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The six different types of people you’ll come across in halls

So, you’re off to university. You’ve got your bags packed and a room … Read More

Do you recognise your teachers in any of these stereotypical teacher profiles?

The five different types of teachers you’ll have in school

Where there are lessons and things to be learnt, there must also be … Read More

Have a hankering to explore? We take a look at the best places to study abroad

The 10 best cities in the world to study abroad

Daydreaming of studying abroad but don’t want to end up … Read More

Don't ignore the social side to university - we reveal the top 10 institutions for nightlife

The top seven universities for nightlife

Applying to university next year? If you’re just beginning your search, … Read More

Feeling lazy but still want to learn a language other than English? Why not give one of these a go!

The easiest foreign languages to learn

The English language is closely related to many Germanic and … Read More

Are you smarter than an 11-year-old?

Are your grammar skills as good as an 11-year-old’s? … Read More

Sixth form is a big adjustment - read on to get the lowdown on what you need to know

Five things no one tells you about starting sixth form

The time has finally come, you’ve entered sixth form and the end of your school life is in sight. But is it turning out exactly how you thought? Take it from someone who spent a lot of time trying to navigate … Read More

‘I’m addicted to revising’: What it’s like when you can’t stop studying

“I wake up at 6.30am and revise until 7.30pm,” explains Alexa. … Read More

What’s a bullet journal and why should you start one?

When it comes to school and endless pieces of coursework, it can be difficult to stay organised. Enter the bullet journal — AKA peak organisation. What is a bullet journal, you ask? To put it vaguely, a bullet journal (bujo for … Read More