Get Your Child Charged Up For This Year's GCSE Exams
Make Sure Your Child Aces It With Boost Education's Spring GCSE Crash Course!
Are You Ready To Ace It This Coming May?
The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) Exams tests learners on the three compulsory “building blocks” subjects namely: English, Mathematics and Science.
Boost Education is excited to announce this year’s GCSE Exam Crash Commencing 15 – 18 April 2019. Based on previous GCSE Crash Course results, we look forward to another successful year for our students and parents!
Why Take The Boost GCSE Crash Course?
The course will prepare students for the GCSE examination content through prepared lessons and practice papers while orienting them for test day scenarios. Students will address any problem areas across English, Maths and Science to plug any holes in their learning and progress.
If your child has any requirement for extra help in order to maximise his or her attainment this coming May, speak to your nearest Boost Education centre about the upcoming GCSE Crash Course and support your child in reaching his or her fullest potential.
What Does The GCSE Crash Course Cover?
Maths Non Calculator Paper: Covers different question styles with students deriving answers without the use of a calculator to demonstrate logic and thought processes.
Maths Calculator Paper: Includes a mix of question styles with students expected to derive answers with the use of a calculator to demonstrate their understanding and memorisation of formulas.
English Language: This exam tests students’ ability to comprehend, analyse and produce a variety of fictional and non-fictional texts.
English Literature: This paper consists of questions that test the student’s ability to analyse and discuss themes and historical contexts of written literature. This includes poetry, plays and novels.
Biology: Students demonstrate scientific skills by assessing content knowledge and its applications in relation to human and plant health.
Chemistry: Assesses content knowledge and its applications in relation to sustainable/unsustainable resources and chemical processes in the real world.
Physics: Tests student’s scientific knowledge in relation to energy resources and uses, including their understanding of the physical world explained by theoretical concepts.
Will The Spring Crash Course Cover All The GCSE Exam Boards?
The Boost Education Spring GCSE Crash Course will cover all the GCSE Exam Boards. This includes the AQA, OCR, Edexcel and any others your child’s school is registered with. The course caters to both Edexcel Maths and AQA Maths and all Science Boards. While the skills required across all boards remains the same, the differences with respect to each are catered for in our approach to helping students ace their GCSE Exams.
What Are The Dates And Times For The Course?
Monday 15th April – Thursday 18th April
9.30am – 3.30pm (lunch 12-12.30pm)
Not A Current Boost Education Member? No Problem!
We’re making the GCSE Crash Course available to the general public, which means non-Boost Education members are welcome to sign up and join us as we prepare you to ace your exams and kick your educational aspirations into higher gear.
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Here’s What the Parents Have to Say…
Boost Education has undoubtedly helped my daughter to excel at school, and improved my son's results in a very short time period. The teaching quality is excellent and the atmosphere friendly and focussed. I would recommend Boost wholeheartedly as a great value for money education centre.
I would strongly recommend parents to Join Boost. It's very child orientated and learning can be fun. My kids tutor is very friendly, patient and approachable and my kids are very comfortable with her. My younger son says he prefers going to Boost rather than School
I was interested in enrolling my daughter to the maths GCSE programme since I felt she was capable of studying this at an earlier age. The tutors and the additional resources have really helped her. The rewards scheme has also motivated both my kids and I love the structure of the programme where they are assessed every month.