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A Level Results Day

Re-Sitting Your A Levels

14th August 19

Results day has finally arrived. It may appear from friends and social media that everyone has secured the grades they wanted. This can make it incredibly tough if you haven’t achieved your desired results and are now faced with reconsidering...

What Careers Can an Art A Level Lead to?

29th May 19

Having an A level in a creative subject is an essential starting point for students who wish to follow an art and design career path, but also hugely valuable for those who might not. After completing their A levels, students can...

Choosing A Levels

21st May 19

The A level subjects you choose will help shape your degree choices for university so it’s not a decision you should take lightly. There are a variety of things to consider when making your selection and it would be best not...

5 Time Management Tips for Students

15th March 19

Managing your time well is an essential skill in successful study. Most students have busy lives and from time to time, everyone suffers from a lack of motivation. These factors can have a negative impact on your study plans and...

Top 10 Revision Tips & Tricks for Students

6th March 19

After many months of lessons and homework, it’s finally time to start revising for your exams. This is a tough time for students, which is why we’ve put together 10 top tips to help get you started. 1.      Create a...

What Are the Best A levels to Take to Study Medicine?

20th February 19

Has it always been your dream is to study Medicine at university and become a Doctor? If so, it’s likely that you have a strong interest in science related subjects. That’s a great place to start, because when considering your...

Revision Timetable

Relax or Revise During the Holidays?

13th February 19

Finding the right balance between work and play can be a real struggle for some students, especially over the holiday period. Half-term is a time to relax and have fun, but if exams are looming it can be hard to...

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How to Get Organised for College

6th February 19

Good organisational skills are vital for study. Organisation comes naturally to many people, but for others it takes a little more time and effort. It’s nothing that some new routines and systems can’t help with! We have put together some...

What Careers Can a Language A Level Lead to?

25th January 19

All languages have their place on the world map. At Brampton College we teach French, German, Italian and Spanish, but encourage our many international students to value their mother tongue and consider it an excellent skill. Choosing to study languages...

Building student confidence is key. The rest is academic.

19th August 16

Students at Brampton College received fantastic A level results once again on Thursday with the vast majority receiving a place at their preferred university choice. Whilst obtaining a place at their chosen university and academic achievement is crucial for students,...

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