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A-Levels

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How can we help you?

 

Our specialised home and online tutors can support your son/ daughter  with their A-Levels.  The A Level years consist of years 12 and 13.

Before the commencement of your lessons, our tutors offer you  a free trial session where you have an opportunity to decide if you want to carry on taking lessons with a particular tutor. In addition after every lesson, your child will receive homework from their tutor.

Our Client Care Manager Rasheeda is there to guide and support you in finding a tutor which matches your needs.

  1. Before the commencement of lessons, Rasheeda, our Client Care Manager carefully selects a tutor for you after discussion on your needs and subjects.

  2. One of our experienced tutors would then carry out a taster lesson with you, just to ensure you feel 100%  comfortable with his/ her teaching styles and methods, before you begin to pay for regular lessons!

  3. Once you feel we have found the tutor that matches your exact needs, weekly lessons would be carried out with your tutor. Your tutor would provide feedback and homework after every session.

Here are some tutors that can support your child!

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Hi, my name is Shahnawaz, My teaching style is  dependent on the student But i prefer, going through slides and have students interact through a 2 way whiteboard to confirm understanding of material.
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Hi, my name is Vivienne and I have successfully worked with children with Special Educational Needs, improving their confidence and allowing them to learn new concepts and help with concepts they had struggled with
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Hi, my name is Gouthami,and I am a passionate and understanding person. Watching students grow and improve is what keeps me motivated to teach even more. I have been able to push a student from level 5 to level 7 and I believe through my experience I can do the same with your child.
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Female College Students

College or Sixth Form?

 

Students may either go to a college to complete these years or complete the alternative ‘sixth form’  in their school. If students achieve particularly high grades at GCSE, they may be able to complete their sixth form in a grammar school.

1st and 2nd year of A-levels

 

Typically, there are 3 main A-Levels that are completed.

 

AS consists of the first year of A-Levels (one half of the course) and A2 the second year to fully complete the A-Level. 

 

Some students may opt for a BTEC course or other vocational qualifications, which are equivalent to A-Levels.

 

UCAS points are awarded in completion of A-Levels.