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Having gifts and getting praise from your grandmother is one of the best parts which every child gets when he/she scores good grade in his/her exams. Getting good grades in exams is one of the most challenging tasks for the students especially when there are a number of dreadful subjects and lined up activities. Fetching continue reading
Are you going for a job interview or for university admission? And are nervous about what the interviewer might ask from you? Don’t worry and get prepared by practicing the possible questions that your interviewer might ask from you. If you are in search of the questions that you might encounter during your interview, then continue reading
The country remains deeply divided over the likely impact of Brexit, but one clear winner has already emerged - politics departments at universities. There has been a 28% surge in applications to politics courses since the debate about Europe took off in the run-up to the 2016 referendum. Applications went up by from 34,275 in 2013 to continue reading
Racial harassment is "a common occurrence" for many students in England, Scotland and Wales, Britain's equalities watchdog says. Victims' grades and mental health too often suffer and some quit altogether, according to an Equality and Human Rights Commission report. But too many universities fear facing up to the issue will harm their reputation, the authors say. In response, continue reading
Parents seeking support for children with special educational needs face unlawful practices, buck passing and a "treacle of bureaucracy", MPs say. The Commons Education Committee said the government had set councils up to fail by upping parents' expectations while cutting council budgets overall. Already stretched families were being torn apart, its report said, as they fought for their children's continue reading
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