Government Announces Expansion of a Visa Program for International Students

At the end of 2017, the process of obtaining student visas (Tier 4) for applicants from non-EU countries was changed due to the fast expansion of a new government program. This program provides new flexible systems that allow students switch between different visas and get new opportunities of post-graduation employment. Is it an unexpected dramatic change in the government’s policy regarding international students? Let’s find out.

Why Are These Institutions so Special?

At the moment, it’s hard to explain the number of institutions included in the pilot program. According to the government, the list of the universities was formed based on the refusal rates in particular geographical zones. The universities with lowest rates were qualified regarding their location. The Home Office stated that these institutions illustrate a strong will to admit students on Tier 4 visas (“genuine students”). This visa type was a subject of discussions, given that the current administration expressed suspicions regarding students from non-EU countries, because of the danger that these students can abuse the visa scheme to work in the UK.

Abuse of the Visa Process

This government claimed that Tier 4 visa process is abused for a long time, though not having enough strong evidence. First of all, the Home Office claimed that more than 100,000 international students have their visas overstayed every year, which allows them to continue live in the UK and work illegally. The government has mentioned these estimated figures repeatedly, which is a reason why it initiated a process of counting students from other countries. In practice, it turned out that most of the international students leave the country after their visas expire. Moreover, they make a considerable contribution to the UK economy while they stay in the country.

In August, new figures revealed the truth: only 5,000 of 100,000 students overstayed their visas, which is an insignificant number given the total number of applicants. These statistics left the government a little embarrassed.

A Tacit Acknowledgement?

Does it mean that the government silently admits that it was wrong? Rather not, given the government’s attention to “genuine students”, and limits of the program that includes only the universities with the highest percentage of visa compliance. These facts point to the fact that the government still relies on the conception of Tier 4 abuse.

At the same time, this new scheme illustrates how the position of the government becomes softer. This is the good news for students whose rights for the automatic employment post-graduation were restricted since 2012. Such a restriction was supported by a group of additional measures, including restrictions for students’ dependents and spouses, increased requirements regarding minimal savings, and a system of new rules on academic progression. However, despite these initiatives, the number of international students from non-EU countries remained rather high.

The expansion of the new Tier 4 scheme reflects a new government’s vision of international students’ contribution to the UK economy and universities in particular. Now, when the real rates of overstayed visas revealed, we can expect more such initiatives, and maybe even fewer efforts to limit the number of these students.

14 Tips for Students to Survive a University Exam

Maybe you won’t be glad to hear about it again, but the season of exams is coming, and you don’t have much time. We went through a lot in January: the end of Christmas celebrations, attempts to quit alcohol and start dieting, squeezed bank accounts, and so on. However, January is ready for the most painful punch.

Before you started worrying, let’s chill for a second and think how you can do your best on exams. We decided to give you some useful tips, so you could use your energy effectively.

