I generally approach A-Level topics by making sure to go over notes, writing them in a way that helps students individually when they start to memorise them. This can be done through helpful mnemonics and in-depth flashcards. A lot of the exam preparation comes with many practice questions that I will either find from the boards or create based on past papers, and am able to mark them to the specifications. I put a lot of emphasis on this marking where I can constructively criticise and praise work, helping students learn from mistakes.
I recently finished my A-Levels, acquiring A* (Politics - Edexcel) A* (Psychology - OCR) A (History - AQA), with an A in EPQ who can tutor to this level, especially if these subjects are on the same exam boards. I am on a Gap Year and so have a flexible schedule to tutor. My main history topics were The Tudors and The French Revolution.
A-Levels: A* in Politics, A* in Psychology, A in History, A in Extended Project
I led and partook in multiple revision sessions for the year 12 students when I was in year 13, helping them to study and practice. Being that I have only just finished my A-Levels, the exam, marking and revision style is still very fresh in my mind and I will able to be specifically helpful with the A-Level syllabuses.
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