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When should I start revising?

March 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Exam season is soon, but also very far. Is now the time to start working hard for your exams or should you risk leaving it last minute....

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Kamal Hyman: 3 Minute Motivation – You vs You

January 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Motivational youth speaker Kamal Hyman discusses determination and drive in his first ‘3 Minute Motivation’ video of the year. Motivational youth speaker, Kamal Hyman kicks of the year with the next installment of his ‘3...

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A review on the fifth networking event put on by Young Black Graduate UK. Yesterday, Young Black Graduates UK (YBG) hosted their first networking event of 2013. As per it was a success, with a...

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Need to enhance your networking skills, build your confidence, or just love to network? Young Black Graduates’ (YBG) ‘New Year, Now Network’ event is the place to be. It’s a new year, which means a...

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College 101: Meeting Deadlines

December 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

With the December deadlines completed and January ones looming, @TheLookoutDiary discusses meeting deadlines for the fourth edition of ‘College 101′. I previously did a post on schedules and organisation but what I want to talk...

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With a new year around the corner and resolutions to be made, E2E Guest Blogger Amma Brown speaks on why taking a gap year between college and university can be a great thing. When you’re...

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SOLA Nominees 2012: Achievement in Education

December 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

Spirit of London Awards 2012 finalists for the ‘Achievement in Education’ category. Meet the three finalists for this year’s Spirit of London Awards ‘Achievement in Education’ category. The winner will be announced on December 10th,...

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For the third edition of ‘College 101’ @TheLookoutDiary discusses how to organise study and social time. College is teaching me something very significant. Something teachers keep stressing day in and day out. Something I didn’t...

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Private schools and why they should be abolished

November 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

E2E’s political editor Abi discusses private schools and why they should be scrapped. In the UK, only 7 per cent of school children are privately educated, yet a shocking 54 per cent of Conservative MPs...

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