Bournemouth and Beyond

 

Hi everyone,

Welcome to March! The weather seems to be warming up a little and the days are getting longer meaning summer is on its way. Exams and deadlines are looming, but there’s still enough time to plan our revision and prepare for when they arrive.

This month I’ll be talking about…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 20 March 2016

Category: Isobel

Top 3 tips on how to get high grades at Sociology

Hello again!


This blog post is mainly about the subject of Sociology (although you could probably adapt many of these to other subjects as well).
I got an A at GCSE Sociology, and I am now working at an A grade in A2 Sociology, so I thought I’d give some tips on how you too, if you’re…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 15 March 2016

Category: Jasmine

Unearthing Geography

 

Hi everyone,

2016 is already upon us and hopefully this year will be excellent for us all!

Like my previous two blogs, where I have focused on each of my subjects, I will be talking about the third and final subject I am studying here at Cadbury: Geography. I have always had a passion…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 29 January 2016

Category: Isobel

The Skills Show

 

This blog is dedicated to The Skills Show which took place from 19-21 November in the NEC located by the Birmingham Airport.

The NEC hosts UK’s largest events from releasing new products to hosting events such as the Comic-Con. Whatever big event happens, it happens here at The NEC…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 23 December 2015

Category: Kamal

December and Digital Arts

 

Hi everyone,

December seems to have come around incredibly quickly – we’re at the end of our first term already! I have to admit though; this is my favourite time of year, so I’m definitely not complaining!

But, similar to last month, I thought I’d use this blog post to talk about…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 23 December 2015

Category: Isobel

Making a start at Cadbury College

 

This year, hundreds of new students joined Cadbury College. Getting into an entirely different environment can be difficult sometimes, however fitting into Cadbury isn't hard. Besides having a great variety of subjects to choose from, the college also has awesome societies that we can join…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 27 November 2015

Category: Lilla

How to manage exam stress

I think we all know the feeling when we’re a bit more stressed than usual because an assessment or an exam is coming up. Now, a little bit of stress isn't harmful; it can motivate you to work harder. However when you get to the point that it distracts you and messes up your daily routine, you need…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 27 November 2015

Category: Lilla

5 apps to help you study

 

Many people will tell you to bury your phone in a soundproof box 6 feet underground when studying, but your phone can actually be quite helpful. It fully depends on how you are using it. Here are some ways I use my phone to get the most of my revision.


Pomodoro

The Pomodoro technique…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 27 November 2015

Category: Alya

University: Is it worth it?

 

Many of you reading this will be facing a big decision is your life in regards to your career. In amidst of all that is one very important question that has many benefits and arguably some disadvantages. That question is do you want to continue your studies by going to university? The truth…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 27 November 2015

Category: Taha

Transition from 1st year to 2nd year

 

Hello again, it’s Jasmine!

Decided my first “official” blog post - to say- should be about how I've been finding my A2 year (2nd year of a-levels). All I can say right now is… My WORD there a lot of work! A lot of hard work!

It’s not just revision, and end of topic tests, and mock…

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Posted by Rebecca Harbot on 27 November 2015

Category: Jasmine