I have prepared students for A levels exams before and noticed that the best technique in studying for GCSE/A level exams is working with past papers as much as possible. Students can have the knowledge required by the specification, but without knowing the answering method required by each specification board, even half of the marks can be lost. I have worked with all exam boards during my A level years (Edexcel, AQA and OCR) and managed to get almost 100% in my mathematics exam both in AS and A level, using the technique described above.
A typical lesson consists of going over the theory and coursework for that chapter and then solving some exam questions on that topic.
I have prepared AS level students and GCSE students during my A level year most of them were struggling and were predicted quite low grades. After tutoring them for 2-3 months they managed to get 1-2 grades higher than their predicted grade.
I also have experience in working with younger students, mostly year 7-8, as I have been tutoring my brother and his classmates during my first year of university.
My daughter was doing AS Mathematics and she was struggling until she found Adelina who enlighten her studies for Science. After she was tutored by Adelina, my daughter passed her exams without any problems.
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