6th Year Christmas Revision Course

Wednesday 28 – Saturday 31 December 2022

*Special Offer* 2 classes for the price of 1!
Offer extended until Monday, 5th December.

Book the best Christmas Revision course today.

This 4-day intensive exam-focused course prepares 6th year students for success in the June 2023 Leaving Certificate exams. This is Ireland’s only fully interactive Christmas Course. Classes are available on-site at our Lesson Street campus and online.

Our Leeson Street classes are also streamed live, so you can attend in person or watch the livestream. We also provide dedicated online classes which allow students engage directly with the teachers.

All students attending this course will benefit from:

  • Exceptional tuition from the Institute’s leading teachers
  • Exam focused class notes
  • Examiner insights
  • Choose from 92 classes
  • FREE live recordings of all their classes (available to replay immediately after the class and right up to the end of the 2023 State Examinations)
  • Strategies to achieve academic success.

To learn more about what will be covered on this course please select from the subject list below:

 

Accounting (H)

This course covers key areas on the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Accounting syllabus. It includes comprehensive notes with questions and detailed solutions, which will empower students to answer Leaving Certificate Higher Level questions to a H1 standard.

Topics include:

Final Accounts of limited companies and sole traders

  • This is a guaranteed question on the Leaving Certificate and is worth 30% of the examination paper.

Interpretation of Accounts

  • This is a very popular question on the LC and has appeared on the examination, in Section 2, every year for the last 30 years. It is worth 25% of the examination paper.

Marginal Costing

  • This appears in Section 3 of the examination paper and allows students an in-depth study of variable costs, fixed costs, breakeven analysis and sensitivity analysis and is worth 20% of the examination paper.

Product Costing

  • This topic appears in Section 3 of the examination paper and allows students a detailed knowledge of costing and pricing decisions made by businesses. It is worth 20% of the examination paper.

Service Firms Accounts

  • This topic can appear in Section 1 or 2 of the examination paper and studies the final accounts of firms such as dentists, health farms, nursing homes and so on.

 

Agricultural Science (H)

The course will focus on the main animal enterprises, and then the key points of the grassland system.

Topics include:

  • Animal Enterprises – Beef, Dairy, and Sheep.
  • Grass topics will be grazing and grassland management.

 

Applied Maths (H)

This intensive course will focus on the Physics section of the Applied Maths course. Classes will be exam focused, presenting specific strategies that can be applied to most or all exam questions on each topic. Therefore, students can enter their Applied Maths exam not only with a keen eye for noticing the underlying structure of typical exam questions but also with a clear plan on how to solve them.

Notes will contain not only theory and general advice but also fully worked examples illustrating recommended approaches to problems.

Topics include:

  • Linear Motion
  • Projectiles
  • Connected Particles
  • Collisions
  • Circular Motion
  • Differential Equations

 

Biology (H)

This course is structured to ensure students achieve the best results possible in their Leaving Certificate Higher Level Biology exam.

Due to syllabus length, Biology is divided into Section A and Section B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A – Topics include:

  • Scientific Method
  • Food
  • Ecology
  • Cell Division
  • Enzymes
  • Energy Carriers
  • Photosynthesis
  • Respiration
  • Osmosis/Diffusion/Active Transport
  • Experiments

Section B – Topics include:

  • Blood
  • Heart
  • Lymphatic System
  • Human Breathing
  • Human Digestion
  • Excretion
  • Human Reproduction
  • Endocrine system
  • Nervous System
  • The Senses
  • Skeleton
  • Human Defence System

 

Business (H)

This course prepares students for success in the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Business exam.

Due to syllabus length, Business is divided into Section A and Section B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A – Topics include:

  • People In Business
  • Industrial Relations
  • Introduction to Management
  • Management Skills (Leadership and Motivation)
  • Communication
  • Taxation
  • Ratio Analysis
  • Short Question Preparation

Section B – Topics include:

  • Identifying Opportunities
  • Marketing
  • Product and Price
  • Break Even Analysis
  • Business Scene
  • Business Social Responsibility and Ethics
  • Government and the Economy
  • International Trade
  • Applied Business Preparation Units 5 and Unit 6

 

Chemistry (H)

This course covers key elements of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Chemistry paper.

