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A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in the...
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Yesterday a parent asked me to tutor for a very competitive London prep school’s 7+ entry. Fair enough   Do what I suggested – and what I do with my 3 year-old – which is to read books with her that I loved at that age. After exhausting my own memories, I’ve ransacked the lists of...
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I wouldn’t be a tutor if it weren’t for the exquisitely difficult scholarship exams, set by the best teachers, at the oldest schools, for the brightest 13 year-olds. First of all because I scraped into Winchester College via its Election exams, many years ago. But also because everything else is boring by comparison. The French Structuralist...
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This is my absolute favourite Maths question of all time. It’s hard, it’s simple, and it shows you something that all the best Maths scholarship questions do, which is this: Knowing how to use the tools is one thing, but knowing which tool to apply to the problem at hand is something quite different. Ready? Here...
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√11⅑   This is my absolute favourite Maths question of all time. It’s hard, it’s simple, and it shows you something that all the best Maths scholarship questions do, which is this:   Knowing how to use the tools is one thing, but knowing which tool to apply to the problem at hand is something quite...
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