A few months ago, we sat down with our then lead mentor, Charlotte Wood, who told us a little bit about her journey since graduating from the University of Manchester. INICIO is worlds away from her first graduate job at NEXT and we were really interested in the reasons behind why she moved and how we compare!
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At this point, despite the Chequers plan, everyone is still unsure on the effect of Brexit and I think we will continue to be confused until all of the fine details are hashed out and the clock has struck midnight on the 31st December 2020. However, I am going to join the hoards of people speculating what this monumental political event could mean.
According to Jo “biology is life”, and not just in the literal sense! It is something she is incredibly passionate about, and loves sharing her knowledge with her tutees here at INICIO. In this blog, Amelia interviews her to find out more about this inspiring obsession :)
Amelia Bargh, one of our specialist politics mentors, studied PPE at the University of York. This degree is increasing in popularity, more and more universities are offering it, and it is becoming increasingly unclear what this holistic undergraduate degree entails. Therefore, we have asked Amelia a few questions to provide us with a unique insight into this empowering course.
Matthew had difficulty with maths throughout secondary school, but he wanted to exceed the C grade he was predicted at GCSE.
How did Matthew go on to excel in Maths?
After Matthew spent another term grappling with his motivation for maths, his mum found INICIO and sought help.
A naturally bright student, Matthew needed a tutor who he could connect with. Matthew took a shine to his new tutor Vita, who believed in him and encouraged him to grow and learn independently. His newfound motivation and bond with Vita helped him to achieve incredible results.
Matthew’s mum saw first-hand why 100% of parents say INICIO’s tutors are motivated and enthusiastic
“Because Matthew enjoyed his study at INICIO, his results skyrocketed. His grade for maths at Year 11 was an A-star. And with another three A-stars and two Bs on his report card, he has the motivation and enthusiasm to take him forward with his study at AS and A2-level.”