Due to syllabus length, Chemistry is divided into Section A and Section B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A – Topics include:

  • Stoichiometry (moles, concentrations, limiting reactants, % yields)
  • Oxidation and reduction
  • Volumetric analysis
  • Chemical equilibrium

Section B – Topics include:

  • Periodic table
  • Radioactivity
  • Bohr
  • Organic Chemistry (theory)

Please bring periodic table and calculator

 

Economics (H)

This course allows students to gain an in-depth knowledge of the important sections on the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Economics syllabus and prepares them for answering questions to the highest standard.

Due to syllabus length, Economics is divided into Section A and Section B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A (Micro-Economics) – Topics include:

  • Utility
  • Demand
  • Supply
  • Market Equilibrium
  • Elasticity
  • Cost of Production
  • Economies of Scale
  • Profit Maximization
  • Government Intervention
  • Scarcity, Efficiency and Opportunity Costs

Section B (Macro-Economics) – Topics include:

  • National Income
  • Multiplier and Circular Flow of Income
  • Inflation
  • Monetary Policy and ECB
  • Interest Rates and Banks
  • Market Failure
  • Sustainability

 

English (H)

This intensive course prepares students for success in the Leaving Certificate Higher Level English exam. The core focus is to offer insights into WHAT material to prepare and HOW to write coherent, substantive essays. Notes and sample answers will be provided on all the topics covered.

Paper 1 – Topics include:

  • Personal Essay Writing.
  • Analysis of 2022 QA tasks.
  • Key elements of Narrative and Aesthetic language

Paper 2 – Topics include:

  • Analysis of Macbeth’s role in the play
  • Analysis of the role of the Witches and the Supernatural in Macbeth
  • Sample answers to past Macbeth Questions
  • Analysis of a selection of poems by
  • Derek Mahon
  • Paula Meehan
  • Guidelines on successful Comparative essay writing
  • Analysis of the Literary Genre Mode of Comparison

Notes will also be provided on a selection of Comparative texts prescribed for study in 2023, the Unseen Poetry task, and the poetry of Adrienne Rich and Emily Dickinson

 

French (H)

This comprehensive revision course is designed to help you focus on what you need to succeed in Leaving Cert French exam. The course offers a comprehension treatment of core grammar areas including: Le Présent de l’Indicatif, Le Futur Simple, Le Futur Proche and Le Passé Composé.

This course will also provide you with everything you need to achieve success in the written and listening comprehension exams.

Topics include:

Reading Comprehensions

  • Answering technique and key pitfalls to be avoided on the day of the examination.

Listening Comprehensions

  • Examination Technique and answering strategies.

Written Production

  • Here the focus will be on core vocabulary, answering strategies and sample answers for Diary Entries and Reaction Pieces.

This course is designed to link with the Easter Revision Course in order to provide you with the most comprehensive route to success.

 

German (H)

Classes in this intensive course are exam-focused and students are encouraged to gain confidence in their language skills.

Topics include:

Reading Comprehension

  • Introduction to both journalistic/ literary styles of texts, with in-depth concentration on answering skills/techniques.
  • How to maximise your grade in the Reading Comprehension section.

Aural Comprehension

  • Listening skills required for LC Aural with marking scheme and tape scripts provided. Authentic German Passages will be used.
  • How to get the H1 grade.

Written Section:

  • How to structure German sentences, with special emphasis on written tasks for the exam.
  • Written themes/ in-depth written technique covered.
  • How to get the H1 grade.

Grammar

  • Cases
  • Tenses
  • Word order
  • Relative Pronouns
  • Sample solutions from past papers will be provided

 

Spanish (H)

This course is designed to prepare students for the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Spanish exam.

Topics include:

General overview of the exam paper

  • Key grammar points.
  • Verbs: present, future, conditional, 3 past tenses, subjunctive.
  • Some special verbs: gustar, ser and estar.
  • Vocabulary: Synonyms and False Friends.

Reading Comprehension

  • Exam techniques and vocabulary from past papers.

Writing

  • Opinion piece (Structure, topics, vocabulary, idiomatic expressions…)
  • Writing techniques for Diary entries and Notes.
  • Sentence building. Work on common errors.

