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10 Easy Tips for Writing a First Class Literature Review

21 February 2020 | Comments Off on 10 Easy Tips for Writing a First Class Literature Review

A literature review is probably the largest chapter, which sets a theoretical background for the whole dissertation. So, it is hardly surprising that undergraduate and postgraduate students tend to include everything they know about the subject in this essential part. Alternatively, tutors are willing to see not a horrendous mixture of theories and definitions but…

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The Importance of Internships, Work Experience and Placements

17 February 2020 | Comments Off on The Importance of Internships, Work Experience and Placements

Many universities and a wide variety of courses offer placement years or placement units for internships and work experience within their degree course. Often a placement year is optional and students find placement units tedious or irrelevant to the degree itself and worth very few marks towards their final grade. However, analysing the positives of…

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100 Best Student Discounts in the UK

12 February 2020 | Comments Off on 100 Best Student Discounts in the UK

Life in the UK is never cheap and student loans and accommodation costs do not pay for themselves. Since a penny saved is a penny earned, we have compiled a list of 100 best discounts in the UK for students that may allow you to save tremendous sums throughout your university years. Banking and Insurance…

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The Best Ways to Procrastinate

10 February 2020 | Comments Off on The Best Ways to Procrastinate

Procrastination is a very familiar term for students. To procrastinate is to ‘delay or postpone action; put off doing something.’ and when at university procrastinating can be debilitating on your work load. The work builds up over time with coursework, essays, dissertations, presentations… the list goes on and the to do list gets longer. Sometimes…

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How To Cope With University Related Anxiety

03 February 2020 | Comments Off on How To Cope With University Related Anxiety

Introduction In today’s world, dealing with stress and anxiety is part of life. Students who are in University are particularly susceptible to anxiety because of several reasons. Firstly, moving into University is vastly different from high school. Secondly, many students tend to move cities or countries in order to enrol into the University of their…

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How to Use Spreadsheets to Solve Complex Problems

27 January 2020 | Comments Off on How to Use Spreadsheets to Solve Complex Problems

A spreadsheet is a file consisting of rows and columns that helps users to easily sort and arrange data and make calculations and data analysis when required. Spreadsheets have been used to solve various problems from different fields including mathematics, physics, economic and business. Apart from simple calculations, spreadsheets can also hold and solve complex problems with…

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Top 10 Tips to Stay Safe at University in the UK

20 January 2020 | Comments Off on Top 10 Tips to Stay Safe at University in the UK

So, you have managed to get admission to your dream university and are busy in making the arrangements for the much-awaited shift from your hometown. But wait! Going to university can be a lot more than studying, having fun and living an independent life. It is that time of a student’s life when a person…

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How to Make the Most of your University Lecturers

13 January 2020 | Comments Off on How to Make the Most of your University Lecturers

University lecturers can make a huge difference with regards to how well you get on at university. They devise your courses, plan your lessons and eventually mark your papers. It is important to understand how make the most out of the lessons that they are trying to teach you. Tuition fees are not cheap, so…

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Why learning from others is the most important skill to learn at university

06 January 2020 | Comments Off on Why learning from others is the most important skill to learn at university

University is a place where people will learn many new and important lessons. Whether they are life lessons, academic lessons or lessons about how you really shouldn’t be partying the night before exams, they will all be shaped by the people who are around you. Whether you realise it or not your peers will have…

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Pros & Cons of Making Universities Free for British Students

19 December 2019 | Comments Off on Pros & Cons of Making Universities Free for British Students

Although the British higher education system is highly effective, there is still no consensus upon whether the government should provide education services for free. Here are some pros and cons of making Universities free for national students. Cons Charging students for higher education services provided by unis is the only certain way to guarantee a…

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