Available during the summer months via our customised teaching platform.
Make the most of your summer by preparing for your upcoming examinations or by improving on your language skills from the comfort of your holiday home.
Our highly experienced tutoring team is currently offering intensive classes in a variety of subjects.
Type of class: Online
Group size: Maximum 5 students/class
Class duration: 90 mins/class.
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This course focuses on the oral practice of the English language, with our highly-skilled native English tutors. Students will be allocated to a class according to their level of spoken English, with no more than 5 students to ensure that that each Conversational English class moves at a fast pace, and that everyone gets a chance to practice. The topics of conversation will be contemporary, stimulating ones, that oftentimes the students will suggest, in order to keep the lessons interesting and fast-flowing.
This course will focus on the preparation for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS), which is now available online. It is a test of English for people who do not speak English as their first language but intend to study or train in English. It tests reading, writing, listening and speaking ability and provides results in an easy-to-understand band score (the score is out of 9). It is a basic entry requirement for both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at English-speaking universities.
This course will focus on the preparation for the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) test whose purpose is to evaluate the English proficiency of people whose native language is not English. This computer-based test is very popular for university/college entry and it is also used by institutions in other countries where English is the language of instruction. In addition, government agencies, scholarship programs, licensing/certification agencies, multinational companies (banks, insurance companies, accountancy companies) use TOEFL scores to evaluate English proficiency. It consists of 4 sections: Listening, Reading comprehension, Writing, Speaking and is marked out of a maximum of 30 points.
IB ECONOMICS REVISION
This revision course for IB Economics focuses on the IB syllabus and is aimed at maximizing students’ performance.
A LEVEL ECONOMICS REVISION
This course will help students revise the A-level Economics syllabus, with an aim to maximise their performance for the exam..
IB MATHEMATICS REVISION
This revision course for IB Mathematics focuses on the IB syllabus and is aimed at maximizing students’ performance.
A LEVEL MATHEMATICS REVISION
This course will assist students with revision for the A-level Mathematics syllabus, aiming to maximise their performance.
A LEVEL PSYCHOLOGY REVISION
This revision course will help students revise for the A-level Psychology syllabus, with an aim to maximise their performance.
ENGLISH FOR PROFICIENCY
This class will prepare students for the both the Written and Spoken sections of the English Proficiency exam. Preparation is offered for both the Cambridge CPE and the Michigan ECPE, which are both popular entry requirements for both undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at English-speaking universities. It is a test of English to demonstrate that people whose native language is not English have reached a proficient level of communication and are able to do so fluently in demanding academic and professional situations. It is the highest certification of the English Language.
ENGLISH FOR LOWER
This class will prepare students for the both the Written and Spoken sections of the English Lower exam. Preparation is offered for both the Cambridge FCE and the Michigan ECCE. Passing this exam demonstrates that one can speak and write in English at a level that will allow them to study or work in an English-speaking environment or live in an english-speaking country. It certifies that one is able to communicate and express their thoughts effectively.
This course will prepare students to sit the SAT/ACT exams, with an aim to maximise their performance. The SAT (Standardized Aptitude Test) and the ACT (American College Testing) are the basic qualifications for admission to a North American university (United States and Canada) for a Bachelors degree. All students intent on attending a North American university are required to sit the SAT/ACT. Certain UK universities will consider SAT/ACT scores for entry requirements. Both the SAT and the ACT test a student’s abilities in the English language and mathematics, the only difference being that the ACT also has a Science-Reasoning section. There is also an optional essay section, which most US Universities require.
This course will offer business English classes for working professionals who wish to brush up on their skills. Improving your English will help you work more effectively and open up new career opportunities. The course will be tailored to meet individual needs depending on the area of profession, but general help, such as developing interview skills and writing clear, concise emails will also be offered.
ADULTS’ BEGINNERS ENGLISH
This course is aimed at both complete beginners and false beginners in the English language. Whether you are starting from complete zero or have some residual learning which you need to awaken, this course will be suitable for you as it will be tailored to your individual needs. The focus will be on confidence-building and lessons will cover aspects of everyday life.
A LEVEL ENGLISH REVISION
This revision course will help students revise for the A-level English syllabus, with an aim to maximise their performance in the exam.
The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) and the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) General Test are standardized computer adaptive tests (CAT) that graduate schools use to evaluate candidates. This course will focus on the preparation for these tests with an aim to maximise students’ performance.