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Are exam results reliable?
Most headteachers say that some students get the wrong grades at GCSE and A-level.

Do you want to help the world’s poorest people?
The Raleigh International charity is searching for volunteers for its International Citizen Service (ICS) scheme.

Most universities still looking for students
Although Freshers' Week has started for some students, many universities still have places on offer.

Which universities have the best support for LGB students?
Gay rights charity Stonewall says more universities are ‘gay friendly’ than ever before.

Leaving work to the last minute can damage your results
Work handed in at the last minute gets a lower mark, according to an analysis of university essays.

Which are the world's top universities?
University of Cambridge comes number three in a new survey, and there are three other UK universities in the Top 10.

Would you study an M&S course?
Marks and Spencer is one of the first retailers to offer a free online education course.

Design the new £1 coin
The Royal Mint has launched a competition for a member of the public to have their artwork on the new coin.

Cuts to Disabled Students' Allowance postponed
The government has announced that planned cuts to Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) will be put off until 2016.

Is the ozone layer getting better?
Scientists believe the hole in the ozone layer might have stopped growing.