  1. Don’t procrastinate. Generally, procrastination is a will to do later something that you could do earlier. Most students suffer from such a problem, and it is the main reason why many of them fail on exams. Focus on your task, and try to start working as soon as you wake up. Make a coffee, open your laptop, grab your books and make sure that all your work will be done before evening.
  2. Stay healthy. You won’t be able to focus on work if your body is suffering. Don’t eat fatty food, sugar, and various fast food. Drink water to stay hydrated. Find the time to work out and take care of your body. As the Romans said, a healthy mind in a healthy body.
  3. Sleep more. To stay healthy, you have to sleep. It sounds obvious, but you have to give your body a necessary amount of sleep. 8 hours are best. Good sleep increases your brain activity and helps manage stress.
  4. Study along with others. The most common image of a student is somebody sitting all alone and reading books. Remember that it’s not the only possible way to prepare for exams. Cooperate with other students who have the same goals as you and who want to pass exams well. Working in a group helps you understand what exactly you have to study better, it allows you to compare various information and evaluate your knowledge. Prepare quizzes for each other and test each other’s knowledge with the most difficult questions. The only thing to remember – make sure that your team is really interested in studying, and you won’t just have fun.
  5. Forget about pubs. There are two major types of students: those who care about their future and those who don’t. Make sure that you’re in the first group. Some students think that they have studied before so now it’s time to hit the pubs. You also may have friends who invite you to join them. Just tell them that you can’t. You will have the time for it later, but now you have to accomplish your important tasks.
  6. Isolate yourself in a good way. Web surfing and various social media, such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, or Snapchat can suck much more of your time than you expect. Sometimes you just want to check your news feed, and at the next moment, you just wonder how a couple hours have passed. These websites won’t go anywhere if you take a break. Focus on your exams and return to the online communication after you get your high grades.
  7. Let your tablet or phone help you. Social media isn’t the only function of your mobile device. Some apps may turn out to be quite useful for your work. If you already have found such useful apps, use them, but don’t waste your time searching for something new that could help you. However, becoming analog isn’t bad too. You can always rely on index cards to remember important information.
  8. You have enough time. Some of the most productive people just use the time that is wasted by others. For example, Umberto Eco worked everywhere: waiting in a line, being on a train, or waiting for other people. There was a writer who’s managed to write a novel while waiting for his spouse to get ready to go out. Every time when you wait, you can open your laptop and work. You can read your notes or index cards while standing in a line in a shop, just don’t waste this time.
  9. Find your right environment. You need a right place and you have to take this problem seriously. Some people are most productive in a completely quiet room, others like noise or music. Just make sure that you don’t change locations all the time. Create a good place to work and stay there when studying.
  10. Trust no one. Quite often, before the exams, you may hear various wrong rumors. For example, people may say that you don’t have to worry about certain topics. Some of them are just misinformed; others try to sabotage efforts of other students intentionally. Verify any information and don’t rely on rumors unless they have been proved.
  11. Prepare your own exam. Make a little exam for yourself. It’s the most effective way to prepare for real exams. Imagine yourself a mean professor who knows all your weak points. Ask yourself the most complicated questions, and prepare yourself this way several times. If you’re studying in a group, make an exam for each other.
  12. Forget what you know. All information in our brains can be divided into three groups: information that we remember and unlikely to forget, information that we may confuse in stressful moments or forget sometimes, and information that we don’t know (or even don’t realize that we don’t know). While working with your cards or similar mobile apps, don’t waste your time on repeating and recalling things that you know well. Learn more about what you don’t know and make sure that you know all your weak points.
  13. Dig into it. Find similar exams of the previous course or the same exams from another school. Ask your teacher if he or she can share some old exams with you. Look for similar exams on the internet. You have to know what you are preparing for, and we suggest searching for such examples in advance.
  14. The early bird catches the worm. The truth is, the sooner you start preparing, the better your exams might be. If you have a few weeks to prepare, don’t waste this time and wait until a few days before the exam. Maybe you think that the fresh material will be recalled easier, but it’s a mistake. You will remember it only if you over-learn it. Any information should be memorized, so take your time and study.

Additional Tip: Get Help if You Need

Sometimes students cannot cope with stressful situations while preparing for exams. Many of them even suffer from depression, anxiety, or fear. Don’t ignore such things, because they can become a serious problem for you. Instead, get help. There are many services for university students that help people like you overcome stresses, cope with their emotions, and work effectively. Don’t be too shy to ask for help.

How to Write a Critical Precis

If you hear about precis for the first time, then this article is definitely for you. Check out a brief guide how to write a critical precis and discover a perfect way to become on top of the class.

What Is a Critical Precis?

A critical precis is a summary of a passage with no personal evaluation of the ideas. It should be clear and concise. This assignment is perfect to evaluate student’s skills to highlight and summarize the core essence of a text. You should present the main points of a text, its structure, its meaning, but without giving your personal opinion on the ideas.

