Being a “Real” Writer
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Being a “Real” Writer

Unfortunately, it’s very easy to take a “guilty until proven innocent” standpoint when questioning the authenticity of someone’s identity as a writer, especially your own. I mean, everyone knows real writers write every single day using a typewriter, never use the word “said”, got published first try, have read the entire works of Shakespeare backwards … 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