Intensive Prelim Revision over Christmas Holidays Most of the schools in Edinburgh have their Prelims scheduled for January. We appreciate that for many students Christmas Holidays offer a great opportunity for intensive and focused revision. Therefore we are delighted to offer a reduced rate for blocks of intensive revision: 8-hour block £192 (at [...]
This simple video gives you 3 key ingredients to success in Maths and Physics. Do you agree with those tips? Are you going to use them in your revision and exams?
This is just a quick reminder with regards to our revision days, which are scheduled for the first weekend of May this year. Click here to learn more about what’s included and why it is worth signing up. Very limited places are available as we are keeping the study groups small with average number [...]
Before any cell divides, a new copy of DNA has to be made. This is to ensure that a daughter cell will have exactly the same genetic code (and therefore protein make-up) as a mother cell. Why is that required? So that the cells have the necessary instruction and can comply with the design of [...]
A lot of schools in Edinburgh have the last half term of this school year in the first week of June. It is not only a great chance to get some rest before the exams but also an ideal opportunity to consolidate your knowledge and focus on some last minute revision. We realise that for many [...]
By now all of the Standard Grade and Highers students will be on an exam leave. The first science exam is Chemistry and it is next Tuesday (the 14th of May 2012). There is still a week then to make the most of your revision and exam preparation! Below we listed a list of 10 [...]
Feeling the exam pressure? We’re here to help! As part of our revision series we would like to invite you to our Intensive Revision Days! These will be offered for all our students by our highly qualified tutors between 4th and 7th of May and would run from 10am – 3.30pm with lunch included. During [...]
There is an ongoing debate as to whether viruses are living organisms or not. What we know for sure is that they are obligatory intracellular organisms – that means the must enter a host cell in order to replicate. They simply lack the machinery to replicate on their own.. So this is the argument for [...]