiday to Barbados with a yacht…and cocktails. 631 more words

Religious Studies

Panic "My Exam is Tomorrow!" Must Read for Philosophy (1st and 2nd Year)

It’s that time again! This is my tenth exam season and let me tell you it doesn’t get easier. Every year is a manic scrabble to get the A2 students ready with all their revision materials, last minute tips (and endless mock exams) and final words of wisdom (hopefully!) For the first years it is now a mad rush to finish the spec in time for the first exam. 1,308 more words

Religious Studies

Climb your way to an A

Exam preparation can sometimes seem overwhelming. Therefore, when it comes to studying for exams always start from day one. I know, I know, it’s annoying and boring, but honestly, you really do need to revise throughout the year. 636 more words

'But for' the Torts Exam, I Wouldn't Be Reading This

Guest post by 2nd year JD student Ellen Roberts.

The Torts exam is one of the most time-pressured exams you will undertake during your time at law school. 908 more words

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Preparing for the Principles of Public Law Exam

Guest post by 3rd year JD student Daniel Gregoric.

I     Practice Makes Perfect

One of the best things you can do to prepare for the Principles of Public Law exam is to do practice questions or practice exams, and get feedback on them. 1,239 more words

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Up next: The Upside Down

There are 24 hours in a day. 25 of which I have spend staring at my books.

In my city, Mumbai, India, summer vacations for most have already started. 1,205 more words


Revision Stations

A ‘Sharing good practice’ post by Sarah Fox (Food Technology)

Reading time: 4 minutes

With exams due revision becomes a priority for everybody, teacher and student alike.  554 more words