Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Student Guide to Referencing

What do you think of when I say the word referencing?                                                                                         […]

A Level History: Tudor Rebellions and the Hunt for Treason

The Tudor rebellions- you can see them now, in your head, movie-like; raised shouts, being caught up in the insurgency, so that you can taste the defiance, anger and hunger for change that is heavy in the air. Whether you like it or not, you are pushed deeper into the loud chanting, gaining momentum, but going where? It is […]

A Level English: The Life-Jacket for Your Essay- Wife of Bath Critical Quotes!

When I was doing my A-levels, one of the most time-consuming and exhausting things I had to do was find critical quotes for my essays. I would spend hours reading, and the worst part of it was, many times I did not find any relevant quotes even after hours of research! And yet finding quotes […]

A Level History: “Best friends, no, enemies, no, best friends”- Spain, Tudor England and Religion

Like squabbling siblings, relations between Spain and England in the years 1553-88 were rocky- to say the least. Recording the changes in their relations and observing it as a stock market graph would make a what looks like a stock not to be invested in. Why so? To say it simply, relations between the two states fluctuated […]