Knowing how (and what) to prioritise, and working methodically are the keys to success at GCSE. The sheer volume of work that students have to master in year 10 and 11 can be a little overwhelming. Find out exactly what you need to know about these exams here, see what we can do to help, and then book a tutorial with one of the best tutors in London.
If you have a specific question or need some subject specific advice, get in contact with our team of GCSE specialists and we will arrange a free call back at your convenience.
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What we do
What we do
Getting organised early in year 10 is one of the key battles at GCSE level, and regular weekly tutorials in the subjects that students find difficult can make a huge difference to understanding and confidence: both in the subjects they receive tuition, and across the wider curriculum.
We believe that giving students the keys to their own learning helps fosters success at this level, and in their future studies. Our GCSE tutorials:
Learn more about the importance of independence in learning and the constructivist theory of learning. Or get in touch to book a free trial tutorial.
At GCSE knowing how to convey your understanding of a topic is often just as important as knowing the content of the course. Our GCSE tutorials
Not only are students given lots of opportunities for exam practice in tutorials, tutors teach exam technique that can make the difference between grades.
Aside from lots of practice, students that do well at GCSE are those that are able to reflect on feedback and flexibly respond to this feedback.
Having regular and specific feedback allows students to focus on hitting target grades and up-levelling.
Tutors at this level will:
Our goal is to make things as easy as possible for parents and as academically invigorating as possible for students.