GROUP REVISION COURSES

Our group courses for 7+, 11+ and 11+ pre-test provide a rigorous but enjoyable group environment in which to revise academic material and refine skills, strategically timed to help them reach their peak performance during the exam period.

Catering for small groups of students, our courses run during holidays and at weekends. They cover English, Maths and Reasoning as well as interview preparation and exam technique to ensure that our students feel confident about every aspect of the upcoming assessment. They help students become accustomed to working under timed exam conditions as well as tackling questions in a group setting, helping them to learn from one another.

 


WHAT THE COURSES COVER

Our courses are tailored to the specific entrance exams of top schools and are intended to complement private tuition. Students who join our courses benefit from:

  • Specialist and experienced tutors who have excellent track records of success
  • Comprehensive syllabus coverage
  • Focus on exam practice and technique
  • Confidence and Performance Coaching to alleviate exam day nerves from our specialist psychologist Gary Leboff
  • Interview technique with our Director of Consulting and former Latymer Upper School teacher, Camilla Smiley
  • Individual feedback reports on your child’s progress, highlighting any areas that require further focus

Our revision courses provide structure for pupils taking crucial exams, reassuring parents that the syllabus has been fully covered and that their child is well prepared to demonstrate their full potential.

To find out about the next dates or for more information, please contact us on +44 (0) 20 7034 0800

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Get in Touch with our Team

Let us know how we can help you.

To speak with our team about your educational needs, whatever they may be, telephone us on +44 (0) 20 7034 0800 for our London office, +971 (0) 4321 1525 for our Dubai office, or enquire via this form.

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