Do you have academic writing assignments that you just couldn’t seem to finish because you are swamped with exams, reports, projects, and non-academic activities?
Semester 1 is almost over, which means that it is time for major semester exams. Have you been busy preparing for your upcoming exam week?
After all the merriment during the Christmas holiday, have you a thought of a New Year’s resolution yet? Most people often consider the start of the year as a very significant time.
Some universities have started their revision week in preparation for their autumn finals. The first semester for Academic Year 2017-2018 is almost over.
It is time to bid farewell to worry-free summer vacation and say hello to the start of the autumn term. As academic year 2017-2018 commences, new educational adventures and experiences await you!
Summer graduation season is upon us and uni students who toiled for years will finally reap what they sowed. After your graduation cap has been hung up, what will you do next? Are you joining the work force or furthering your education?
A great head start to exam success is having a calm, positive attitude after doing your best to study. We recently wrote a post on a few helpful revision tips and we hope you have been able to apply them.
The days that lead up to your summer exams can be stressful and daunting. However, being prepared will make a big difference in terms of comprehension and attitude.
Academic Year 2016-2017 is on its final term. How great does that sound? Only a few months remain and all your hard work this year will pay off. Freshies will breathe a sigh of relief that their adjustment year is almost over.
Applying to university is not an easy feat but the process is just part of the wonderful experience. Plus, there are a lot of opportunities given to applicants to get into their college or uni of choice.
Most universities are having their first major examinations for the school year this week. Students have different approaches on how to deal with first semester exam week.
We highly encourage upcoming undergraduate students to submit their applications on the 15th January deadline.
Some unis have already begun their revision week in preparation for the autumn final exams. This would indeed be a stressful time even to the most studious students. Some would be inclined to delay rather than face the study task immediately.
The National Citizen Service (NCS) offers a fantastic and productive way for teenagers to spend their autumn half-term break. Their programme offers one-of-a-kind experience that mixes up adventure, education and values formation.
UK’s Oxford University and University of Cambridge are two of the best universities in the world. It is not a surprise why there is always an influx of applicants yearning to get in each year. Those planning to attend either of these unis in 2017 must submit their UCAS applications on or before 15th October.
Now is the time to make a final push in submitting applications to universities for academic year 2016. All applications must be submitted on or before 6 pm today, 20th September.
September is here, which signals the start of autumn term in the UK. Students from Britain, Wales and Northern Ireland are undoubtedly having mixed feelings of anticipation, excitement and anxiety.
Did you obtain better A-level grades and would like to reconsider your existing uni place, and look for another one? Yes, you do have this option if you have exceeded the conditions of your firm university through UCAS Adjustment.
Most schools and universities in England, Whales and Northern Ireland are currently conducting resit exams. In this competitive world, institutions require their students to obtain better than average grades. However, they still give their students a second chance to make up for failed exams and take resits.
The beginning of August means summer is over in Scotland. Most schools will start their autumn term on the second week of August. Now is a great time to start your preparations and avoid making adjustments at the last minute.