Justin Craig Education are delighted to be joining Dr Kathy Weston in an event to help teens design their future.
Join Dr Kathy Weston for this inspirational, motivational talk for teens and their parents or carers. It is critically important that
Your child isn’t revising but you can almost hear the clock ticking down the seconds until their exams in the summer. You’re tearing your hair out, exhausted and sick to death of nagging them to just get on with it.
Preparing for your GCSEs and A Levels can be a daunting experience. Throughout the year, you will be constantly reminded that the exams are fast approaching despite being months away. Once Easter arrives, those exams are imminent. After months of
From time to time, we get in touch with past students to get their feedback and perspective on how Justin Craig helped them. Here is Rhys’s story …..
Excellent tutors and personalised help made a real difference
“ I found
Holly recently studied A Level Maths with us – here are her insights on her Justin Craig experience.
Board Specific courses and feedback from friends helped my decision to go with Justin Craig
Just after my A level mocks
Thankfully, A levels now feel like a distant memory as I start a new chapter in my life at the University of Birmingham. After achieving the unexpected results of A*A*B for my three A levels of English lit,
Although the summer exams may still seem a long time away, getting into a good study routine early on is more important than ever with the new tougher GCSE and A level exams.
So what does a “good study routine”
TUTOR AND STUDENT INSIGHTS
“Now that I am at Uni, can’t believe that I survived A Levels! I don’t think I could have worked any harder but it paid off, with me beating school’s predictions and achieving 2
Transitioning from GCSEs to A Levels?
With the school year now in full swing, many year 12 students are struggling to come to terms with the differences and increased demands of being a Sixth Former.
So, what’s so hard about
According to Ofqual, GCSE results in England have been relatively stable in recent years, despite a further 20 subjects now using the new 9-1 grading scale.
So why are parents and students worrying so much about the new GCSEs and