Revision Courses (Centre-Based & Online)
Our Unique Course Structure
Our top priority is ensuring students receive high quality tuition, which meets their individual needs. We achieve this by structuring our courses with a core content based on topics that students tend to struggle with but also include topics that the students on the course want to cover. In this way each course is bespoke to the students attending that course. By requesting information in advance of the course on the topics and skills that students wish to cover, our tutors are able to structure part of the course around their needs and optimise the student’s revision time. Six weeks before the course students are provided with a link to our student portal where they can add information about their personal revision needs.
The Difference Between Classroom-Based and Online Courses
Our classroom based courses provide students with a stimulating and inclusive study environment, free from distractions. They also enable the tutor to provide more individual attention to students. Students mix with other motivated students and share ideas more readily and often make lasting friendships.
Our online courses are a great alternative to classroom-based courses and ensure that students receive high quality tuition but with the added flexibility, especially for those who live far away from one of our centres.
We offer a comprehensive range of tuition and revision courses for students in Years 10 to 13 (studying towards IGCSE, GCSE and A Levels). Our classroom-based courses have an upper age limit of 19 years but we also offer online one to one courses for younger or older students.
Our standard classroom-based courses are 4 days in length although there are some exceptions for different types of course.
We offer a large range of subjects and you can see a full list of subjects currently available. If you cannot see the subject you are seeking, please contact us as we do add courses in response to customer demand.
The number of subjects covered during a course depends on the level studied, as follows:
- GCSE/IGCSE (Years 10 and 11) – students study two subjects over a three or four day course.
- A level (Years 12 and 13) – students study one subject over a three or four day course.
We have a comprehensive timetable for our revision courses which can be fluid, responding to customer demand. For this reason, our timetable is not available on our website but you can contact us by email or telephone to find out if your chosen subject(s) are available during your chosen dates and at your preferred centres or online.
We run revision courses over all holiday periods and on some weekends from the summer through to the May/June exams, to enable you to plan a comprehensive revision programme for your son or daughter. Whilst some of the content may be repeated during each holiday session, the individual student learning element will be different. The emphasis of the course will be more focused on new knowledge and knowledge consolidation earlier in the year and focused on exam techniques and exam questions the nearer it gets to the exams.
Take a look at the course dates for each individual holiday session or for the dates over the entire year, go to the Summary of All Dates.