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Bullying - What Can I Do?If you're being bullied, or if someone you know is being bullied, there are a number of different options you can try to make it stop, or to help you deal with how it's making you feel.
Upgrade Your Young Scot CardBefore the end of December 2016, we're asking Young Scot cardholders aged 15-18 to update their Young Scot card so they can enjoy the benefits of getting money off travel in Scotland.
What's it Like to be a Modern Apprentice?Find out what you can expect as a modern apprentice from those who have been there.
Young Scot Card Not Accepted?Fill in the our refusal form or call the Infoline free on 0808 801 0338 (Mon-Fri, 10am til 6pm) providing us with the name of the premises that refused your card and the date of refusal.
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What Do the Different Political Terms Mean?Politics can sometimes seem confusing, but it doesn't need to be. We break down the meaning of some of the most common political terms
Watch What Happened When the Deputy First Minister Visits Young Scot HQDeputy First Minister, John Swinney, visited Young Scot HQ to speak to young people about plans to give 16 and 17 year olds the right to vote.
Here's How to Use Your Phone to StudyYes - although your smartphone or tablet could lead to procrastination, there are actually lots of useful tools and apps available that can help you revise.
7 Ways to Give a Great School PresentationHere's our list of tips, as told by our favourite furry companions, to ensure you give a great presentation at school, college or university.
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