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Different ways of revising for exams

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There are lots of different ways to revise for examinations...

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The pros and cons of revising in a group

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As exam season hits, it is time to start thinking about that all important revision timetable.

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Setting yourself a study plan

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Revision and general academic study can be tricky.

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How to make the most of your summer job

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Summer jobs are important, not only because they bring you in well needed cash to spend freely, but also because they look great on your CV and they can teach you skills that can be applied to wider life.

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Why study Irish?

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Why exactly would you consider studying Irish?

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Life skills learned at University

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There is so much more to learn at University over and above your chosen subject matter!

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How important is it to have a Degree on your CV?

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Academic history is one of those crucial areas of information that needs to be included on all CVs or resumes. Find out more with these great CV writing tips...

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Abbreviations you shouldn't use in an essay

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It is easy to get carried away with abbreviations.

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What examiners look for in an essay or dissertation

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One of the most important things to remember when writing an essay is that...

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Writing a report on your Work Experience Placement

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Work Experience opportunities should always be grabbed with two hands.

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How to write a strong UCAS personal statement

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Applying to University may be one of the most important actions you complete in your life.

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Why study anything?

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Many students may be pondering over which subjects they should pursue into higher or further education, but there will also be a number of individuals pondering whether they should even progress into further or higher education at all. Their issue is not what to study, but whether to study.

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Why study a vocational course?

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As more and more people start to show an interest in higher education, so the course options within higher education have grown. Whereas historically academic courses only were studied in colleges and Universities, nowadays there is a range of vocational courses that can be studied all over the world; both via distance learning and by onsite University or college attendance.

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Leaving Your Job On A High

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The whole idea of a job for life rarely exists anymore. Nowadays most people look to change jobs and even career paths a few times within their working life. Doing so is often the best way to excel yourself up a specific career ladder, and it can also lead to greater job satisfaction by providing you with greater challenges in your day-to-day working life.

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Why Study Paganism

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Ever fancied studying something a little different? Well Paganism is certainly different! Paganism is a type of belief - religion almost - and in the broadest sense this belief includes all religions other than the true one revealed by God, and in a narrower sense, all except Christianity, Judaism and Mohammedanism.

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How to Fund A University Course

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Studying at University is expensive, and under today's Government, it looks like it's going to get a whole lot more expensive. Despite cuts in the economy and increasing course fees, there are lending options available to students to access in order to help them fund their further education.

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How To Complete A UCAS Application Form

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UCAS is the central organisation that processes applications for undergraduate courses at UK Universities. If you are at College or Sixth Form at the moment, it is very likely that you will be asked if you plan to attend University once you have left College.

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Choosing the Right University For You

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It can be difficult to decide which University to attend, especially as you hardly have sufficient time to visit all of them, or even look into all of them in detail. So the first thing to do is draw up a long list of Universities that you would consider attending, and then you can start to narrow it down from there.

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How Diagrams, Charts and Other Visuals Can Enhance Your Essay

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Sometimes writing an essay can seem like a very dull task. As a student no doubt your focus will be on how boring this task is for you, the author, and how much you don't want to complete the task in hand. But part of writing a good essay is in thinking about how the reader will react to the essay too.

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What Skills Are Required For Proofreading

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Many people have a natural skill for spotting grammar or spelling errors in written work. If you are one of those people, then perhaps you could be a proof reader. This is a job you can do from home enabling you to perhaps continue to do other things like take the kids to school. Not many tools are required for the job apart from a computer and the internet! What could be simpler!

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