Easter Revision Course
3rd Year Students

Week 1: Monday 3 – Thursday 6 April 2023

Week 2: Tuesday 11 – Friday 14 April 2023

Early Booking BUY ONE GET ONE FREE OFFER

Enroll before Wednesday 8th March 2023

Our 2023 3rd Year Easter Revision Course is now available for students preparing to sit the Junior Cycle Exam this June.

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.

This 3rd Year Easter Revision Course has been specifically designed to help students maximise their potential in the upcoming Junior Cycle exams. Furthermore the course will provide students with a solid foundation for future study at Senior Cycle level. Students attending these classes receive the following benefits:

  • Exceptional tuition from some of Ireland’s most experienced teachers. Exam strategies, examiner insights are key areas of focus of every class.
  • Access to the recordings of live classes delivered by our outstanding teachers to replay, rewind and re-watch as often as they wish up to the end of the 2023 Junior Cycle Exams.
  • The Institute’s legendary class notes to support tuition.

When surveyed 96% of the 2,000 students who attended our Christmas Course said that they would recommend our courses to a friend.
Preparing for the Junior Cycle exams? – We’ve Got You Covered.

The following testimonials are from students who attended our Revision Courses:

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

 

Business Studies (C)

Topics from:

  • Analysed Cash Book & Books of First Entry
  • Employment: Rights and Responsibilities of Employers and Employees
  • Writing a Business Plan
  • Government Revenue & Expenditure
  • Current Economic Indicators
  • Sustainable Development
  • Supply and Demand – The Market
  • Past Exam Papers Overview – Key aspects of the 2019 and the 2022 Exam Papers

 

English (H)

This course provides a detailed analysis of the prescribed material for Junior Cycle higher level English.

Topics from:

  • Why am I here?
  • What is Junior Cycle English?
  • Material to cover
  • Junior Cycle grades
  • How to present your answer
  • Assessments
  • General indicators of quality
  • Level of answering
  • Main areas of concern
  • Grammar: Capital letters and full stops
  • Answering unseen material
  • Language of Drama
  • Language of Film
  • Short film
  • Assessment task
  • Grammar: The apostrophe
  • Studied questions
  • How to approach a poem
  • Literary devices
  • Poem: To a daughter leaving home.
  • The final exam
  • Reflection
  • Overall a focus on key areas to improve your comprehension skills and the presentation of answers. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions, inputs and extra work.

 

French (C)

This course is structured to ensure students achieve the best results possible in their Junior Cycle French exam.

 Topics from:

  • Listening and Reading Comprehensions: Techniques and Strategies, including the core vocabulary necessary for success.
  • Written Production: Question 15 – A short written piece, such as filling in a form. Detailed vocabulary and sample answers designed to help you come to terms with the demands of this section of the examination.
  • Grammar: 3 core tenses (Present, Future and Past), Adjectives and Agreement, Prepositions.

 

Geography (C)

This course is structured to ensure students achieve the best results possible in their Junior Cycle French exam.

Topics include:

Strand 1: The Physical World

  • Plate Tectonics/Volcanoes/Earthquakes/Fold Mountains
  • Rocks
  • River Landscapes
  • Coastal Landscapes
  • Global Climate/Ireland’s Climate

Strand 2 : Interaction with the Physical World

  • Impact of Earthquakes and Volcanoes
  • Energy Resources
  • Primary Activities
  • Secondary Activities
  • Climate Change

Strand 3 – Exploring People, Place and Change

  • Population Change
  • Migration
  • Urban Settlement
  • Economic Development

 

History (C)

This course is structured to ensure students achieve the best results possible in their Junior Cycle History exam.

Topics:

Exam Skills / Strand One, The Nature of History
Key Strand One ideas for examination:
  • The job of an archaeologist
  • Key historical terms and recognising them in evidence (bias, prejudice, censorship, propaganda etc.)
  • Being aware of the bigger picture of history
  • The significance of commemoration
Strand Two, the History of Ireland
  • The GAA and its impact on Irish Life
  • The Emergency
  • The Troubles
  • Change in women’s lives in 20th century Ireland
Strand Three, The History of Europe and the Wider World
• Life in Stalin’s Russia and Hitler’s Germany
• The Causes, Course and impact of World War 2
• The Cold War

 

Irish (H)

This course will engage with all areas of the Junior Cycle Irish syllabus to equip students with skills needed for the comprehension, composition, and literature sections of the paper. Emphasis will also be placed on exam technique, important grammar topics, and the short story. Throughout this course, students will gain important insights into how they can gain marks and prepare effectively for all question types and acquire vocabulary that they can use to stand out in the exam.
Topics:
  • Course structure and exam layout
  • The future tense
  • Irregular verbs
  • Reading comprehension
  • Letter writing
  • The short story

 

Maths (H)

This class provides an opportunity for students to consolidate prior learning and maximise their potential for exam success in the Junior Cycle exams. Due to syllabus length, Maths is divided into Section 1 and 2. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section 1 – Topics:

