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5+ A-Level Geography Investigation NEA Ideas

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A-Level Geography is often cited as one of the A-Levels that is most different from its GCSE counterpart. GCSE Geography and A-Level Geography are different in many ways, however, the Independent Investigation NEA is a big one… During this written assessment, which should be around …

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When Do A-Levels Start and Finish?

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A-Levels are very important for your progression in your academic career. You will need them to successfully move on to University, and they are important if you want to move straight into a career or an apprenticeship after University. So, when do they start? When …

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What A-Levels Do You Need to Become a Lawyer?

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Picking your A-Level subjects can be challenging, and it is something that requires a lot of thought, especially if you have a clear idea of the degree that you would like to progress onto. Becoming a Lawyer is a long journey, and choosing your A-Levels …

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How to Get UCAS Points (19+ Legitimate Ways)

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The UCAS Points System can be confusing, and it is a useful thing to understand when applying to Universities. This article will help you understand the variety of ways which you can earn UCAS Points. If you would like to add your UCAS Points up …

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How to Get an A* in A-Level Psychology

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A-Level Psychology is a really popular subject and is great for combining with the humanities or sciences. Sometimes psychology can be underestimated and seen as an ‘easy’ subject, but it actually takes a lot of hard work and effort. If you want to get an …