Although INICIO students rarely find themselves in this predicament, as we have mentored and guided them towards realistic goals, you never know what’s going to happen on the day of the ‘real’ exam. It might be that you were on track for an ‘A*’ all year, but then on the day you misread the main essay question, panicked, or ran out of time, which led to your results day not being quite as happy as you imagined.
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I hope this blog post is the first step to helping you out of this predicament!
Feeling hot, hot, hot…but is it as bad as I’m making out? My findings in this blog clearly state that it is, and that we need more geographers to help us analyse what’s going on!
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Oxbridge universities are amongst the best in the world. They are seen as the hardest universities to get into and they run the most intense and difficult degrees in the UK. Their exams are so competitive, with the results being published publically, which adds even more stress to the students. This blog reveals how Oxbridge students cope with this and how these skills can be transferred to A-levels, GCSEs and SATs.