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In Psychology: "Do Symptoms of Schizophrenia make People More Likely to Commit Violent Crime?"

We often see headlines about those with mental health difficulties who have committed crime. If not a news headline, there are often gripping plots in our favourite shows or films that depict those with mental illness in a violent light. Does this necessarily mean that all those with mental illness commit crime? Does it even mean that those with such illnesses are more likely to commit crime?

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Why Apply to Study Earth Sciences? (Why on Earth Not!)

The multitude of scientific fields that overlap in studying this miraculous planet (and others), equip students with a breadth of knowledge and skills relevant to careers in scientific research, engineering, finance, government, consultancy and everything in-between. Find out more about Earth Sciences with Oxford graduate, Charlie.

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The Latest in Medical-Biology: Oxbridge Prep Article

Applying to Oxbridge or an equivalent high level University, it’s hugely important to read around your subject and especially in the Sciences, be aware of any current developments in the field. u2 mentor, Síle (PhD graduate & Graduate Medicine student at Oxford) discusses the amazing wonders of ‘microbiota’

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Studying a Mathematical Subject: An Oxford Physics Master's Graduate's View

In some ways, Maths and Physics, being the most mathematical of the sciences, are the easiest subjects to learn. Oxford Physics Master’s graduate, Sanjay, explains the benefits of higher level mathematical study and the essential study skills required to succeed.

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A Philosophy Student's Must-Read: How Immanuel Kant Solved One of the Greatest Dilemmas of All Human Thought, and How it has Impacted All Knowledge Since.

How do we attain knowledge of the world? What conditions must be satisfied in order to have any knowledge at all? Kant’s answer to this question, and the consequences of his answer, form his ‘critical philosophy.’

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