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History Revision for Junior Cert

Absolute Beginners' Guide to Using Your Computer - A BBC Webwise guide


Scoilnet Ireland – for Junior and Leaving Certificate – for Junior and Leaving Certificate


Guide to the Leaving Certificate


Exam Papers


Junior and Leaving Cert Exam Support


RTE – Getting it Right – Leaving Certificate Listening Series


Listening To The Leaving 2007


RTE - Five Seven Live – Advice on the Leaving Cert from a panel of experts.


BBC Online Learning


Central Applications Office


UCAS, the Uk's CAO


Database of the country's third level courses


School and College Courses in Ireland


FETAC - Further Education and Training Awards Council


HETAC - Higher Education and Training Awards Council


Student Xpress is a free paper for secondary school pupils. Much of the content of the paper is written by students. The Educational Supplement is written by experienced teachers. It is aimed at Leaving Cert. students. provides preparation exams with complete solutions to students wishing to maximize their Irish Leaving Cert exams scores. High profile Irish teachers prepare all solutions. Maths, chemistry, languages, biology.


Website developed by Ireland's national training and employment authority. Training and employment programmes, aimed at employers, employees and unemployed people.


Entrances for employers, students, graduates and academics.


Irish students can now buy student software, reduced from their normal prices to exceptionally low prices, with a top-class range to chose from, provided by the world's software leaders!.


Career Directions


Youth Information Ireland


The Union of Secondary Students (USS)


Union of Students in Ireland


The Student Council of Ireland


Dail na nOg - The national youth parliament


Issues related to young people in Ireland


Bank of Ireland Secondary Level Student Banking


USIT - The Irish student and youth travel service


BorrowBooks service of Irish public libraries - Ireland's Biggest and Best Online School Book Shop


Portal for the Library


How to Study - Study skills and how to study sections.


Young Social Innovators - is a social awareness education and action programme for 15-18 year olds supported by the Department of Education.