Posts tagged higher education
Bridging the Gap: Moving on from YA fiction to Adult and Classical Novels

Many able kids continue to read young adult and teen fiction despite its simple level that doesn’t progress much despite the age range being 13-18. Rosie (Cambridge English student) gives book suggestions for teenagers - GCSE year students that bridge the gap between YA and adult or classical novels.

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Studying a Mathematical Subject: An Oxford Physics Master's Graduate's View

In some ways, Maths and Physics, being the most mathematical of the sciences, are the easiest subjects to learn. Oxford Physics Master’s graduate, Sanjay, explains the benefits of higher level mathematical study and the essential study skills required to succeed.

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To IB or not to IB, that is the Question: An Oxbridge English Graduate's View

Many students and their parents are faced with the question of whether or not to choose the International Baccalaureate, as opposed to A Levels or Pre-U exams. u2 offer a personal view by u2 Oxbridge mentor, Emma Irving (English Language and Literature, Oxford). Find out more about which examination would suit your child best with a u2 Schools Consultation.

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