7 subject-based revision apps to get you through exams
With GCSEs and A-levels looming there are plenty of apps to help with your revision and test your knowledge in your subjects. You might be more attuned to paper notes, but if you are on the go or the revision method is just not working, then try a few of these for change.
5 revision apps to use on-the-go
Instead of creating notes on paper, there are now plenty of ways to create them electronically either on your computer or on your phone. This means that you can revise when you are out and about, sneaking revision into whatever free time you might find, whilst the act of making the notes will ...
9 alternative interesting degrees
As it's that time of year when students are deciding what degrees they might like to invest the next three years in, there are many you might not think possible, from grape growing and wine making, to embroidery and blacksmithing. Here are some that piqued our fancy, and may pique yours too:
What is freshers' week: 5 tips to help you survive it
Every year in September you may have heard would-be uni goers discussing Fresher’s week and wondered what the hell is it and what carnage goes on at those parties and social events, especially with the new stories and antics that come with it in our laps.
Interesting alternatives to the most popular UK degrees
The most popular degree choices are much trickier to get onto as there are more people vying for every place. If you have a university in mind that you really wish to attend and you are worried that you might not get accepted, choosing a less popular degree could be a good option.
22 Things to do when you're bored at work
Everyone feels bored at some time during the day, and it’s a great way to tell yourself that it's time for a cup of tea, a breath of fresh air or a stretch of the legs. It’s part of the rhythm of your daily activities, along with feeling overly motivated and raring to go, or feeling as th ...