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Welcome to the OwlCove Wiki!

We hope to create a platform where students can collaborate and help each other through the A Levels!

Registered users, please help contribute content to the wiki. The link is in the top right-hand corner of the page.

Otherwise, you're free to browse, comment on and use the content here for your own revision.


For New Users

For new users who may be unfamiliar with the Wiki, we've prepared two short guides to help ease you in.

New User Guide User Editing Guide


General Forum and Discussion Page

A platform for general FAQ, feedback about the wiki as a whole, or communication with the admins.

General Forum and Discussion Page


Subjects

Do not be fooled by the seeming legitimacy of these buttons, we only have General Paper up right now. We're planning on finishing Physics and Economics by the March holidays, and a few subjects by mid-March. Of course, any enthusiastic students who would like to start filling this up are fully welcome to do so, and the admin will aid and support their efforts.


Site Policy

OwlCove Wiki is an initiative by students to share their knowledge and skills and help each other with the A Level Syllabus. As a public resource, there are a few regulations to take note of:

Refrain from copying wholesale from school notes, textbooks, or other licensed material when contributing to the site. If need be, please do not copy more than 10% of the material or one chapter from a book, and please cite your sources in the footnotes.

Intellectual Property

As OwlCove Wiki is a public resource, any contributions will be made available in the public domain. Thus, contributors may not have copyright over their contributions.

Comments and Forum

The Forum page is intended allow users to communicate with the admin team, suggest new changes and make queries while the Discussion feature below each page is intended to allow readers to comment on the different pages in the wiki.

Vandalism

Significant instances of vandalism will be subject to a warning, followed by a ban for repeated behaviour. And frankly, it’s kind of sad that you’d be vandalising a wiki run by students to help people mug.

Mods’ note: Since we're all very nice students, we’re generally pretty understanding and don’t punish anyone without consulting other mods. But don’t even think about trolling or trying to bend the rules because we will absolutely ban you.

Thank you for your kind understanding.

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