From joining societies to getting involved with politics, here’s how to make the most of freshers week – without any alcohol being involved whatsoever.
Today is GCSE results day, the day that represents your first step away from the rigours of school and on to a life of freedom and semi-adulthood.
Teens across the country will wake up this morning feeling either a slight tinge of smugness or a moment of blind panic about their a-level results.
We’re here to give you a few tips on what to do once you’ve received your grades (WHICH COME OUT AUGUST 17), as well as a few reassuring slices of reality.
As there’s nothing we like more than shining a light on amazing Muslims, we’ve scoured Twitter to find the most inspiring and downright LIT graduation pics!
Google, HP and the Clooneys’ foundation will donate a total of $3.25m to pay for transportation, supplies, computers, curriculum and teacher training.
As Ummahsonic loves to dole out advice to our readers, we thought we’d offer you tips on what to do once the mortarboard comes off and adult life begins.
On Monday, a friend of Oxford student and south Londoner Fiona Asiedu tweeted Stormzy to ask if he could RT Fiona’s crowdfunding page. He did, and then some
After extolling the benefits of creating a revision timetable and keeping your revising-brain in peak condition, we’re now on to our favourite topic: Food.
On our quest to leave no revision stone unturned, we’re looking at every aspect of exam prep, starting with a forgotten route to mental excellence: exercise
Summer is almost here. Yay! Sadly, it also means exams are almost here. Boo. Here’s how to make a revision timetable that will hopefully help you ace them.
At Ummahsonic we love a good Youtuber or vlogger, so we thought we’d look at tips and tricks to become a Youtube sensation yourself!
Traditionally, Freshers Week at universities in the UK are very drink-heavy, which doesn’t always work. So we wanted to put a few tips together to help.