In addition to the online support examstutor provides throughout the year, we believe attendance at an intensive easter revision course just prior to exams, can provide many students with an even stronger platform for exam success. The chance to meet fellow students who are revising for the same exams, whilst being tutored in small groups by highly experienced teachers. Teachers who in many cases are also examiners, can provide a huge boost to your knowledge, exam technique and confidence in the lead-up to exams.
Run independently by some of the leading schools and colleges in the country, the easter revision courses we feature here are delivered by the full-time teaching staff of each institute, to the same high standards on which each college has built its reputation.
Each of these colleges already provide their students with access to examstutor throughout the year, to help support their full-time students exam preparation, and if you attend an Easter Revision Course with them this year, they will provide you with the same access to examstutor, when you book your course with them.
Here you will find overviews of each institute's
... and the facility to submit an online request for further information from one or more of these colleges, providing you with detailed guidance regarding course dates, fees, and their general booking process.
- track record providing Easter Revision support
- course structure and approach
- general profiles of teaching staff
- student and parent feedback
Simply click each of the cards on the right to find out more.
Why we recommend these courses
As well as gathering feedback from students and parents who have attended these colleges, each of the Easter Revision Course Providers listed here has submitted itself to inspection by one or more of the following nationally recognised bodies.
The British Accreditation Council has provided the national quality assurance scheme for independent further and higher education in the UK since 1984. BAC accreditation is recognised the world over as the clearest mark of educational quality in the private sector.
The Independent Schools Council represents schools and colleges who have been inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) the body approved for the purpose of inspection under the Education Act 2002. As such the ISC seek to ensure the quality of education provided by its membership.
Ofsted, the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills - inspect all state and some independent schools. An Ofsted inspection provides a detailed written assessment of how well a school is performing across a comprehensive range of criteria.