Avoid Main Pitfalls

If you want to write a good critical precis, be careful and follow these ‘NO’ rules:

  • Do not write a precis in a complicated language
  • Do not use the first person
  • Do not copy and paste the sentences from the original text
  • Do not add facts or ideas that are not presented in the original
  • Do not give your opinion

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How to Write a Critical Precis

Before you get down to a critical precis make sure you do not misunderstand it for re-writing. You need to critically summarize the content of the original. To provide a good critical precis follow these 10 easy steps:

  1. Read the text thoroughly
  2. Jot down the main points and arguments while reading
  3. Find the evidence to the main points you have specified
  4. Make sure you understand all definitions
  5. Determine what the author appeals to
  6. Restate the author’s thesis
  7. Write a summary of each paragraph/section of a work
  8. Re-read the original and compare it with your precis
  9. Check your paper for grammar and spelling mistakes
  10. Check your paper for clarity and coherence

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Structure Your Critical Precis

When writing a critical precis, structure your paper into an introduction, body, and conclusion.

  1. Introduction

An introduction consists of 1-2 sentences including the author’s name, the title, the date of publishing of the original, the author’s thesis presented with power verbs like ‘explains’, ‘proves’ etc.

  1. Body

It is a summary of each paragraph. You provide the main points, the author’s evidence and their opinion on the issue. Remember, that you should not interpret the author’s arguments and provide an opinion of your own.

  1. Conclusion

In the final part you restate the main idea and summarize the points covered in the body. Remember not to use any personal evaluation of the original piece.

Tips to Make Your Critical Precis Perfect

To demonstrate your critical skills, ability to highlight and summarize the essential information, and show your writing skills to a professor, follow these tips to get the top grades:

  • Use simple language

Do not complicate your style and language too much. Write in a simple language that is easy to understand.

  • Be concise

The gist of the assignment is to convey the core essence of a test in a brief summary. In other words, there should be no unnecessary details – the essential details only. For this reason, avoid repetitions and do not beat around the bush.

  • Sound objective

It has already been mentioned, but once again – do not provide your personal opinion in a precis. You should only presents the author’s arguments and ideas.

  • Make your writing coherent

Structure your precis, as it makes it easy to read and perceive. Demonstrate the logical interconnection of the author’s ideas.

  • Check your work for mistakes

Make sure you proofread your work for grammar, spelling and punctuation mistakes. Remember to check the content as well. The facts, figures, and dates you address should be used correctly.

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Chicago Style: Quick Guide for Students

There are a few common citation styles, and Chicago style is one of them. Recently, it was updated once again, so we decided to write a quick guide for those who wants to apply this style to their papers. Prepare to work hard, since this style is definitely not the easiest one. Even if you are perfectly familiar with MLA, it won’t help you get Chicago style right, so be accurate and take into account our tips.

What Is a Chicago Style?

The last version of this style was introduced in 2010, and since then, it wasn’t changed a lot. So, we’ll discuss the 16th edition of this citation style.

The Chicago Manual of Style (so-called CMS) states that this formatting method can be applied to a huge variety of academic papers. Publications, specifications, manuscript preparation – these are just a few options. These all makes Chicago style a Bible for editors and writers. You can find a variety of sources that use this style, and we think that you already have read or used some of them in your writing work. Generally, this type of formatting consists of two separate systems: Author-Date and Notes-Bibliography.

These two types are quite similar but usually used for different purposes. The first one is commonly used in papers on social and scientific issues, the latter one – in works on literature, arts, history and so on. Let’s take a closer look to each one of them.

Bibliography and Notes

This system would be easy to understand for those who are familiar with humanities. It implies certain rules of formatting references. References can be written right in your text or on the separate page. To write it right, you have to get used to it.

Endnotes and Footnotes

Endnotes are written at the end of each part of your paper, or at the end of your entire work. Footnotes are necessary for Chicago style, and you must write them every time you include some reference. It doesn’t matter if it’s a direct quote or a short summary of the source. Footnotes are placed at the bottom of every page where certain references were used.


Using citations, you need to provide your readers with all necessary information about the author and source, such as a name, features of publication, and, of course, title.

If you use more than one quote from the same source, you don’t need to write whole detailed information over and over again, just specify author’s name, short version of the title, and page number.

In case you’re using several quotes from the same page, you can just use a short abbreviation – Ibid. It’s an abbreviation of a Latin phrase that literally means “from the same source”.

Don’t forget to make footnotes, and always start them with page number, adding period and space.


