Nothing but praise. Organisation good – easy to arrange and straightforward – ideal from my perspective. Been wonderful to get him to a good university. He was so thrilled when he got his results!
I felt it was a very positive experience and gave the confidence she needed to do her best.
It gave me peace of mind, I had been feeling quite helpless at the time. Would recommend Justin Craig to others.
My daughter was lacking in confidence in maths and predicted a C grade, at best. She gained so much from attending your course. The end result is she likes maths and passed her GCSE with a B grade! I can’t tell you how wonderful that was for her and the whole family.
Melanie, North Yorkshire
We were delighted with the course and in particular the tutor who really covered the syllabus and allowed Michael to get to grips with the essential subject matter and secure the grade he needed for university entry.
My daughter got a lot out of your English revision course at Watford Girls. She really enjoyed the experience – her tutor was very helpful and made clear sense of how she could improve her technique. Many thanks.
My son found it very hard to revise beyond just reading through his notes and text book, and doing past papers. The tutor provided other methods and a revision structure which he found extremely useful and left him feeling well prepared for his exams.
After obtaining a U in her last exam, my daughter needed at least a C grade to get into her first choice of Uni. After attending your course, she got the required grade and obtained her place. Her tutor was very helpful, making her understanding of the subject much better and increasing her confidence. Big thanks to Justin and their tutors.
Alison, SE London
After attending a Christmas course our son lifted his C in Politics to an A. He went on to gain an A at A2 after your Easter and May Half Term Courses. I am sure that this is due in large measure to the very focussed and highly professional teaching at Justin Craig. Without doubt, the time spent helped my son exceed the grades he needed to secure a place at his first choice university.