or Why School Was Not A Waste of Time
I decided to write another satirical piece on the ridiculous amount of work we have to do as an IB student. Enjoy!
After organising my own solo recital last year and performing in several of my friends’ shows for charity, I have learnt quite a lot about how to put on a good concert! Here is a step-by-step guide to organising your own concert at school.
Just a bit of fun – obviously some things are a little exaggerated but I hope you can relate. Enjoy!
A cheat sheet and guide to help you prepare for the PAT.
I meet a lot of A level students who don’t understand the International Baccalaureate (IB). The two qualifications lead to a completely different sixth form experience: we seem to be from two completely different worlds when it comes to studying.
I (and everybody else) have some expectations about uni that I’m not sure will be true or not. It would be interesting to list them here and come back to them later to see how right/wrong I was!
I’ve been very lucky with the support that I received from the school and elsewhere, as well as getting an interview at Oxford. From all my experience, I think I’m in a good place to share some of the typical generic questions Oxbridge interviewers might ask you.