Help get your GSCE with an iPhone App

 

Some people have no idea that they can use iphone app to make their GSCE as easy as ABC. It is high time you started using this mobile app because it has helped many students and teachers to teach and revise for different subjects that you can also find here: http://winfreeiphone.co.uk/. However, it is not automatic that once you have an iphone, you will obviously gain access to this facility. You will be expected to subscribe to examtutor, a website that comprises exam revision apps. It does not matter whether it is a school, teacher or individual student; all are welcome to subscribe so that they can download the exam revision apps into their ipod touch, ipad, iphone or android phone.

 The good news is that these exam revision apps can be downloaded free of charge and there is normally a free demo version of every app so that you can test and see whether it will work for you. The following is a list of the various GSCE subjects that you can select from:

1.    English Literature
2.    Math
3.    Biology
4.    Science
5.    Chemistry
6.    Physics
7.    Business
8.    Psychology
9.    History
10.    Driving test

In fact some people say that an iphone has actually become a gate way to success in GSCE because of the exam apps that can be downloaded there. Did you know that subscription gives you access to about 4000 different multiple choice test questions and instant feedback for each question in the abovementioned subjects? This means that the teacher can use this facility to add flavor to learning. On the other hand, the student can also revise at his/her own pace. In case he/she needs help, it is recommended that he/she seeks help from the teacher or other students who understand certain concepts better.

Enrollment Soars but not all Good News for Community Colleges

There has been a sharp increase in enrollment at America’s 1,200 community colleges. Numbers have shot up of people signing up for courses at community colleges up and down the country. In 2000 5.5 million people were doing 2 year courses. In the 2010 to 2011 school year that figure jumped to 8 million.

Analysts put the sharp increase in enrollment numbers down to the recession in the US economy since the 2008 financial crisis. Rather than look for work young people have sought to give themselves a competitive edge in the jobs market by gaining qualifications. This is sound reasoning.

Sadly, the graduation rates for students going to community colleges has fallen sharply. According to Reclaiming the American Dream: Community Colleges and the Nation’s Future, less than half of students who enter a community college graduate or transfer to a four-year college within six years.

The reason behind this low graduation statistic is not due to institutional incompetence or bad teaching. Rather, it is the reverse. Modern community colleges have become strongly orientated to preparing students for entering various fields of work. What colleges are finding is that students are successfully finding work during their 2 years at community college or shortly after.

The average cost of tuition at a community college is $3,000 a year. This is cheap compared to the average of $8,000 a year at in-state 4 year colleges. While students can find the money for a community college education they are no doubt deterred from enrolling on bachelor degree courses by the high tuition costs involved.

Perhaps the next step is for community colleges to maintain their tuition fee levels but also offer to let students extend their studies for another 2 years so that they can attain bachelor degrees. This might a long term beneficial effect for the American economy which is going to have be more knowledge based if it is going to keep up with China.