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My A-Level Experience – What I Learned

If you’ve been keeping up with my blog posts since I started, you’ll know that I am currently studying at the University of Leicester. Before that however, like most students planning to study in the U.K do, I completed a 2 year A-Level programme.

And since I grew up on the island of Grand Turk, and the only school offering A-Levels was the British West Indies Collegiate on the island of Providenciales, I had to pack up at the age of 16 and leave the comfort of my parents home for what I later learned would be the worst two years of my entire life. Continue reading My A-Level Experience – What I Learned

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U.K. Slang Decoded: For the International Students

Now that I’ve told you guys where I’m from, it’ll probably make a bit more sense to you when I say that U.K. slang was completely foreign to me when I moved there last September. Even though my country is a colony of Britain… the slangs we use are totally different. TOTALLY different.

So in this post, I decided to explain some of the words (have to figure out a few for yourself innit?) I’ve encountered this year, to give those of you moving or thinking about moving to the U.K. to little a bit of a head start.

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Things to Consider When Choosing A Uni

Hey guys!

So in my last post I gave you a few tips for your first year of uni. But before you pack up and leave your parent’s house, you have to know where you’re actually headed.

Since every university differs, I decided to break down a few things to consider before you make your final choice in four categories:  Continue reading Things to Consider When Choosing A Uni