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    Putwain (2011) conducted a study that focused on the examination stress experienced by secondary students preparing for their General Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations. This research aimed at understanding the subjectivity of examination stress in students preparing for their GCSE examination and was specifically interested in four key factors identified by Denscombe (2000) and Putwain (2009), namely: aspirations, importance of GCSEs, self-worth and pressures from others. In addition

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    My Interest in Law

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    school from May 1999 to June 2000 and my task included mobilising students to attend worship on Sundays, as well as assisting other school prefects to run the school. My good communication skills helped to elect me to the office of the Secretary-General of the Photography Club from September 1999 to June 2000, during which I was responsible for minuting meetings and organising club activities. I co-organised a successful Afro-Caribbean Night at my school last May by which we raised seven hundred

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    UK Education in Chaos

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    UK Education in Chaos The British education system at one time was considered as one of the world's finest, admired and emulated by nations spanning several continents. Now it is in a state of disarray, reduced to nothing less than a complete shambles and plagued with corruption thanks to the implementation of the so-called Curriculum 2000. "Luck of the draw" is becoming an increasingly influential factor in today's exam lottery. This article's title draws on the sarcasm of a Warwick undergraduate

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    Personal Statement From an early age I have always been interested in the way the business and technology world operates among our everyday lives. Since starting my A levels, the complexities of the business and technology industries have become more clear, the way it is forever changing and adapting to create more paths to success is a feature I can also apply to my own life. I realise that not just academic understanding is needed but motivation, creativity and hard work is needed to flourish

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    If I were to be asked some time ago, to state how I wanted my life to progress out, I would most probably be tongue-tied. Secondary school, from ages 11-13, appeared, to me, as a massive fuzz of nothingness. In hindsight I didn’t think much into my school life. However, during ages 14-16; my ‘GCSE’ years, things have changed. I now know, with conviction, that a career in Biotechnology is what I am aiming for. Selecting the A level courses - Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Psychology were almost

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    I have always been determined to enter the financial sector and contribute the growth and development of this area; I want to make a great impact on this industry. My desire is sustained by the inspirational role models that drive the corporation forward; like Alan sugar. I realised that not only academic understanding is needed, but motivation, confidence and creativity are also, needed to flourish. These factors have allowed me to pursue in the following subjects: Business Studies, Accounting

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    From a very young age, I was intrigued as to how everything around me worked. From what makes Vehicles move to how images appear on a screen. It wasn't until I began to learn Physics in school, that I was given a more detailed understanding of how all the instrumental parts come together, to create a piece of machinery as simple as a Light Switch. It is one of those objects we use every single day, however it is unlikely that the average person gives much thought to what is behind the wall, what

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    Adam Ali Personal statement Law and Business are ever-growing subjects which will always be a part of our lives. With this in mind I have chosen to do a subject which can be easily related to with real life situations as this is what makes it interesting and intriguing to me. At university I would like to study a course directly related to the A-levels which I have pursued. This is because I feel that Law, Business and ICT are all very much linked together in different ways. For example businesses

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    Accounting aids the government and organisations in decision making for their financial stability. This numerical data helps solve real life problems and contributes to how the economy and businesses perform. My interest in Accounting and Finance stems from wanting to understand how governments and businesses make their vital decisions to be profitable. Studying this degree, will allow me to gain an understanding of financial accounting, management accounting and taxation providing me with skills

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    “Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.” This is quoted by Winston describing citizenship, its importance in his point of view. So what is considered a strong and dependable citizen? There are many different perspectives on a good citizen. Do we need strong citizens or do we need dependable citizens, what type of citizens do we need for a strong Democracy? There are three types of citizens. A citizen is a legal recognized subject who they are native or naturalized

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