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How Hard is A-Level History?

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When choosing your A-Level options, you want to make sure you have options that suit your future career plans but are also manageable. A-Level History is a subject that can take you down several paths, from History, to English, to Law, to Economics and other …

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A-Level Remark: Is It Worth It?

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A-Levels are notoriously difficult exams, taken by thousands of students across the UK each year. Students have often been preparing for these exams for at least two years, and in some cases, need certain grades to get into university (or other next steps). It can …

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Can You Take A-Levels at Any Age?

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At the age of 16, many students will begin to study their A-Levels. For those, it will decide what their post-18 choices are. However, if you are past 18 years of age and didn’t complete your A-Levels, or would like to do a different A-Level, …

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Are A-Level Mocks Important?

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During the studying of your A-Levels, many students believe that mock exams aren’t that important. After all, they aren’t the real thing, right? Mocks are often seen in this way, meaning that students don’t try as hard for them and may even not revise at …

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Apprenticeships: A Comprehensive Guide

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Apprenticeships are definitely gaining popularity. No longer do students have to go to university to achieve a job in the top earning careers, instead they can apply for an apprenticeship. Apprenticeships allow a different route to get to the same destination and some students may …