Ernest Rutherford and his famous experiment

Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937) was a New Zealand physicist who’s often referred to as the father of nuclear physics. So basically, he’s a pretty big deal. Over the course of his career, Rutherford aided the world’s understanding of nuclear physics in … Read More

Random Tudor facts you should really remember

Aside from what you may already know about the Tudors, there are a few other bits of information that might be worth being aware of, just in case they pop up in an exam unexpectedly. Firstly, let’s talk money. The … Read More

Everything you need to know about Hitler

I know you probably don’t need me to tell you who Adolf Hitler was, but for good measure, Hitler was a German politician who was the leader of the Nazi Party and Führer (or leader) of Germany. He was Chancellor … Read More

Which A-levels to take for the most popular UK degrees

Deciding which A-levels to take is a major decision that can significantly … Read More

How to revise for your A-levels in one month

Of course, our teachers encourage us to start revising the moment we … Read More