  • Day 1 – Algebra – Solving Quadratic Equations
    • Algebraic Fractions
    • Exam Question Practice
  • Day 2 – Functions – Solving Functions Problems Algebraically
    • Graphs of Functions
    • Exam Question Practice
  • Day 3 – Applied Arithmetic
  • Day 4 – Patterns
  • Sample Exam Paper and Solutions

Section 2 – Topics from:

  • Day 1 – Probability
  • Day 2 and 3 – Geometry Theorems and Applications
  • Day 4 – Area and Volume
  • Sample Exam Paper and Solutions

 

Science (C)

This course is structured to ensure students achieve the best results possible in their Junior Cycle Science exam. Due to syllabus length, Science is divided into Section A and B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A:

  • Reproduction (sexual and asexual)
  • Genetics and Evolution
  • Circulatory System
  • Breathing System
  • Respiration
  • Exam Preparation

Section B:

  • Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
  • Metals and reactivity
  • Solubility
  • Electricity
  • Ecology

 

Spanish (C)

This course is structured to ensure students achieve the best results possible in their Junior Cycle Spanish exam.

Topics Include:

  • Grammar
    • Present tense, Future tenses and Simple past tense, along with a list of common verbs.
    • Adjective agreement.
  • Writing
    • My routine, My school and My subjects.
    • Idioms to use in writing.
  • Vocabulary
    • Numbers and food
  • Reading and Listening
    • A combination of the writing/vocabulary above

SubjectsPriceIncremental Cost
1 subject€235-
2 subjects€235-
3 subjects€355€120
4 subjects€445€90
5 subjects€535€90
6 subjects€625€90
7 subjects€715€90

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.

During this time of uncertainty, we want to provide students with the assurance that they will not be financially penalised should circumstances change or they decide in advance of the course that they no longer wish to attend.

Any requests for refunds must be made within 24 hours of the enrollment being completed.

It will not be possible to provide refunds where online access credentials have been used by the student to access the course.

Our 3rd Year Easter Revision Course will run both Online and Onsite at our Leeson Street campus, Dublin 2. For the full timetable of classes expand the sections below.

Leeson Street - Week 1


WeekTimeSubject
Week 19:00am - 10:00amBusiness Studies (C)
English (H)
Geography (C)
Maths (H) - Section A
Science (C) - Section A
Week 110:15am - 11:15amEnglish (H)
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Section B
Science (C) - Section B
Week 111:30am - 12:30pmEnglish (H)
French (C)
History (C)
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Section A
Week 11:15pm - 2:15pmFrench (C)
Maths (H) - Section B
Science (C) - Section B
Spanish (C)


Online - Week 1

WeekTimeSubject
Week 19:00am - 10:00amMaths (H) - Section A
Week 110:15am - 11:15amBusiness Studies (C)
French (H)
Geography (H)
Maths (H) Section B
Week 111:30am - 12:30pmHistory (C)
Science (C) - Section A
Spanish (C)
Week 11:15pm - 2:15pmEnglish (H)
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Section B
Week 12:30pm - 3:30pmScience (C) - Section B


Leeson Street - Week 2

WeekTimeSubject
Week 29:00am - 10:00amEnglish (H)
Maths (H) - Section A
Science (C) - Section A
Week 210:15am - 11:15amHistory (C)
Maths (H) - Section B
Science (C) - Section B
Week 211:30am - 12:30pmFrench (C)
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Section A
Week 21:15pm - 2:15pmMaths (H) - Section B


Online - Week 2

WeekTimeSubject
Week 29:00am - 10:00amMaths (H) - Section A
Week 210:15am - 11:15amFrench (C)
Week 211:30am - 12:30pmEnglish (H)
Maths (H) - Section A
Science (C) - Section A
Week 21:15pm - 2:15pmIrish (H)
Science (C) - Section B

Please click on each question below for an answer: 

Q: How long is the course?

A:      As this is an online exam preparation course, you can progress through the classes at your own pace and at times that suit you best.

 

Q: Is it possible to receive copies of the Institute’s class notes?

A:       Yes. Our classes are supported by the Institute’s exam-focused class notes. These will be delivered to students homes FREE of charge for those enrolled in online classes. Please allow five working days for delivery.

 

Q: How will I access the online classes?

A:       We will email you a link to the live classes for which you are enrolled, along with a unique password. Please allow one working day from time of booking.

 

Q: Who do I contact if I have difficulty accessing my online classes:

A:       If you experience difficulties accessing your classes please contact our Helpdesk here.

 

Q: Is it possible to get a refund if I decide I no longer wish to attend the course?:

A:      Any requests for refunds must be made within 24 hours of the enrollment being completed.

It will not be possible to provide refunds where online access credentials have been used by the student to access the course.

 

Q: My son/daughter cannot attended the course. Can we buy the notes?

A:      No. Teaching is a central part of all our courses. The notes are to facilitate recall and revision of the day’s work covered by the teacher.

To enrol in this course click the button below and select your relevant subjects.

Below is some of the feedback we received from students who attended our recent Intensive Christmas Revision Course.
Below is some of the feedback we received from students who attended our recent Intensive Christmas Revision Course.

School Newsletter

Join our mailing list to get the latest news and courses on offer.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

School Newsletter

Join our mailing list to get the latest news and courses on offer.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.