Bibliography (references) is a special page where you have to list books, articles, and any used sources in alphabetical order. Usually you add the title “Bibliography” on the top of the page, and then move right to the list which ends at the end of your paper. Sometimes references may be followed only by the index. Make sure that all your sources are included in this list. Cited sources are necessary, but sometimes tutors ask students to add all other sources used for your research.

You can use different approaches writing your bibliography, but make sure that all used books, CDs, websites and articles are sorted in alphabetical order. Always start from the last name of the author. If the source has no author, take into account the title and its first letter.


  • Common components – title, author’s name, all necessary data about the source, listed alphabetically
  • Authors name – always start from the last name and separate names with comma.
  • Titles – use italic font for all sources. Literary works must also include quotation marks.
  • Date – never forget about a date of publication!
  • Punctuation marks – separate all items of your list by periods.

Features of Academic Language

Keep your language formal. Your main goal is to create an objective and persuasive text, with no slang words or incorrect pronouns. To help you with such a hard task, we made a short list of “don’ts”:

  • Colloquialisms. These are words that sound naturally in everyday spoken language, but never use them in academic writing.
  • Contractions. It is another feature of informal language, so avoid it unless it’s a part of your quote.
  • Rhetorical questions. It’s the thing that is good for narrative style, but definitely bad for academic writing. Keep your language clear and don’t distract your readers from key points.
  • Personal pronouns. Even if you’re explaining obvious facts, this trick automatically makes your point subjective. Never use it if you want to create a proper academic paper.
  • Run-on expressions. These words help us in everyday speech, connecting sentences. However, academic writing is a serious thing, so avoid all that “and so…”, “well, also” and “so on”.

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A Quick Guide to Turabian Citation Style

This citation style was introduced by Kate L. Turabian. The format is used in huge academic works which imply a lot of papers. It’s based on two main principles. The first one is an author-date style. The second one is a notes-bibliography format, which is also called a bibliographic format. As for the author-date style, it’s also called a reference list style. However, all these scary words mean a well-known type of formatting which you can find in the Chicago Manual Style. Turabian style was developed to improve such an approach and make it easier to use.

Key Features

You may have seen the bibliography format studying different works on history, arts or literature. Like Chicago, this type is related to various notes formats. As for the author-date style, it’s somewhat more common, and it’s mostly used by writers who work in such fields as social sciences and natural sciences, as well as physical sciences. In general, this approach requires you to just write the author’s name and date. The latter is written in parentheses. All sources used for quotes are listed as references.

These two types of Turabian format differ only by related information and notes. Generally, they are quite similar and imply the same requirements. We decided to help you with formatting electronically published books, and articles. These rules can also be applied for online journals.


If you check the Turabian manual, it says that, quoting a book which was published in different versions, your citation should reflect the version used in your work. Therefore, if you’re using the electronic version, you need to add the URL. It also would be good to add the name of the database where you found that book. Your citation will look like this: Author’s Name, Title of the Book (City: Publisher, Year), pages, Database.

Online Article

Articles should also meet certain requirements of Turabian style. You need to specify the online journal, URL or DOI. As with a previous example, you have to write a date and database where you found this article.

Author’s Name. “Title of the Article.” Journal Number (Date): Pages. Access date. URL


Talking about Turabian style, it’s almost impossible to not mention Chicago. These formats have a lot in common; maybe, even more than you expect. It’s easy to find such similarities by yourself, but we also decided to draw your attention to some particular features:

  • Any notes should be written on the same page as references and other additional data.
  • Don’t forget about page numbers. You have to write them on every page, except the cover page.
  • Use one-inch limitations; don’t use the other side of the paper.
  • In case your tutor doesn’t suggest single spacing, always use double spacing in your paper. Single spacing should be applied to notes and bibliography section.
  • Don’t forget to indent first sentence of each paragraph by pressing a Tab key.
  • Using paraphrasing or quotes, we suggest you to include footnotes.

