Monthly Archives: January 2016

DARE

What are the application and closing dates for DARE? By 17:15 1 February 2016 – apply to CAO on http://www.cao.ie By 17:15 1 March 2016 – You must indicate that you have a disability on your CAO application form. By 17:15 1 … Continue reading

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How to write CVs and personal statements and prepare for interviews

Originally posted on St Andrew's College Guidance's Blog:
There is a huge amount of advice online about how to write a CV and personal statement and how to approach interviews. The UCAS site has a video and lots…

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Medical Poland

Medical Poland would like to invite students interested in studying medicine, dentistry, physiotherapy, pharmacy, nursing and veterinary, your parents and friends to the last Open Day before April interviews (and a visit of a well-known vascular surgeon, prof. Jawien) in … Continue reading

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Lunchtime talk 2 – Law

Our second lunchtime talk  in association with SACA & the PTA  will take place in the Chapel on Friday 5th February.   This is open to 6th and 5th years and places will be limited to allow for Q & A.  Sign up in Guidance … Continue reading

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Subject choices for Fifth year. Frequently asked questions.

Originally posted on St Andrew's College Guidance's Blog:
HOW MANY SUBJECTS SHOULD I TAKE AND AT WHAT LEVEL? For Leaving Certificate your points will be calculated on your best six grades achieved in one sitting of the Leaving…

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Subject choice FAQs

Originally posted on St Andrew's College Guidance's Blog:
HOW CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT SUBJECTS? Talk to your guidance counsellor, teachers and others students as well as family and friends to gather information and advice. Arrange to…

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Lunchtime Talks – Psychology

The PTA & SACA are hosting a series of lunchtime careers talks. The first speaker is Dr Keith Gaynor, Senior Clinical Psychologist in St John of God’s Hospital.  If you are a 5th or 6th year student who would like … Continue reading

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