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Do You Have to Be a Genius to Write a PhD Thesis?

08 December 2019 | Comments Off on Do You Have to Be a Genius to Write a PhD Thesis?

A 9-year old boy is about to get a Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and on his path to start a doctorate thesis. Do you have to be a genius to get involved in such a complex and demanding task at the age of 9? The answer is pretty much yes. You need some extraordinary…

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Exam revision tips

How to Survive Your First Exam Season

04 December 2019 | Comments Off on How to Survive Your First Exam Season

So, you have survived freshers’ week and now you are concerned about how to withstand your first exam session. This challenge may be substantially more stressful than the previous ones and a poor strategy can really be a deal breaker for you. You can check our last-minute revision tips to avoid panic before the exam, but…

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Overcoming Anxiety and Depression As a Student

03 December 2019 | Comments Off on Overcoming Anxiety and Depression As a Student

Going to University is arguably one of the most crucial phases of a student’s life. The transition from school to university not only opens the door for several new opportunities but also comes with its own set of challenges. Not all students are the same, some get through this phase with a breeze whereas others…

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General Election 2019: What Unis Can and Can’t Do?

28 November 2019 | Comments Off on General Election 2019: What Unis Can and Can’t Do?

The 2019 UK general election, which is scheduled to be held on the 12th of December 2019, is expected to have a strong impact on the country’s political, social, and economic situation. The issues of Britain leaving the European Union, healthcare concerns, crime, and immigration are very important to voters who are going to give…

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Top 5 Postgraduate Subjects for Employability in the UK

27 November 2019 | Comments Off on Top 5 Postgraduate Subjects for Employability in the UK

Being able to find a job after you leave university is very important, but with more and more graduates gaining degrees each year it is becoming harder to identify what degrees make you a desirable employee. Whilst there are jobs which are directly vocational, such as midwifery and nursing, this list focuses on the degrees…

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A Guide to Using Appendices in Your PhD Thesis

25 November 2019 | Comments Off on A Guide to Using Appendices in Your PhD Thesis

When you research your chosen topic, you will become an expert in the field and probably be left with a lot of information to say about your specialism. With Appendices you can still include it, but without making your sentences confusing and difficult to read, thus affecting your result. Appendices are a key tool to…

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resubmissions

Re-submissions: What to Do if You Failed Your Dissertation

22 November 2019 | Comments Off on Re-submissions: What to Do if You Failed Your Dissertation

If your thesis has failed to be unique and strong enough to earn a pass mark, you will be given a second chance to resubmit it. While dissertation failures are rarer than essay or coursework failures, they are more devastating for the affected students. If you feel lost and overwhelmed at the moment, the following…

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second year student accomodation

Meet a New Review Service for Students Accommodation in the UK!

21 November 2019 | Comments Off on Meet a New Review Service for Students Accommodation in the UK!

How often student tenants do not get what they have paid for? How often student tenancies do not meet the basic quality standards? And most importantly, how to make sure your student hall provider, letting agent, or landlord is reliable? If you are a student and any of these questions have ever crossed your mind,…

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NEWS: Don’t Be Afraid of Giving Wrong Answers to Professors!

20 November 2019 | Comments Off on NEWS: Don’t Be Afraid of Giving Wrong Answers to Professors!

We are all striving to build a better society without stereotypes where all individuals have equal rights and opportunities. The Ohio House is definitely committed to this aim since it has recently approved legislation, which would protect student rights to religious expression in public schools. This legislation is reported to allow students to give scientifically…

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Thinking of doing a Master’s degree? Here’s what to expect in a postgraduate interview

20 November 2019 | Comments Off on Thinking of doing a Master’s degree? Here’s what to expect in a postgraduate interview

If you’re thinking of doing a Masters degree then you have to realise that at some point you will be called into an interview, either with the course leader or a lecturer on the course. Interviews can be daunting, and since you are stepping into postgraduate education it might be the case that you have…

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