FREE Report Guide on Choosing a Private Tutor Reveals…
How to find and select the Best Tutor, so your child can Achieve Top Grades in core academic subjects at GCSE and A-level – GUARANTEED!
Here’s what’s revealed in this extraordinary guide:
How to decide if Private Tuition is the best option and get your child to buy into the idea!
Secrets to making anxiety and worry about finding a good tutor a thing of the past
The process of selecting and recruiting an effective tutor – one who will actually make a difference to your child’s performance
And much, much more!
If you're ready to finally find the best solution for improving your child’s exam result in core academic subjects at GCSE or A-level, then you've come to the right place.
My FREE Parent Report Guide – "How to Choose an Effective Private Tutor for your child at GCSE & A-level – a Smart Parent's Guide" reveals a step-by-step process of how to decide, find a competent tutor and ensure your child gets the most out of the tutoring, giving you peace of mind and avoiding unnecessary anxiety for you and your teenager.
Best of all, I’m going to send it to you 100% FREE - just fill in the form here and click the “Send It Now” button – we’ll send it to you immediately!
Do Not Delay - Grab Your FREE Parent Report Guide NOW!
Complete the form below:
Once you have filled in your details, be sure to check your email, as we will contact you immediately to complete the process. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Small group tuition and one-to-one tutorial
Improve Exam Grades
Boost Your Child's Confidence
WAIT! Before you look further in finding a tutor for your child, you must read this brief report. This short booklet is designed to help you in finding the best tutor for your child. In fact, after reading this, you may come to the conclusion that there are other ways your child can achieve the improvement he or she desires, without having to hire a private tutor! Should you decide to go ahead and look for a tutor, you will be better informed to make the right choice.
Benefits of joining Excel iLearn
An experts' organisation with a proven track record. We have been helping children improve their GCSE (or IGCSE) grades for 16 years. Your child will achieve the GCSE grades we predict or we give your money back!
Our teachers are highly experienced
- They teach A-level and GCSE in the top schools and some are semi-retired
- Many are examiners
- They know the latest curriculum and have an excellent record of delivering high exam grades.
Our small class size ensures
- Individual attention to each student within a small group setting
- Accelerated learning with other high achieving teenagers who want to learn
Your child can also bring their problems from school or homework to get help.
We build your child's confidence
- We constantly assess your child's performance with mock tests and provide you feedback
- We help address weak areas and boost confidence
We have helped thousands of young people to achieve the top exam grades at GCSE and A-level. For the almost two decades that we have been around, so many teenagers have benefited from our courses and have gained admission to top universities.
Your child will achieve or exceed the grade we predict at Excel in Key Subjects, or we will give you a full refund of your tuition fees for that subject.
That's how confident we are of our proven system.
How do the Saturday classes work for GCSE students?
GCSE & IGCSE
Saturday School runs through the academic year - a total of 26 Saturdays from September to May.
Every Saturday, students in small groups of about five spend 40 to 50 minutes on each subject. In addition to the small group session, each student also receives 10 to 15 minutes of one-to-one tutorial on each subject every week. GCSE students who take all the five subjects spend roughly about 5 hours in total each Saturday. Some take just two or three subjects, spending less time studying on a Saturday.
Those who are taking Combined (Double) Science spend less time on the sciences, but Triple Science students spend longer. Both Double and Triple Science contain Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
For most GCSE students, classes start between 9 and 10am and most finish between 2.30 and 3.30pm. Some lessons are scheduled for the afternoon and those finish at about 6pm. It is just like a typical school timetable, with students studying one subject after the other, with a short break between each subject. The only exception is that students are in very small groups and they also receive one-to-one tutorial in addition.
Our grade guarantee applies to GCSE students who enrol for the full academic year (26 Saturdays). Please see terms and conditions for the grade guarantee.
In addition to the Saturday classes, Excel in Key Subjects also offers Intensive Revision courses during Christmas, Half Term, Easter and Summer holidays, as well as one-to-one tuition. All lessons are now taught by a live video call via Zoom and Microsoft Teams.