Listening comprehension

  • Vocabulary from past papers.
  • Vocabulary for the weather report.
  • Strategies to maximise marks.

Oral

  • Understanding the oral exam.
  • Interview. Expanding on common topics.
  • Sample answers.
  • Role-plays – preparation.
  • Tips on how to perform best on the day.
  • Using technology to improve.

 

Geography (H)

This intensive course prepares students for exam success in Leaving Certificate Higher Level Geography. Exam analysis and marking scheme interpretation will be covered in all topics.

Due to syllabus length, Geography is divided into Section A, Section B and Section C. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A (Physical Environment) – Topics include:

Plate Tectonics

  • Theory of plate tectonics.
  • Plate boundary types.
  • Volcanoes.

Rocks

  • Formation of rocks – igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.
  • Human interaction with the rock cycle (geothermal energy production).

Landform Development

  • Features of deposition (rivers and coasts).
  • Overview of glaciation and mass movement.

8- and 20-Mark questions

  • OS map and aerial photo skills.
  • Sketch maps.
  • Weather maps.

 

Section B (Regional Geography) – Topics include:

Concept of a Region

  • Socio-economic regions.
  • Urban regions.
  • 8-mark questions.

Primary Economic Activities

  • Irish and European regions.

Tertiary Economic Activities

  • Irish and European regions.

Complexity Of Regions (i)

  • Interaction between economic, cultural, and physical processes.

20 Mark Questions

  • Sketch maps of regions.
  • Data interpretation

 

Section C (Elective Unit: Patterns & Processes in the Human Environment) – Topics include:

Population Characteristics

  • Changing fertility and mortality rates over time and space. Demographic Transition Model and population pyramids.
  • Population distribution and density.

Migration

  • Push and pull factors.
  • Rural to urban migration, causes and effects (Ireland and Brazil).

Patterns of Rural and Urban Settlement

  • Questions based on OS maps i.e., historical, settlement distribution, settlement patterns.
  • Planning strategies in rural areas.

Urban Problems

  • Traffic movement and congestion.
  • Urban decay and urban sprawl.
  • Heritage and environmental issues.

20 Mark Questions

  • Sketch OS maps and aerial photos.
  • Data interpretation
  • Producing graphs

 

History (H)

This course is designed to help student prioritise work that needs to be done in preparation for the Leaving Certificate Higher Level History exam in June in an organised and structured way. All classes will allow for questions from students regarding the topics across their history course programme. Exam tips regarding essay writing and the marking scheme will also be provided.

Due to syllabus length, History is divided into Section A and Section. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A – Irish History

Module 1: Sovereignty and Partition, 1912-1949.

Topics include:

  • Unionist resistance to Home Rule, 1912-1914.
  • 1916 Rising.
  • The contribution of Padraig Pearse to Irish affairs.
  • The rise of ‘new’ Sinn Fein.
  • The War of Independence.
  • The Treaty negotiations.
  • The Irish Civil War.
  • The contribution of Michael Collins to Irish affairs.
  • Physical force in Irish affairs, 1912-1923.
  • Sample answer essay pack included.

Module 2: Politics and Society in Northern Ireland, 1949-1993.

Topics include:

  • Society and Culture in Northern Ireland.
  • The Apprentice Boys of Derry.
  • Tips on how to manage and answer the Documents Section of the exam paper.

 

Section B – European History

Module 1: Dictatorship and Democracy, 1920-1945.

Topics include:

  • Origins and growth of fascist movements in Europe.
  • The strengths and weaknesses of Weimar Germany.
  • Hitler and his totalitarian regime.
  • The Nuremberg rallies.
  • Nazi propaganda.
  • Britain between the Wars.
  • Sample answer essay pack included.

Module 2: The United States and the Wider World, 1945-1989.

Topics include:

  • The US economic boom and the impact on people’s lives.
  • The Age of Consensus.
  • The Montgomery bus boycott.
  • The contribution of Martin Luther King to US affairs.
  • The contribution of President Harry Truman to US affairs.
  • The changing role of women and family.
  • Sample answer essay pack included.

 

History and Appreciation of Art (Visual Studies) (H)

This course gives a comprehensive overview of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level History and Appreciation of Art (Visual Studies) syllabus.

