So the time has come, you’ve finished your exams and now there’s nothing to do but wait (and enjoy summer of course) until the all-important day in August. Here’s some advice and reflections on how best to keep calm for results day: DON’T PANIC! I don’t think I slept the night before I got my A-level
I know exactly how it feels when it comes to Results Day. Having submitted your UCAS application and completed all your exams, knowing there is nothing else you can do is a little bit terrifying. I clearly remember this time two years ago when I was waiting with bated breath for my A Level results. 7:00am
Here’s a roundup of our most frequently asked questions in our Student Room forums in September.
If you’re currently studying towards your A Levels, along with thousands of other students, you’re probably having the what-should-I-do-with-my-life crisis. Here are 2 quick points to (hopefully) encourage you a bit and help you make the decision about your next step.
If you’ve just finished your A-levels I urge you not to panic and here’s why.
You may think that at a Russell Group university such as Newcastle, entry requirements would be the same across the board. But is that the case? And if not, what sort of range is there between courses? COURSE DEPENDENT The truth of the matter is, entry requirements come in a number of forms, and it’s
Whether you’re revising for your A-levels, for final International Baccalaureate exams, or you’re a university student cramming for exams that count towards your final degree, there are plenty of things you can do to make sure you get the best out of your revision, without losing sleep over it. Here are my 5 top tips!