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Stress Less: College life (EXAMS)

Sorry for not uploading this week till now, it has just been a very busy week but hopefully I’ll be back on track with my blogging. 906 more words

POST #36: Why I'm Glad I Don't Follow Football

A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to have dinner with Professor Bob Hahn (currently at Oxford), and his wife. Among other things, he’s a Behavioural Economist, and it was one of the first times I have ever had a long conversation about Behavioural Economics without boring the other person a lot! 351 more words

Behavioural Economics

English & Maths - The resit perspective

My experience of English at school was very difficult as I didn’t like writing. It was hard for me to concentrate when I had a task to do, and when I did try and complete a task I would write pages but didn’t have the correct grammar in places I needed it. 481 more words


GCSE resits cause 'significant problems', says Ofsted boss | BBC News

Forcing resits on teenagers who do not get good GCSEs in English and maths is causing “significant problems”, the new head of Ofsted has argued.

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Geography Topic 8 : A Wasteful World

4.1 types of waste and it’s problem

a. the differences in waste production between low-income countries (LICs) and high income countries (HICs)

  • HICs typically produce 5 times the amount of waste LICs produce…
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Eliza’s parents evening, attended by L, Eliza and me, was an evening of almost unremitting praise. The French teacher went into Gallic excess. More English, more restrained were history, English, music (although Eliza’s failure to go to strings group on Tuesday lunchtimes was mentioned) and science. 255 more words


GCSE/Exam study motivation tips!

I did do a blog post about general revision tips but I am back with a similar post, but this time focusing on getting the actual motivation and inspiration to revise! 723 more words