Whether you’re a student, a parent or a school, year 11 can be a stressful and anxious time, with GCSEs looming ominously on the horizon.
As a parent, you want your child to perform to the best of his or her ability. And you want to strike the right balance between enthusiastic encouragement and incessant nagging.
As a school, you want your students to have the confidence to get the most out of classroom teaching, as well as to achieve the best possible results.
It’s natural for everyone to be apprehensive at the start of the year. But what if you could guarantee students would obtain their target GCSE grade?
Sound too good to be true? It isn’t with a GT mentoring course.
Read on for an explanation of how we help our students
Our approach helps students achieve their target grades for all abilities. We’ve refined our methodology over 10 years mentoring students. And it works.
We help students naturally remember and understand subjects that they find difficult – Each sessions contains an interactive teaching period, time for practice and discussion, and a test under exam conditions (The TPT approach)
All interested parties always know exactly where the student is in their quest to achieve their target grade
Students become familiar with every way a question can be asked – We guide them through 10 years’ worth of past papers, meaning they’ll be expert at giving the right answer quickly by the time they take the real thing
Our 40-session courses are tailored to students’ strengths and weaknesses – They learn in a safe group environment, motivated by their peers and inspired by their GT mentor
We can’t guarantee that you (and your student, of course) won’t be nervous. But by the time they sit their exam, they’ll be incredibly familiar with concepts, question formats and exam conditions.
As a result, there won’t be any nasty surprises for the students. Parents will have peace of mind, and won’t have a year of uncertainty or tension. And schools will feel confident that students will obtain their target grade.
Ultimately, come results day, students, parents and schools will feel the satisfaction that comes from a job well done.