For decades Members of the UK Parliament have held weekly surgeries to try and solve the problems of their constituents.
Here at Britpolitics, we're doing our version through The Weekly Surgery.
Like you, we love British history and politics.
But, I realised whilst we were giving you lots of great facts, study portals, quotes and speeches we weren’t sharing our years of experience and skills to help you revise, study and pass exams. And, we were keeping all the expert advice we were telling our writers to ourselves. : (
So, we’re shaking things up a bit!
Through this weekly blog, I’ll share all the tips and tricks of research, revision and getting through those ever-looming exams as well as staying healthy and motivated.
I’ll make sure what is sent your way really benefits you whether you’re doing GCSE history or politics at A Level or University.
And, we’re not stopping at study resources.
When I left university I had no professional experience on my CV to support my career path.
This was my biggest mistake. I wish, I’d built up my skills and profile, not my bar bill. Even at 16 years old, I wish I’d written more so I was more attractive to employers.
I’ll also help you learn from my mistake. How? By working with you to turn that learning and passion into real, tangible and published articles on www.britpolitics.co.uk.
I believe the experience will enhance your career, contribute to debate and inspire others.
But, it’s not just about what I think. Everything we produce at Britpolitics is for you.
So, if you’ve got a view on future content for The Weekly Surgery – get in touch I’d love to here from you.
Take a look at our first Weekly Surgery Blog ‘How to Captivate Your Reader’s Using The Inverted Pyramid Technique’.
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P.P. S if you’ve already got a killer idea for an article click here to let me know all about it or drop me an email at email@example.com