Academic Resources


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.

My A-level Resources

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.

Problem Solving Bookmarks

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).

List of Opportunities

Here is a list of lists of opportunities for ambitious young people,

  1. Harshita Arora's list (opens in a new tab)
  2. Cognito Mentor's list (opens in a new tab) - look under 'list of portal pages'
  3. profvyas's list (opens in a new tab) on Hacker News
  4. High School Opportunities (opens in a new tab)
  5. Sam Enright's List (opens in a new tab)

Useful Podcast Episodes

Here are podcast episodes that I'd recommend most high school students and undergraduates to listen to,

  1. Alex Lawsen on his advice for students (opens in a new tab)
  2. Michelle and Habiba on what they’d tell their younger selves (opens in a new tab)
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