Topics include:

Europe and the wider world

  • Introduction to The Baroque and Bernini

Ireland and its place in the wider world

  • Pre-Christian Ireland: Neolithic Passage Mounds
  • The Bronze Age and The Iron Age.

Today’s World

  • How to critique an Exhibition

 

Home Economics (H)

This course covers key aspects of the Higher Level Home Economics Leaving Certificate course.

Topics include:

  • Carbohydrates
  • Vitamin A
  • Protein
  • Approach to answering Short Questions on Section A (potentially worth 15% of overall grade)
  • Meat
  • Fish
  • Cheese
  • Menu Planning
  • Food Additives
  • Analysis of Tables/Charts Q1. Section B, part (a) potentially worth 5% of overall grade. This is always unseen material on the exam paper, so students need to practice how to structure and answer these questions.
  • Food Processing/Packaging and Labelling
  • Yeast
  • Irish Food Industry
  • Textiles (from the Core of the Syllabus ie Home Management Section of the course).
  • Consumer Studies
  • Approach to answering part (d)/(e) Q1 Section B (potentially worth 5% of overall grade).

 

Irish (H)

This course aims to maximise students’ ability to achieve the highest possible grade in the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Irish exam. Comprehensive questions and answers are covered in all sections, with specific emphasis on the oral component.

In relation to the ’literature’ sections of the exam, in-depth notes are supplied and explained throughout the course, along with the allocation of marks and common pitfalls students should avoid.

Many grammatical areas required for a H1 grade will be covered, with full and comprehensive sample answers supplied.

Topics include:

  • Béaltriail
  • Ceapadóireacht
  • Léamhthuiscint
  • Gramadach
  • Filiocht
  • Prós
  • Cluastuiscint
  • An Triail
  • Filiocht Bhreise

 

Maths (H)

This course covers the essential methods, formulae and procedures required for success in the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Maths Papers 1 & 2. Comprehensive notes are presented and fully worked solutions, with a huge number of examples, are provided.

Due to syllabus length, the Maths course is divided into Paper 1 and Paper 2. Each is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Paper 1 – Topics include:

  • Algebra: Equations and Inequalities
  • Algebra and Graphs Questions
  • Powers and Logs
  • Sequences and Series; Patterns

Paper 2 – Topics include:

  • Trig Graphs, Identities and Equations
  • Practical Trig Questions
  • Co-ordinate Geometry: The Line
  • Co-ordinate Geometry: The Circle

Bring maths tables and calculator

 

Maths (H) Fast Pace

This course is designed for students whose ambition is at least a H3 in the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Maths exam. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of the methods and on the application of these methods to practical problems. Also stressed is the ability to recognise appropriate methods when presented with new looking questions. Comprehensive notes are presented and fully worked solutions, with a huge number of examples, are provided.

Due to syllabus length, this course is divided into Paper 1 and Paper 2. Each is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Paper 1 – Topics include:

  • Algebra: Equations and Inequalities
  • Algebra and Graphs Questions
  • Powers and Logs
  • Sequences and Series; Patterns

Paper 2 – Topics include:

  • Trig Graphs, Identities and Equations
  • Practical Trig Questions
  • Co-ordinate Geometry: The Line
  • Co-ordinate Geometry: The Circle

Please bring maths tables and calculator

 

Maths (O)

This course covers the essential methods, formulae and procedures required for success in the Leaving Certificate Ordinary Level Maths exam. Due to syllabus length, Maths is divided into Paper 1 and Paper 2. Each is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Paper 1 – Topics include:

Algebra

  • Factorising & Solving Quadratic Equations
  • The Quadratic Formula
  • Solving Simultaneous Equations (both types)

Complex Numbers

  • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division
  • Conjugates
  • Plotting on an Argand Diagram
  • Modulus
  • Solving Quadratics & Verifying Roots

Functions & Graphs

  • Types of Functions (Relating to Algebra)
  • Types of Graphs
  • Questions relating to Calculus & Rates of Change

Calculus

  • Rule (How to Differentiate)
  • Max & Min Turning points of curves
  • Equations of Tangents to curves

 

Paper 2 – Topics from:

