Very often we get lost with these different systems which grade our language skills. Is B2 a good level (European system)? Is it better than 7.0 in IELTS? How much should I get in TOEFL? What is “Advanced”? The table below answers all these questions. Very useful.Read more "IELTS Results equivalents"
If you plan to study in the UK (or in any other country abroad) you will probably need to pass IELTS. Yeah, I this time… very stressful 🙂 But I did it! My result was 7.5 and I was very happy about it. However, I wouldn’t have passed the test well without one single thing… […]Read more "The biggest and most important advice For IELTS!"
There are just a few quick tips about how to buy food in the UK and save as much money as possible. 1. Avoid Sainsbury’s if you really want tosave some money. The difference between ASDA & Tesco and Sainsbury’s may not be huge but there is still a fact that food in this store is generally more expensive […]Read more "Tips On Buying Food in the UK"
In this article I will give you the CHEAPEST prices. Why? Because we are students! october, 2014 6 tomatoes – £0.69 White bread – £0.45 (Tesco), others – £1 1 cucumber (long) – £0,49 3 peppers – £0,99 Frozen pizza (30 cm) – £2 – £5 1 kg of cheese – £5 – £10 1 Tesco/Asda cola (2 litre) – £0,17 Frozen beef […]Read more "Food Prices In The UK"
All these acronyms have two parts. First part tells a level of study: Fd – Foundation B – Bachelor M – Master Second – your academic area: A – Arts Sc – Science Eng – Engineering All things combined, we can form now full acronyms. Examples: FdA – Foundation of Arts BSc – Bachelor of Science MA […]Read more "What is BSc, BA, MA, FdEng, etc. ?"
1. Find accommodation with all bills included. If you are coming to the UK for the first time, then you shouldn’t experiment with water, gas, etc bills. 2. Find a part time job. The minimum wage in the UK is 6.30/hour. It’s good, isn’t it? Find more tips on how to find a job here. […]Read more "5 Tips On How To Save Money For Students In The UK"
1. Make an excellent CV! You have to spendsome time, remember all your achievements. Don’t be afraid to include many information. However, still keep in mind that you are applying for a job. Here are a few websites which can help you with CV 1. https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/documents/curriculum-vitae – my favorite one. Very user-friendly and many options which allow […]Read more "How To Find a Part Time Job in the UK? (5 Tips)"