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10 Top Tips For Revising GCSEs

10 Top Tips for revising. Make it public: make an A3 poster of your revision timetable so...
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10 Revision Tips

Love it or loathe it, revision is an important part of your studies. So how can you make sure...
Key Stage 3 Science

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KS1/2/3 Chemistry Experiments

KS1/2/3 experiments Below are lists of just a few simple experiments that can be carried out at...
Key Stage 3 Science

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What Are Units?

One of the easiest mistakes to make when teaching anything is to simplify it to the point of...

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  • MR S A Y ALI Private Tuition Central Birmingham, B6 Gold Member

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    Revolutionary, innovative, fun, highly effective & affordable. I believe every student deserves every opportunity to learn, progress & achieve their full potential without any restrictions/limits.
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    I have a Ph.D in the philosophy of physics and seven years' experience as a private tutor, my students have secured places at top private schools including scholarships to Eton and St Paul's.
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    I am a diligent and experienced tutor who enjoys sharing my subject knowledge with students as well as teaching them the skills required for effective learning and memorisation.
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    I am a qualified teacher and experienced tutor with a background in psychotherapy and counselling. I have a track record of delivering excellent results, and improving the confidence and self-esteem of my students.
  • Dan Cooper Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16

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    My name is Dan and I am an enthusiastic Science teacher and Head of House at a school in Shepperton. Helping young people to excel is my passion and I find working one-on-one with students very rewarding.
  • Bea Tamizi Letchworth Garden City, SG6 Silver Member

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    I take a great pride in helping students achieve their personal best. If you are looking for dedicated tutor who will go the extra mile for you I would be very happy to help you.
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  • Exam preparation

    Kathryn Tracey GCSE Science Tutor (Cambridge) Picture This time of year is stressful for any key stage 4 student regardless of which school they attend or which grades they are working towards. The looming exams and the pressures from school, teachers and parents can become very intense in these final weeks. Managing that stress is a challenge but...
  • Trick Yourself into Working Faster

    Fabiola Mann GCSE Science Tutor (Harrow) Picture What with exam season approaching, here are a few tricks which I found helpful when I needed to do masses of work with little time or motivation. These only really work if you follow them honestly, I hope you find them useful. 1: Start Watching a Movie I know, it doesn’t sound massively...
  • Science resources and revision ideas

    Saffia S GCSE Science Tutor (South East London) Picture It is important to keep motivated and work towards your goals. Remember that there are hundreds of resources available on-line which can help develop your study skills. You can also get resources from your teachers: ask for extra exam papers and mark schemes to check your progress and...

 

  • Things to Remember When You See Your Paper! Editor's Pick

    GCSE Science Tutor (West London) Picture Whenever an important test or exam is looming, my students worry about just how much they know. They write 'Done' on their revision timetables, nag friends and family to test them and peer at flash cards whenever they have a spare moment! But whatever level you are being tested...
  • How to know where to begin?

    GCSE Science Tutor (West London) Picture When I first meet a new student and their family for an informal chat, it is really important that we decide what areas need to be worked on first so that our sessions start to help and show results. Hopefully, they will see improvement in class work, homework, tests or revision.... and most...
  • WHY should I pass my exams? Editor's Pick

    GCSE Science Tutor (East London) Picture Do not ask yourself "How should I pass my exams?" but "Why should I pass my exams?” Because it is the “why” that will make you succeed. If you don’t know why you are doing something then there is no point doing it. WHY? Why do you want to pass your exams? Why do you want to be a doctor? Why...