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The world is changing. Education is changing, but careers and university advice isn't, and more than that it hasn't for the last 30 years. The teachers we are trusting with our children's futures lack the essential skills and experience to competently advise them on careers and university - a view that is also held by employers, Ofsted, The Department for Education and other think-tanks.
Is Your School Lying to You? Get The Career You Want. Get The Life You Deserve, is the complete, comprehensive 'how to' academic and careers guide aimed at every school pupil and college student considering their options. Offering real world insights about how to identify what you really want from your life, how to plot your academic journey and its impact on your career prospects. Featuring easy to follow, step by step instructions on how to write your personal statement or CV, advice from successful people from a variety of industries (including the likes of Wayne Hemingway and Sarah Ann Kennedy (the voice of Miss Rabbit from Peppa Pig!), best practice for interviews, work experience, internships and a host of other critical skills to help achieve your goals - even if you don't know what those goals might yet be.
This guide is for anyone between 15-19 who is struggling with their decisions, those who want some clear advice about what they should be doing and when, or those who know exactly what they want but aren't sure how to go about it. In fact, it's aimed at every student and parent who cares about their future or the future of their child.
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