April 13 - May 8, 2020
Daily revision classes focusing on core content and practice questions. Packed with tips, tricks, and action points!
During the course, you will:
revisit key content from each theme
tackle practise questions using the Excess Learning Exam Guide
tailor your answer accordingly using the Excess Learning Methodology
Each class is delivered twice a day. Students can choose between morning (10am -12pm) and afternoon (2-4pm) lessons.
A full timetable is displayed below.
Who are our tutors?
All our tutors are specialists in their subject and the exam board they teach.
Some are Masters and PhD graduates; others are writers, freelance journalists, accountants, entrepreneurs or actors. Furthermore, some tutor as their career, whilst others combine their tutoring with part-time, or full-time work.
They love their subject and are united by their desire to pass on their knowledge and experience to their students.
Are our tutors DBS checked?
All our tutors have enhanced DBS checks that are less than 12months old, so you can be assured that your children are in safe hands. We also have a child protection policy which can be found here.
Which exam boards do we cover?
We currently cover Edexcel A and are planning on adding the other exam boards over the next year. There is a significant overlap in course content with these exam boards (AQA, OCR, IB, CIE, WJEC..), so our programme will certainly be beneficial to these students, however, we can not guarantee our resources outside of the exam boards that we cover.
What's the difference between the Revision Guide and the Exam Guide?
The Revision Guide teaches you all of the relevant content that will be on the exam. It consists of bulleted notes for each section in the syllabus in simple, easy to understand language.
The Exam Guide helps you apply these concepts, training you to get full marks on the exam. It’s purely focused on past exam papers, and will guide you through professional exam technique and practice papers.
Where do our courses take place?
Our courses are delivered at physical locations or remotely using online softwares. Our class-based courses take place in the classrooms, lecture theatres, conference and meeting rooms of London businesses, institutions and organisations, whilst distance-based courses are delivered using Zoom.
What is our cancellation policy?
You may cancel a course booking at any time. To cancel a course booking, you must inform us by using the contact form which can be found here. The standard Excess Learning cancellation policy (as specified below) shall apply*.
If you cancel the course booking greater than 1 month prior to the start date of the course you will get a 100% refund.
If you cancel the course booking between 15-31 days before the start of the course you will get a 50% refund.
Any cancellation within 14 days of the start date of the course booked will not be subject to a refund.
We will make the reimbursement using the same means of payment as you used for the initial transaction.