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Never Too Late To Cram For GCSE Maths...

Never Too Late To Cram For GCSE Maths Exams

As the GCSE exam period rapidly approaches, there will be many students throughout the UK worrying that they don’t know their subject as well as they ought to.  With competition for places in further education never more fierce and unemployment on the rise, there is a real desire to achieve good GCSE grades.  Maths is […]

QTS Numeracy Test – how to pass...

QTS Numeracy Test – how to pass it

Passing the numeracy skills test isn’t just a case of being able to answer the questions correctly, with the mental arithmetic section in particular, it’s a test of whether you can answer the questions correctly and quickly. Before you even think about booking in for the QTS numeracy test, make sure you prepare yourself properly. […]

Easter Revision and Individual Maths ...

Easter Revision and Individual Maths Tuition

With exams coming up in May and June, now is a good time to start revising and preparing for GCSEs and A levels. If you live in the Witney area, how about giving your revision a kick start with some individual Maths tuition? I currently have a few vacancies for GCSE and A Level revision […]

Disappointing Mock Results? – W...

Disappointing Mock Results? – What to do next

Most people taking GCSE or AS/A2 Modules in May and June will have taken their mock exams by now and know the results. If you didn’t do as well as you were expecting, hoping or need to, don’t panic! There is still time to sort out the problems before the exams, but you need to […]

Ten tips for making the most of half ...

Ten tips for making the most of half term revision

For those of you taking exams in March, half term is an ideal time to do some extra revision and make sure you are well prepared. Even if you’re not taking exams until May and June, now is a good time to start thinking about revision. Follow these ten tips for making the most of […]

The End of Modular GCSEs – what...

The End of Modular GCSEs – what does it mean for you?

On 27 January 2012, Ofqual confirmed the changes to be made to GCSEs. The two main changes are the reintroduction of marks awarded for spelling, punctuation and grammar, and the return to end of course exams. In terms of GCSE Maths, the important change is the end of modular assessment. Under the current arrangements, pupils […]