Coordinate Geometry of the Line

  • Distance, Midpoint, Slope & Equation
  • Verifying points on Lines
  • Graphing Lines
  • Intersecting Lines

Coordinate Geometry of the Circle

  • Centre, Radius & Equation
  • Points On, Inside or Outside Circles
  • Graphing circles
  • Lines & Circles

Trigonometry 1

  • Right Angled Triangle Rules
  • Arc Length & Area of a Sector

Trigonometry 2

  • Non-Right-Angled Triangle Rules
  • Area
  • Sine Rule
  • Cosine Rule

Please bring maths tables and calculator

 

Music (H)

This course gives an intensive overview of key elements of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Music exam.

Topics include:

  • Composition Paper – Melody
  • Piano Quartet No. 1 (Barry)
  • Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture (Tchaikovsky)

 

Physics (H)

This course gives an intensive overview of key elements of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Physics exam. Fully worded solutions to the past paper questions on this material since 2002 will form part of the notes provided.

Due to syllabus length, Physics is divided into two separate sections, Section A and Section B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A – Topics include:

Mechanics

  • Vectors
  • Linear motion
  • Newton’s laws
  • Conservation of momentum.

Light

  • Reflection and refraction of light

Sound and Waves 

  • The Doppler effect and longitudinal standing waves (sound generated in pipes).
  • Experiment to measure the speed of sound in air.

Heat

  • Temperature and experiments to calibrate a thermometer.
  • Specific Heat Capacity and associated experiment.

 

Section B – Topics include:

Electricity

  • The nature and distribution of charge
  • Electric fields
  • Mathematical calculations involving Coulomb’s law and electric field strength.
  • Current electricity
  • Resistance
  • Capacitance
  • The effects of electricity

Modern Physics

  • Thermionic emission
  • Photoelectric emission
  • X-Rays
  • Nuclear Fission
  • Nuclear Fusion
  • Mathematical calculations involving nuclear reactions.

Bring maths tables, past papers and calculator

 

Politics & Society (H)

This course gives an intensive overview of key elements of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Politics & Society exam. Exam preparation techniques, including study skills for Politics & Society, exam strategy and timing will also be covered during the course.

Topics include:

Power & Decision Making

  • Integrating Key Thinkers into your essay writing – Focusing on Karl Marx, John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, and Robert Nozick,
  • The Essay Marking Scheme (including paragraph/essay structure and presenting a ‘counter-narrative’).

Human Rights & Responsibilities

  • Key Global and National Institutions, Case Studies, and possible essay Questions.
  • Children’s Rights and the Case Studies.

Addressing the Data-Based Question

  • Key Terminology in DBQs, including structures for the 10 & 20-mark answers.
  • Key Concepts including Sampling, Bias, Authorship, Comparative Approaches, and the DES-highlighted key terms: “analyse / compare / critique / discuss / evaluate / justify / comment”.
  • Sample answers from previous SEC exams with student responses and outlines for improving overall grades in this area. Special attention will be paid to approaching the 50 Mark Question – Q (g).

The Irish Electoral System

  • This session looks at the Irish electoral system in the context of other global systems aimed at addressing the Politic & Society Specification’s requirement that students can assess “whether the Irish system of government is effective in representing the will of all the Irish people

Irish Political Structures

  • This session focuses on addressing the much-anticipated exam question examining “the effectiveness of the Irish system of elections in representing the will of all the Irish people”. This includes “Selecting an Executive”, “Political and Voting Structures”, and International Comparisons.

 

Religious Education (H)

This course is designed to prepare students for the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Religious Education exam. Due to syllabus length, Religious Education is divided into two separate sections, Section A and Section B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A- Topics include:

  • Exam Techniques
  • Search for Meaning and Vaues
  • Religion and Gender

Section B- Topics include:

  • This is a practical class, where students will research and write their coursework’s over the 4 classes.

Students can choose to attend classes either live online or onsite at our Lesson Street campus in Dublin City Centre. Please see the timetable here for details.

