Revision GCSE Maths Higher Tier Levels 4-9 INFO
You want to be prepared for GCSE Maths Exam. You are keen to increase your level but help from a knowledgeable tutor would make it less stressful for you. We get it and have your back! This course is designed for you. We follow a 6-step process to create your bespoke GCSE programme, ready for you to be welcomed into an elite group of like-minded, motivated students wanting to improve their grades. You will learn, and your confidence will grow in this supportive environment.
1.00 - 2.30
Students are welcomed during the school year. Late registrants, January 1 and beyond need to have the tutor's permission
Registration is limited to 6 students only
Guided Maths Survey is emailed to you to complete
Appointment is made to sit a Mock GCSE Maths exam. This assists the tutor in prioritizing topics you need to master
Recommendations from the student's School Teacher are welcomed if available
Cost: £47 per hour*
GCSE Maths study card packs are sent to the student
Attendance is for a minimum of 10 continuous lessons
The course finishes the week before the GCSE Maths.
There is no tuition for Christmas week, Easter week and one week during Mid-Term break
* Includes the assessment, comparing the results with the self-assessment, marking, report and consultation. Evaluation of the student's Maths strengths and weaknesses to pinpoint skills to be learned
The lead Online GCSE Maths Tutor
Chris, has been teaching Maths since 2005, transitioning to online Maths in 2019. His expertise includes Maths KS3, GCSE (Foundation and Higher Tier), A-level maths and International Baccalaureate. Chris is an excellent communicator and is passionate about the outdoors and well-being.
LearningClubs GCSE Maths courses support students' greater subject knowledge and self-confidence.
Chris brings an experienced hand to online group GCSE Maths tuition using Google Teams for students to learn and be academically challenged in a safe and respectful environment. Break-out rooms are organised for students to practice assigned exercises before presenting to the group. Research indicates that this and intermittent review are teaching methods critical for students to learn and retain information. The tutor provides direct instruction to those students needing additional attention and to stretch high achievers.