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Author Archives: Andy Bosworth

Police Officer Recruitment: The Ultimate Career Guide

Have you ever wondered how to join the UK Police Service? For newcomers, the process of police officer recruitment can be quite intimidating. With a wide range of tests, units and different constabularies to choose from, it’s hard to know where to start looking or what the best option is for you. Well, you’re in […]

Lesson Planning For Teachers: The Ultimate Guide

One of the most important skills that a teacher will pick up along the way in their career, is in effective lesson planning. A good lesson plan could mean the difference between your class descending into anarchy, or having a well-structured and educational lesson. So, what are the most important tools to use in lesson […]

IQ and Aptitude Test – How to improve your IQ score

  WHAT ARE IQ AND APTITUDE TESTS? An ‘IQ and Aptitude Test is designed to measure trait intelligence (IQ) and cognitive ability, which is indicated by your efficiency in processing information’. An IQ and Aptitude test is an important element of a psychometric test. The tests are designed to measure trait intelligence (IQ) and cognitive […]

GCSE Spanish Revision – Internet Module – Key Vocab

Of course, social media represents something of a ubiquitous presence in modern life, and, as discussed in the French revision blog, new vocab about the Internet appears every day. In GCSE Spanish revision there is no exception. So, although a Spanish social network called Tuenti is as or even more popular than Facebook, it is […]

How To Become A Prison Officer: Role Play Exercise

Prison Officers play an essential role in ensuring that British jails are well managed and disciplined. Their job is to supervise and deal with inmates, and this often means having to keep order amongst individuals who are abusive and angry. It goes without saying that this is a very challenging role, and therefore the selection […]

French GCSE Revision – ‘the Internet’ – Key Vocab

As in English, hundreds of new words surrounding the internet and social media spring up in French each year. Many of them are derived from or identical to their English equivalents, but, as you will discover below, many of them are unrecognisable when placed next to their translations. This can make French GCSE revision and […]

7 Things You Should Know Before Applying For Law School

Applying for Law School is incredibly tough. Now more than ever, Law programmes are fine tuning their selection process, so that only the strongest candidates are successful. With this in mind, we have put our legal heads together, to provide you with a list of ten things that you should know and do, before applying […]