 

Leeson Street Classes Timetable

TimeSubject
9:00am - 10:15amApplied Mathematics (Higher)
9:00am - 10:15amArt History
9:00am - 10:15amBiology (Higher) Section A
9:00am - 10:15amBusiness (Higher) Section A
9:00am - 10:15amEnglish (Higher)
9:00am - 10:15amGeography (Higher) Course A
9:00am - 10:15amGerman (Higher)
9:00am - 10:15amHistory (Higher) Section A
9:00am - 10:15amHome Economics (Higher)
9:00am - 10:15amIrish (Higher)
9:00am - 10:15amMaths (Higher) Paper I
9:00am - 10:15amMaths (Higher) Paper I - Fast Pace
9:00am - 10:15amMaths (Ordinary) Paper I
9:00am - 10:15amPolitics and Society (Higher)
9:00am - 10:15amSpanish (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amApplied Mathematics (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amBiology (Higher) Section B
10:30am - 11:45amBusiness (Higher) Section B
10:30am - 11:45amEnglish (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amFrench (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amGeography (Higher) Course B
10:30am - 11:45amHistory (Higher) Section B
10:30am - 11:45amIrish (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amMaths (Higher) Paper II
10:30am - 11:45amMaths (Higher) Paper II - Fast Pace
10:30am - 11:45amMaths (Ordinary) Paper II
10:30am - 11:45amPhysics (Higher) Section A
10:30am - 11:45amSpanish (Higher)
12:00pm - 1:15pmAccounting (Higher)
12:00pm - 1:15pmBiology (Higher) Section A
12:00pm - 1:15pmEconomics (Higher) Section A
12:00pm - 1:15pmEnglish (Higher)
12:00pm - 1:15pmFrench (Higher)
12:00pm - 1:15pmGeography (Higher) Course C
12:00pm - 1:15pmGerman (Higher)
12:00pm - 1:15pmMaths (Higher) Paper I
12:00pm - 1:15pmMaths (Ordinary) Paper I
12:00pm - 1:15pmMusic (Higher)
12:00pm - 1:15pmPhysics (Higher) Section B
12:00pm - 1:15pmSpanish (Higher)
2:00pm - 3:15pmAccounting (Higher)
2:00pm - 3:15pmBiology (Higher) Section B
2:00pm - 3:15pmChemistry (Higher) Section A
2:00pm - 3:15pmEconomics (Higher) Section B
2:00pm - 3:15pmEnglish (Higher)
2:00pm - 3:15pmMaths (Higher) Paper II
2:00pm - 3:15pmPhysics (Higher) Section A
2:00pm - 3:15pmReligion (Higher) Section A
2:00pm - 3:15pmSpanish (Higher)
3:30pm - 4:45pmChemistry (Higher) Section B
3:30pm - 4:45pmEnglish (Higher)
3:30pm - 4:45pmPhysics (Higher) Section B
3:30pm - 4:45pmReligion (Higher) Section B

 

Online Classes Timetable

TimeSubject
9:00am - 10:15amAccounting (Higher)
9:00am - 10:15amBiology (Higher) Section A
9:00am - 10:15amBusiness (Higher) Section A
9:00am - 10:15amEnglish (Higher)
9:00am - 10:15amGeography (Higher) Course A
9:00am - 10:15amIrish (Higher)
9.00am - 10.15amMaths (Higher) Paper I
9.00am - 10.15amPhysics (Higher) Section A
10.30am - 11.45amAccounting (Higher)
10.30am - 11.45amAgricultural Science (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amArt History (History of Art)
10:30am - 11:45amBiology (Higher) Section B
10:30am - 11:45amBusiness (Higher) Section B
10:30am - 11:45amChemistry (Higher) Section A
10:30am - 11:45amEnglish (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amFrench (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amGeography (Higher) Course B
10:30am - 11:45amGerman (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amHome Economics (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amIrish (Higher)
10:30am - 11:45amMaths (Higher) Paper II
10:30am - 11:45amPhysics (Higher) Section B
10:30am - 11:45amPolitics and Society
12:00pm - 1:15pmApplied Mathematics (Higher)
12:00pm - 1:15pmChemistry (Higher) Section B
12:00pm - 1:15pmEconomics (Higher) Section A
12:00pm - 1:15pmGeography (Higher) Course C
12:00pm - 1:15pmHistory (Higher) Section A
12:00pm - 1:15pmIrish (Higher)
12.00pm - 1.15pmMaths (Higher) Paper I
12.00pm - 1.15pmReligion (Higher) Section A
2:00pm - 3:15pmEconomics (Higher) Section B
2:00pm - 3:15pmFrench (Higher)
2:00pm - 3:15pmHistory (Higher) Section B
2:00pm - 3:15pmIrish (Higher)
2.00pm - 3.15pmMaths (Higher) Paper II
3:30pm - 4:45pmBiology (Higher) Section A
3:30pm - 4:45pmEconomics (Higher) Section B
3:30pm - 4:45pmIrish (Higher)
3:30pm - 4:45pmSpanish (Higher)

