Early last week, St Olave's in Orpington, one of the UK's leading grammar schools, made the news after it told a handful of its Sixth Form students that they could not return for their final A-Level year since they did not secure high enough grades in their exams. This move has been dismissed as draconian, no less by the parents of affected students.
Choosing which AS subject to drop? The subject you got your lowest grade in might seem like the obvious choice, but make
A brave teenager who was left paralysed from the neck down in a road accident is to receive a compensation package worth
A sixth form college has launched an investigation after a group of students sat down to an AS Level exam only to find they
Cambridge University is considering reintroducing universal and generalised entrance exams for all candidates in the wake
Welcome to the second in my triptych of blogs about getting into Oxbridge. Sorry if you have a tweed fetish and actually came here for sex tips.
Here's some advice about getting into the big two that's a little less 'be yourself' and a little more 'prepare like so'. I graduated from Oxford a couple of years ago and while I was there I worked at University open days and for my college as an interviews chaperone. I know the system, and in my next three posts I'll reveal what you need to do to get in.
Pupils have been disqualified from an exam after blundering teachers wrongly told the children they were allowed to use text
Demand for GCSEs is falling as students continue to choose practical courses in subjects such as food safety and music. For
AS-levels could become increasingly irrelevant if teenagers apply for university after receiving their final A-level grades