WIN Amazon Voucher Giveaway

Win £25 Amazon Voucher
Win £25 Amazon Voucher

WIN Amazon Voucher Giveaway

You may remember that last year I announced that I would be taking a couple of students with me to the Bar Council Annual Bar Conference in 2017.

I really want more students attending legal events and some legal events are free or discounted for students so it is worth checking them out.

Win £25 Amazon Voucher

Win £25 Amazon Voucher

So I have made the decision that for 2017 I am going to be running a lot more competitions, books, tickets to events etc.

So let’s kick February off with an Amazon Voucher Giveaway and if you win you will be sent the Amazon Voucher.

Don’t forget to enter below, and a winner will be selected after the giveaway closes on 13th March at 7pm.

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Don’t forget to tweet and share the link with your friends!

Good luck.

Rebecca x

GCSE Results Day |2016

Congratulations to everyone who has received their GCSE Results today.  I worked out that 9 or 10 years ago I received mine, and that is making me feel quite old.

For some of you, you have spent the entire month trying to forget about the 25th August 2016, and others have wished it would come a lot quicker.

Well Done - GCSE Results

Well Done – GCSE Results

GCSE Results 2016 – IN THE NEWS

The news headlines today seem to mainly be focusing on the negatives, “huge declines in pass rates”, “what to do if you fail” and I would like this blog post to be slightly more positive.

what to do in the future

Growing up I was always told that so long as you know that you did your best, and that you couldn’t have possibly done anything more to study or in the exam, then that was fine.  Obviously my parents always want the best for me, but sometimes you can know absolutely everything, and the exam just doesn’t go your way, or you aren’t feeling so well.

So a message to everyone receiving results today, WELL DONE!

If you received the results you wanted, continue to work on your successes and the skills that got you there.

If your results were not what you expected, remember that everyone has a bad day sometimes, and sometimes these bad days fall on exams.  Pick yourself up, and focus on future study and exams.

If your results were not what you expected because you know deep down you didn’t study properly, you didn’t revise as much as you should or you just didn’t care in the exam, then you already know what you need to do.  Knuckle down and work hard, especially if you want to head off to University in two years.

Remember that you can turn everything around in your A Levels, but you need to put the work in.

Best of luck for the future.

Rebecca x