*Special Offer*

2 classes for the price of 1!

SubjectFeeCost Per Additional Subject
1 Subject€325
2 Subjects€325FREE
3 Subjects€455€130
4 Subjects€585€130
5 Subjects€715€130
6 Subjects€815€100

Please note:

  • Credit Card payments accepted.
  • 10% reduction for the second and subsequent members of the same family, attending the same courses. Please contact our office to avail of this discount.
  • Fees are non-transferable.

On-Site Lesson Street Classes – FAQ

Q: What subjects are available in Leeson Street?

A: Please click here to view the timetable of subjects on offer at Leeson Street.

 

Q: If I enrol in a class in Leeson Street, can I also avail of classes online?

A: Yes, you can enrol in a combination of online and onsite classes.

 

Q: Are my onsite classes recorded?

A:  Yes, all classes, whether online or onsite, are recorded and available to students to watch back online for revision. All students will be sent login details for our student platform; Moodle, where they can watch back any of their classes.

 

Q: Are the class notes available online?

A: No, a hard copy will be provided to each student from the teacher for the subjects they enrol in.

 

Q: How much is the fee per subject?

A: This depends on the number of subjects taken. Please refer to the fees tab to see a list of fees.

 

Q: Are the classes conducted ‘lecture style’ or are students free to ask questions?

A: Our classes are run in more lecture style than most students might be used to in school. However, they are also interactive, and our teachers use a variety of methods to ensure that students can ask questions and contribute to the class.

 

Q: Is there a space to attend an dedicated online class, while in Leeson Street?

A: Yes, we will have a dedicated space where students can use their laptop / tablet to join an dedicated online class.  Remember to bring your headphones.

Online Christmas Revision Course – FAQ

Q: What subjects are available Online?

A: Please refer to the ‘timetable’ tab to view the schedule of subjects on offer online.

 

Q: How do I access my online grinds classes?

A: Students enrolled on the course will receive an email from us containing their unique login details and links to access their chosen subjects. Login credentials will be sent in advance of course start date. Only those details sent to you will enable you to successfully access classes online.

 

Q: How are the online grinds hosted?

A: All online classes are hosted live on Microsoft Teams. The links to the classes are accessed via Moodle. Students must sign into both Moodle and MS Teams with the @instituteofeducation.ie login credentials sent to the student.

 

Q: Are the online grinds pre-recorded?

A: No, each online grinds class is streamed live as per the timetable. Recordings of classes will be available after each live class is completed. These can then be replayed as a revision aid.

 

Q: Will I have access to recordings of the classes?

A: Yes, recordings of classes will be available after each live class is completed. These can then be replayed as a revision aid. These will be available up until the end of the 2023 academic year

 

Q: What equipment do I need to access online grinds?

A: We would advise that all students enrolling in our online grinds have the following:

  • Access to a reliable wifi service.
  • Access to a PC, Laptop, Tablet, or similar device.
  • We would not recommend using a mobile phone.
  • Headphones/earphones.

 

Q: If I'm attending the online classes will I have access to the notes?

A: Yes, students enrolled in online classes will receive a delivery of notes for each chosen subject. Please allow five working days for delivery from the time of booking.

 

Q: Are the class notes available online?

A: No, a hard copy will be posted out to each student for the subjects they enrol in.

 

Q: What style are the classes conducted in? Can students ask questions?

A: Our classes run in a more lecture style than most students might be used to in school, but they are also interactive, and teachers will use a variety of methods to ensure that students can learn and understand and feel comfortable asking questions and contributing to the class.

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