Besides my videos (opens in a new tab), I have created a few resources for (a) students wanting to improve their problem-solving skills (b) students wanting to apply to Oxford or Cambridge (c) those studying A-levels.
The resources listed below are not in any particular order.
I have shared all the flashcards and notes that I made during my A-levels on GitHub here (opens in a new tab). You can find the links to download them as a zip file here (opens in a new tab) by clicking on
Source code (zip) under
Assets of the latest release.
I always encourage young students interested in STEM to develop their problem-solving skills. I have collected many bookmarks here (opens in a new tab) for GCSE & A-level students and those soon-to-sit admissions tests.
To understand why you should bother and for any tips, I recommend watching my problem-solving-related videos here (opens in a new tab).
Here is a list of lists of opportunities for ambitious young people,
- Harshita Arora's list (opens in a new tab)
- Cognito Mentor's list (opens in a new tab) - look under 'list of portal pages'
- profvyas's list (opens in a new tab) on Hacker News
- High School Opportunities (opens in a new tab)
- Sam Enright's List (opens in a new tab)
Here are podcast episodes that I'd recommend most high school students and undergraduates to listen to,