5 Paragraph Essay: Key Features

How to Write a Good 5 Paragraph Essay

Generally, essay is a short literary form. It means that you must express your thoughts briefly and persuasively, keeping your text holistic and clear. 5 paragraph essay format is probably the most common type of essay, since this form allows your readers to perceive information in the most natural way. Such a format implies writing one paragraph of the introduction, three paragraphs of the main part (body), and one last paragraph of conclusions.
The most common question about such a task is how to do an introduction paragraph for an essay? Don’t forget that the introduction is the first thing that your readers see. You must start with a catchy sentence, which is also called an essay hook. Here your main goal is to write a sentence that will impress your audience and make them want to read further. It can be a story from your life related to the topic, a quotation of a famous expert, or even a joke. The main thing is to get a reaction from your readers and catch them on this “hook”.
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How to Write a Thematic Essay

Generally, the most difficult about such a type of paper is to define the most important theme of the book. All the readers build their own opinion on the book. Anyway, if you want to express your opinion effectively and persuasively, you need to support your theses with examples, considering not only the story, but also literary devices used by author. These may be personifications, metaphors or any approaches that make this story vivid and interesting.

Before you start a thematic essay outline, you need to choose a good topic. And the topic of your essay depends on the main theme of a book. While reading the book, make notes. Analyze your notes and try to understand what subject an author most often writes about. Keep in mind that the theme and the topic are different things. Your topic is what you want to talk about. It may be justice, love, faith, etc. The theme is what the author writes about, illustrating the topic. It’s a big example related to your main topic.

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Read Between the Lines

Try to analyze all the clues and circumstances that pushed characters to certain actions. Some books are quite obvious, but some authors don’t like to write in a straightforward manner, that’s what makes such stories interesting. Your goal is to decipher an author’s point, analyzing every detail. Writing about each particular plot twist, estimate its significance for the entire book. Moreover, try to explain why this theme is important for readers, how the author’s point can be applied in real life?

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Synthesis Essay: Key Features

Let’s figure out what a synthesis essay is first. If you ever wrote any kind of an argumentative essay, then this type of writing will be relatively simple for you. The key difference between these two types of papers is, for the synthesis essay, you get assigned to use certain sources. This may simplify your task a lot, since you won’t spend much time looking for relevant books or publications. However, this task still requires a certain writing technique and logic.

Your main goal is to express your point clearly and provide a qualitative comparing of sources. Remember that you don’t need to just write a brief summary of each source. First you need to make a statement, and then support it with quotes and facts from sources.

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To make a proper logical structure, it’s worth starting with a synthesis essay outline. First, you need to read your sources. Make notes to navigate among the most important quotes and theses. Make your opinion about sources. Choose your position. Actually, you don’t need to believe your key thesis, just make sure that you can support it with arguments and persuade your readers.

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Novel Critique: Beginner’s Guide

The first and foremost thing you need to remember is that a review and a critique are different papers. While you provide the summary of a plot in the former, you have to evaluate and provide a critical analysis of the quality in the latter.

A novel critique is a perfect assignment to develop critical thinking and skills to express your own opinion. For this reason, professors assign this task to students quite often. Plus this task does not limit students to repeating already existing ideas, but rather helps them to come up with their own critical analysis.

A critique of a novel is aimed at evaluating the book’s worth. Students examine its strengths and weaknesses. Learners provide an in-depth analysis and write a convincing paper to support their critical research. In addition, a student dwells upon the worth of reading the novel and supports their ideas. A reviewer also mentions why or why not a novel is worth reading.

To make a long story short, a critique of a novel should include:

  • Analysis of a book’s thesis and its major argument
  • Critique of a book’s style and its effectiveness
  • Student’s commentary and assumptions

Key to a Good Critique Paper

Preparation is often underestimated by lots of students. However, it often plays a crucial role if you want to get your paper done perfectly. For this reason, we suggest following these steps to provide an excellent critique of a novel:

  1. You need to read a book (no matter how difficult it seems, you need to do it if you want to get A).
  2. Jot down the main points from the novel while reading
  3. Find out the author’s core message and statement
  4. Do the research of other people’s reviews of the novel
  5. Formulate your thesis
  6. Be unique and do not copy other reviewers’ ideas
  7. Think of three to five arguments to your thesis
  8. Support your arguments and thesis with relevant references
  9. Look through the novel again to find evidence
  10. Write an outline of your paper

As soon as you are through with the outline, it is high time to get down writing. Follow your plan to make your paper structured and cohesive. An outline will also help you avoid writer’s block.

