Monthly Archives: July 2011

Getting a place at Oxbridge: state v independent school students

Students from high attaining comprehensive schools are far less likely to attend top universities than those from independent schools. So say the Sutton Trust in their report ‘Degree of Success’. Just focusing on Oxbridge entrants, they found that: “2,000 schools and colleges … Continue reading

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Newsflash: Tutorhub a finalist in the 2011 Education Investor Awards

We were pleased to see that news of Tutorhub has spread, so much so that it has been listed as a finalist in the 2011 Education Investor Awards, to be held in November in London. We will let you know … Continue reading

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A* with distinction

“Exams are easier today than they were when I was younger”, we have all heard it. If enough people say it, that makes it true – right? As a father of a teenage boy mid-way through his GCSE’s I can … Continue reading

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