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A-Levels Like a Pro (ish): Discussion
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A-Levels Like a Pro (ish): Discussion

Well, we made it! Yesterday was A-level results day, and so we joined the rest of the country in finding out our future-defining grades. Nobody ever said that A-levels were easy, but this year, changes impacting the majority of A-level subjects came into effect. As you can imagine, this has meant total chaos for the … Continue reading

Opinion Post: Why The Rise in Unconditional Offers Isn’t a Bad Thing
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Opinion Post: Why The Rise in Unconditional Offers Isn’t a Bad Thing

According to UCAS, the number of unconditional offers has risen to 7.1% of all offers. Many articles list the rise in unconditional offers as a negative, as though they somehow corrupt the system. However, I would argue the opposite – for many of these students, this is exactly what they need. A levels have been … Continue reading

How NOT to write: Allergies
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How NOT to write: Allergies

Following the Peter Rabbit movie’s allergy bullying scene, allergies have been a hot conversation topic. While some people can’t fully grasp the terrifying nature of this scene, this just exposes a deeper issue. Like many other health issues and disabilities, there isn’t enough understanding of food allergies, despite the 21 million people in the UK alone … Continue reading

Revision: Language and Politeness
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Revision: Language and Politeness

Following our current trend of revision posts, we thought we’d cram in as much English Language as possible before the first exam on Wednesday. If you’re revising for component one, you may also find yesterday’s language acquisition post useful. Facework Most concepts about politeness focus on the idea of face; our public self-image that conversations need … Continue reading