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Do universities prefer History or Geography?

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History and Geography, at both GCSE and A-Level, are some of the most popular subjects. They’re versatile, respected, and just generally interesting! However, the dilemma many students face is picking the one that universities will appreciate more. Will universities turn you away if you don’t …

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How Often Are Bursaries Paid At University?

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When students start university, they may be shocked at how many expenses there really are. Therefore, it can be extremely useful to receive a bursary. There are many different types of bursaries you can be given at university, which can definitely help financially. However, when …

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How to retake GCSEs – Guide for adults

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GCSEs are one of the most well-known qualifications in the UK. They are usually the first important national exams students sit, and the results are often important no matter the future career you decide on. For instance, it is compulsory to resit Maths and English …

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Is GCSE History Worth Taking?

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GCSE History is a subject that students hear a lot about – after all, it’s part of the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) and is a popular subject in general. However, there is still a lot about GCSE History that needs to be demystified: what is the …

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Is A-Level Psychology a science?

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Psychology is an extremely popular A-Level. Many students love the idea of studying human behaviour and learning about theories they may have never come across before. However, there is much debate about what kind of subject A-Level Psychology is, leading to schools deliberating which subjects …

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What is an Accredited Qualification?

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Qualifications are a major part of the progression of any student. Qualifications represent a student’s skills and abilities and can open up pathways into education and employment. Therefore, it’s of the utmost importance that the qualifications you earn are valid, respected, and recognised by the …