Category Archives: Education

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10 Awesome Tips for Improving Revision [infographic]

The exam period can be a stressful time for students, especially when our attempts at revision haven’t been gone particularly well. The 10 revision tips set out in the interactive infographic below provide a perfect distraction during the Christmas exam period! Did you know that studying without a break can ruin your concentration and make […]

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Graduate Jobs in Numbers [infographic]

From scouring the internet for jobs and writing applications to moving cities and starting in a brand new industry, heading out into the job market after university can be a seriously daunting step. But with the right advice and a little confidence up your sleeve, soon you’ll have to fight off all the offers. With […]

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What Does Your Handwriting Say About You? [infographic]

The rise of modern technology has meant that very few of us have the opportunity to read other people’s writing and also for others to see our own. However, there are still a number of occasions where handwriting is used which is an amazing opportunity to gain insight into a person’s personality. According to the […]

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Untranslatable Words from Other Languages [infographic]

Have you ever been in a situation where you felt a particular feeling but couldn’t express it because there wasn’t a word for it in English? In those situations we usually just describe what we’re feeling, even if the word doesn’t exist. However, there are various words in other languages that have no English equivalent. […]

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Countries with the Best Schools and Happiest Kids [infographic]

Have you ever wondered how the British or US education system compares to those in other countries? A recent survey conducted by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development compared test scores from 65 countries. Children were asked to agree or disagree with the statement “I feel happy at school” and the test scores were […]