We’ve all been there; trying to cram information for that exam that’s coming up, but nothing seems to be absorbed.
Some students find it hard to choose which GCSE subjects to test in. If your school has a long list of them, you may have your pick of favourites. On the other hand, you might look over that list and wonder why the exams you want to sit aren’t on it.
I’ve just finished a Maths degree and as much as I love Maths, I can tell you that studying it wasn’t always sunshine and rainbows.
As exams fast approach, here are some handy tips from members of our Stemette Society to help you through this exams season…
In computer science GCSE, you will be studying both theory and practical.
From GCSE’s to university, Jennie discusses her journey to her career today as a Principal Engineer with some great advice you might also find helpful for your own careers.
We asked the members of the Stemette Society for the best piece of advice they’ve ever heard. So take a look for some words of wisdom.
Choosing your GCSE’s can be daunting as there are so many subjects to consider, here is some advice from Stemette Society members who have already made their options.
Finding the time to switch off in the evenings or at the weekends is important for us all. We asked the Stemette Society members:
How do you find time for some me-time?