Structure Your Paper

It is essential to structure your critique. There should be three main parts: introduction, body, and conclusion. Let us have a look on what to include and discuss in each part.

  1. Introduction

As the saying goes ‘A good beginning makes a good ending’. For this reason, take your time writing an introduction. In this part you should include a book’s author, title, topic, and main ideas. Do not forget about your thesis statement. Make it convincing and powerful to grab the reader’s attention instantly. As for the size of an introduction, it may differ. It can be three sentences or even up to three paragraphs. However, the information used in the introduction is the same. You need to:

  • mention a book’s author and a title
  • objectively present the main idea of a novel
  • provide a book’s summary with the key aim of a novel
  • write your thesis statement (your reaction to the work)

In the body paragraphs you should:

  • discuss the use of stylistic devices (what stylistic choices an author made; whether these choices were used effectively or not)
  • evaluate the usefulness of a novel (Are ideas presented in original ways? Does it raise any core questions?)
  • support your points with evidence from the book (Were the author’s arguments convincing? Why this evidence supports your ideas?)
  • provide examples to support your ideas (Never leave a point of critique without an example. This is how you persuade the reader and make your paper convincing).

3. Conclusion

In this part you summarize the main points and offer overall recommendations on a book. Remind the reader why you have chosen this book, what are its strengths and weaknesses, whether you agree with an author or not, and conclude with your opinion on its success.

Format requirements

The last but not least thing to remember (if your goal is a top grade) is a set of format requirements:

Page format

  • Typed and double-spaced
  • Number all pages but the first one
  • One-inch margins on all sides
  • Text on one side of a paper

Style and techniques requirements

  • Turabian or Chicago citation style
  • Do not use a first person (but for your own opinion)
  • No passive voice
  • Start each point from a new paragraph

Grammar, spelling and content requirements

  • A mistake-free paper
  • 100% unique content

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Follow this guide and you will write a flawless novel critique. Make sure you remember about correct structuring, formatting rules, and the gist of a critique. Present your ideas in a clear language, so that it is easy to follow and understand. Organize your writing and make your paper logical. Avoid over-generalization and over-simplification. Support your ideas with convincing arguments rather than emotional language.

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How To Write A Perfect Text

If you have found yourself stuck in the middle of a sentence and do not know what to write about, we are here to help you. At our service you can find different creative writing prompts. In other words, you can learn about powerful writing techniques and strategies. Plus you can check topics to write about if you are looking for ideas.

To create powerful texts that grab the reader’s attention, you need to understand what you want to write. It is important to choose the format, the style, and the idea you like. Only then can you write something valuable. You can forget about writer’s block, as soon as your heart starts composing. So to write a great text you need to choose what you want to write about and how you are going to do it.


Check out some ideas to sparkle your writing mood:

  1. What to write a poem about

You can choose a poem about philosophical concepts like love, hate, truth, fate, soul etc. You can write something about your life experience and life choices – just anything that comes to your head.

  1. What to write about in a blog

Before you get down to a blog, you need to decide what you are interested in, what your beliefs and lifestyle are. This will help you decide what topic you want to choose. People often write about traveling, cooking, literature, relationships, or fashion. Find something you are passionate about and tell about it in your blog. In that case writer’s block will never be a problem.

  1. Short story ideas

To write a short story you can use the following formulas that can really inspire you. ‘____ discovers a ghost’, ‘A young boy becomes _____’, ‘______bumps into her soul mate’. You can choose your character and create your story.


The biggest problem that tons of authors face is how to get rid of writer’s block. When you are constantly writing, you eventually run out of ideas. If you want to avoid writer’s block, you need to learn how to find inspiration. First of all, use your senses. In other words, listen, taste, and observe. Secondly, change the scene. Wake up at different time than usual, buy something extraordinary, or walk to places you have never been. Keep your mind always alert and you will easily find creative writing prompts anywhere.