TES is a website for teachers, and its resource section contains revision guides, worksheets, and activities for all subjects and age groups.
BBC's bitesize is a popular resource for secondary school students. Along with revision notes, the site also offers audio, video, activities, and a variety of interactive content.
S-cool provides revision notes for GCSE and A-level exams. Great for some last minute revising!
Tutor2u provides courses and resources for business, economics and politics.
Free online classes from 80+ leading universities and organisations.
Want to learn a new language? Or want to improve your writing skills? Open University offers hundreds of free courses on a number of subjects.
A great place to learn languages! If you have a base language you are fluent in, you can most likely use it to learn other languages. For example, if you're good with English, you can use that to learn French, or Spanish, or German, or....
Wikipedia continues to be the best place to find quick information on virtually anything and everything.
How Stuff Work explains thousands of topics from every field. With its videos, podcasts, diagrams and articles, it is a great resource especially for Science students.
Crash Course is a fun Youtube channel with crash courses in various and disparate subjects such as Biology, Literature, Chemistry, World History, US History, Ecology.
MyMaths provides Maths resources including lessons, worksheets, and tests for students of all ages. It is, however, a subscription website for schools, so please do check if your school is subscribed to the service.
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Looking for the best school for your child, but don't know where to start? The Good Schools Guide provides information and advice on how to find the right school./h3>
Compare schools in your area on BBC's education website, or look at school league tables./h3>
Are you planning to learn English or taking an English exam such as the IELTS soon? The British Council website offers a range of information and resources for English learners and test takers./h3>
The Times' university rankings are amongst the most comprehensive ranking systems available online. The website compares universities on the basis of teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
The Guardian is another reputed newspaper that provides a University Guide and advice for prospective applicants.
All set to apply to university? Apply on the UCAS website and track your application.
Researching for a project and looking for less commerical search results? Ixquick may be the right search engine for you.
If you are working on a thesis or dissertation, Google Scholar is the perfect place to find academic sources to research your work.
Gap years, Internships, and Jobs:
Looking at taking a year out before starting university? Or just finished university and want to see the world before starting work? Gapyear.com is a good place to get some ideas and tips for your year out.
University isn't for everyone, and sometimes learning on the job is the best way to get started. Many leading firms like Deloitte, KPMG, Ernst & Young, and PWC offer school leaver programmes that prepare you for professional qualifications while working, such as the ACCA. Student Ladder provides links to various such opportunities.
Milkround is a leading graduate recruitment website, and has a very large database of graduate jobs and internships.
News and Views:
Keep up to date with higher education news and updates on the Times Higher Education Supplement website.
A popular student forum with extensive resources on universities and university life.
Whether you want to discuss past exam questions, debate politics, or chit chat about day to day life, this is the place to go to.
Struggling to manage your timetable? Try mystudentlife's planner for students and teachers.
If you don't mind paying a bit, there's also mystudylife's online planner at mystudylife.
And a bit of Fun!:
Find lots of vouchers and student discount offers on Student Beans.
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