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  • NEWS: Fall in GCSE grades

    Posted by ENPress on August 24, 2012 in Blog Latest News | 0 comment

    There has been a fall in the proportion of GCSEs awarded an A*-C grade, for the first time in history since the exams were introduced 24 years ago. This year’s results show 69.4% of entries earned grades A*-C, compared with 69.8% last year. There is also a fall in the proportion of pupils receiving the [...]

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  • OPPORTUNITY: Let your voice be heard!

    Posted by BSoetan on December 13, 2011 in Blog Latest Opportunities | 0 comment

    Elevation Networks has teamed up with the blue chip firm Deloitte to commission its first research and we need your help. We want to know all about your experience as a student and hopes for future employment. We have designed a short 5 minute survey. By giving us 5 minutes of your time, you have [...]

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  • EVENT: How on earth do I get a First Class Degree?

    Posted by BSoetan on November 4, 2011 in Blog Latest Opportunities | 0 comment

    EN is excited to be supporting this university tour. Last year an estimated 30,000 graduates were jobless. According to the Association of Graduate Recruiters  70% of graduate recruiters do not even look at a degree that is under a 2.1 Classification. Only an estimated 11% of graduates achieve a First Class Degree who are the first to be scouted for [...]

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  • The Paradox of the Power of `The Paper´- Student Perspectives – Clearing 2011

    Posted by BSoetan on August 18, 2011 in Blog Latest News | 0 comment

    It seems like decades ago when I was one of those anxious college students waiting for their A Level results. Bearing in mind that I am only 21 and have just graduated from university; what was only four years ago, seems now like a far distant memory. Despite this, I can still recall every moment [...]

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  • Are A-levels Really Getting Easier? – Student Perspectives – Clearing 2011

    Posted by BSoetan on August 18, 2011 in Blog | 0 comment

    So your results are in! The culmination of all that late night, last minute revision is contained within that ominous little envelope in your hands. But whether you have made the grade or not, one thing you can be sure of is that by teatime, you will be hearing politicians, academics, and every other person [...]

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