CD study guides may help girl's exam work

PUBLISHED: 10:18 22 January 2009 | UPDATED: 15:58 11 May 2010

GEORGINA BULLEN prepares for her GCSEs. 3290DW013

GEORGINA BULLEN prepares for her GCSEs. 3290DW013

A PARTIALLY-sighted girl is to receive some new study aids, thanks to The Crow. Last week we reported that Melbourn Village College student Georgina Bullen, 14, had been finding it difficult to obtain study guides for her GCSE exams. Georgina suffers from

A PARTIALLY-sighted girl is to receive some new study aids, thanks to The Crow.

Last week we reported that Melbourn Village College student Georgina Bullen, 14, had been finding it difficult to obtain study guides for her GCSE exams.

Georgina suffers from macular degeneration, which causes blind spots in her eyes.

Following the report, Sandra Dickinson, who lives in Doncaster, contacted The Crow, offering to help.

Mrs Dickinson said: "My sister lives in Royston and told me she'd seen the article in the paper.

"My daughter Chelsee is partially-sighted and sat her GCSEs last year.

"She got a load of study guides on CD which I'm quite happy to post out to the young girl."

Currently Georgina is using large photocopies of study guides, which were sent to her by a publishing company.

She said: "I'm sure they only sent them out to shut me up, they're totally impractical and too big for me to take into school.

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