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Survival Guide For Students (Not Just) On A Level Results Day

Awaiting results can be an anxious time. If you’re feeling stressed, talking to a friend or family member about how you’re feeling can make a big difference. To manage this uncertain time, have a Plan B and C – in case Plan A doesn’t work out. Basically, be prepared.

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Survival Guide For Parents (Not Just) On A Level Results Day

The summer holidays for teenagers awaiting A level results is one big pressure pot, bubbling away. Emotions will be running high on the lead up and on 17 August. Not just for A level students but also for the IB students who didn’t get the UCAS points that they needed for the university of their choice. This is crunch time.

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How to improve 11+ Exam Technique

The 11+ can be a daunting experience for both children and parents, but it doesn’t have to be! Although there is a lot of studying involved, did you know exam…