On the day Michael Gove announces GCSE reform, a survey commissioned by assessment body Cambridge Assessment shows that 51% of students on the UK’s largest student community website, The Student Room, think the current GCSE system doesn’t offer equal opportunities to all participants.
A recent survey found that browsing the web on smartphones is very common amongst students, with social networks being the most popular sites.
News: 12th September 2012
As International students – let down by London Metropolitan – struggle to find places at university, The Student Room’s international survey, commissioned by the Student World, has found that UK students are eager to explore their overseas options too.
A Level Results Day has now passed and now many students are in the process of preparing for university, going through Clearing, or getting ready for the world of work. However,
As results day, sixth form and college fade into a distant memory, and the post-partying reality sets in, students with accepted places at university are turning to The Student Room to ask their peers’ advice on how best to prepare and – perhaps more importantly – what to pack!
With over 35,000 posts made across The Student Room on 16th August 2012, we tracked conversation throughout the day to see how students’ attitudes changed as A-Level results were released.
In a recent TSR poll to find students’ fast food favourite, burger industry giant McDonalds came bottom of the junk food heap.
As results day heads in to its final hours we’ve asked Chris Newson (CEO), Jason Geall (MD) and Jamie O’Connell (Marketing Director) to reflect on the busiest day in HE.
As the world’s largest student site we’re privileged to have a great view on what students are talking about. So we’ve jumped head first in to the discussion and pulled out the most relevant information for you today.
Throughout the day we’ll be reporting on the latest activity from the world’s largest student site and the busiest student site on A-Level results day.