Since the introduction of a new law about data protection in the European Union, this website (and every other one that has visitors from the EU) must make people aware of how we use cookies, and gain their consent for doing so.

Cookies are used routinely by almost every website you might visit, for a variety of purposes. For example if you keep using this site, we'll assume you agree to all of the following, and we will create a cookie so we know that you've already agreed to this policy next time you come to the website. If you don't agree, then you can simply leave the website (but we'd rather you stayed!).

So here's how else we use cookies :

Measuring our visitors - We measure visitors to our website using Google Analytics. This records things like which pages you view within the site, how you arrived here, and some basic information about your computer (like whether you're using a desktop computer, or which internet browser you use). All of this information is anonymous – so we don’t know who you are; only that somebody visited the site. The information helps us understand which parts of our sites are doing well, and which could be improved.

Facebook, Twitter and other social networks - These services provide links which we use on this website. If you use their services, they'll generally know if you’re logged in, and that you visited this site. We don't have any access to their information or cookie use.

Advertising - Our advertising partners use cookies to help them personalise the adverts they send to your web browser as you view this website. These same cookies are used on many sites across the web, and once again we do not have access to any of the information they gather.

Resources :

In this section we've added a few alternative study aids to help you along.