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How to Keep your Writing Relevant to the Topic

16 January 2019 | 0 Comments

There are several tips on staying relevant in academic writing. Formulate a plan Prior to writing, create a plan on what should be written. This will be a backbone of your text. Formulate several statements that support your idea and several statements that refute or criticise your idea. After that, unfold each statement in detail.…

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Tips for Last Minute Revision

11 January 2019 | 0 Comments

We have all been there when we are panicking last minute for an exam the next day. It may be that you had too many exams in the same week to be able to schedule a proper revision sessions for this one, or you may have just been avoiding revision all together. Either way, here…

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How to Make Writing Easier When You Are Feeling Uninspired?

08 January 2019 | 0 Comments

Writing an essay or any other type of academic work is a tough process, especially when you are not feeling very inspired. While there are some useful tips that would guide you how to write academic essays and reports, they usually ignore such an important factor as inspiration. Problems, worries, thoughts, and fears that cross…

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Applying For and Completing a PhD as an International Student

08 January 2019 | 0 Comments

A Ph.D. is an increasingly popular degree for students around the world. This is not only because of the fact that a Ph.D. widens the employment horizon, but is also due to the prestige and honour that is usually associated with such a degree. The UK is one of the preferred destinations among international students…

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Exam and Revision Tips for Students

02 January 2019 | 0 Comments

With January exams looming, and the festivities of Christmas and New Years over, you may be finding it hard to develop a consecutive plan of getting prepared for exams and organising your revision material. The following tips will be helpful for students who want to get prepared properly.   Preparation for revision   Organise yourself…

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6 Achievable New Year’s Resolutions that Any Student Can Make

28 December 2018 | 0 Comments

The Christmas festivities are coming to an end, and 2019 is fast approaching. Many people will see this as a perfect opportunity to make resolutions and goals for the year ahead. If you are stuck for ideas, here are 10 perfect new year’s resolutions that any student can make.   1. Sleep More Who doesn’t…

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How to Survive the Christmas Break as a Student

22 December 2018 | 0 Comments

For many students the Christmas break is the first time going back home for a significant amount of time. It can be a difficult time of the year because many tutors set assignment deadlines for your return in January, and then there are also January exams too. This article shows you how to plan your…

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Freelance social media guide

Social Media Guide: Making the Most of Social Media as a Freelancer

20 December 2018 | 0 Comments

  Freelancers can benefit significantly from using social media. The following tips might be useful in attracting the audience and monetising your skills.   1) Set up your own brand First, you should decide which channels represent your skills best. For visual skills this may be Instagram while YouTube is the best for video lessons…

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How to Write an Essay or Assignment in One Day

17 December 2018 | 0 Comments

For most students, an approaching deadline is the main source of motivation as well as of fear. While this is more like an emergency situation, sometimes you might find you have left your essay or assignment to the very last minute – and who wants that kind of stress right before Christmas? Well, don’t panic,…

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How to get Your Work From a 2:1 to a 1st

13 December 2018 | 0 Comments

New Year, New Resolutions! One of those might be to study harder, or to try and improve your grades. Whether that is the case or not, here are some easy tips you can follow to improve your work from a 2:1 to a 1st.   1) Be Critical A first class work must reflect a…

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