Questions about study habits and practices are very personal questions. They’re not personal in the impolite sense that to raise them evinces a bit of social ineptitude on the part of the enquirer. 1,534 more words
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This post is contributed by Maria Damkjær, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the University of Copenhagen.
In this number, Bella Wilfer tries and fails to cook fowl. Returned home to visit her parents, she pins an apron and bib to her ‘pretty figure’ and proceeds, under her mother’s reluctant tutelage, to get it all wrong: 761 more words
With exams around the corner, every student struggles to find the best possible technique of learning, preparing and understanding core concepts of subjects. Some prefer extensive reading, some make long notes, while others find it easy to memorize pointers. 961 more words
A new college was today given the go-ahead to train the next generation of cyber security, computing and engineering experts in Surrey.
Plans have been approved by the government for a university technical college in Guildford for around 700 teenagers. 329 more words