Easter Revision Course
6th Year Students

Week 1: Monday 3 – Thursday 6 April 2023
Week 2: Tuesday 11 – Friday 14 April 2023

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Enroll before Wednesday 8th March 2023

Our 2023 6th Year Easter Revision Course is now available for students preparing to sit the Leaving Cert Exam this June. 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.

The 6th Year Easter Revision Course has been specifically designed with the student and their exam preparation in mind. At this time of the year, it’s all about ensuring students have the best possible preparation for the exams in June. Students enrolled in this course 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 Leaving Certificate Exams.
  • The Institute’s exam focused 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.

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

 

Accounting (H)

In this course, students cover key elements of the Senior Cycle higher level Accounting syllabus, in preparation for the State exams.

Topics:

  •  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.
  • Cash Budgeting – This topic appears in Section 3 of the examination paper and gives students an in-depth knowledge of the methods used to monitor cash inflows and outflows and to ensure cash is being maintained by the business. This topic is worth 20% of the examination paper.
  • Incomplete Records – This topic appears in Section 1 or 2 of the examination paper and allows students the skills to prepare Final Accounts when they have been given insufficient information to do so.
  • Depreciation Accounts – This topic normally appears in Section 1 of the examination but appears as an adjustment in all of the major questions.
  • Club Accounts – These are the accounts of non-trading organisations and the topic appears in Section 1 or 2 of the examination paper. A thorough understanding of Club accounts will allow the student to have an in-depth knowledge of all the rules required for LC Honours Accounting.

 

Agricultural Science (H)

In this course, students cover a range of key elements, with each day drawing from a different strand of the Senior Cycle higher level Agricultural Science syllabus, in preparation for the State exams.

Topics from:

Strand 1 – Health and Safety, and the Scientific Method
Strand 2 – Soil Science. Physical, Chemical, and Biological properties of soil
Strand 3 – Specific Crops. Emphasis on Potatoes and Kale
Strand 4 – Animals Health and Welfare, and Reproduction.

 

Applied Maths (H)

This course focuses on the new additions to the Applied Maths syllabus, covering the following topics:
  • Algorithms on Graphs
  • Project Scheduling
  • Dynamic Programming
  • Integration by Parts and Substitution
  • Difference Equations
Students will be given notes showing clear but concise instructions on how to set up and solve typical problems in each of these topics, along with fully worked examples. Special focus will also be given to sample papers relevant to the new syllabus and advice on what will be expected of students in the new Applied Maths exam.

 

Biology (H)

This class provides an opportunity for students to consolidate prior learning and maximise their potential for exam success in higher level Biology. Due to syllabus length, Biology is divided into Section A and B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A: Topics from:

  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Amoeba
  • Viruses
  • Plant Structure
  • Plant Transport
  • Plant Reproduction
  • Plant Responses
  • Scientific Method
  • Food
  • Ecology
  • Heart
  • Human Digestion
  • Excretion

Section B: Topics from:

  • Cell Structure
  • Cell Diversity
  • Cell Division
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Variation and Evolution
  • DNA and RNA
  • Genetic Crosses
  • Enzymes
  • Photosynthesis
  • Respiration
  • Nervous System
  • Human Reproduction
  • Endocrine System

 

Business (H)

This class provides an opportunity for students to consolidate prior learning and maximise their potential for exam success in higher level Business. Due to syllabus length, Business is divided into Section A and B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A: Topics from:

  • Consumer Law
  • Enterprise
  • Management Activities
  • Human Resource Management
  • Change Management
  • Insurance
  • Source of Finance (Cash Flow Analysis)
  • Short Question Preparation

 

Section B: Topics from:

  • Promotion and Place
  • Expansion
  • Getting Started
  • Business Organisations
  • Community Development
  • Global Business
  • European Union
  • Applied Business Preparation Units 6 and Unit 7

 

Chemistry (H)

The course is delivered by an experienced teacher of Leaving Cert higher level Chemistry who places strong emphasis on exam technique/keywords and the marking scheme. Due to syllabus length, Chemistry is divided into Section A and B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A: Topics from:

  • Stoichiometry (empirical formulas and molecular formulas)
  • Gas laws
  • pH
  • Water

Section B: Topics from:

  • Fuels and heats of reaction
  • Rates of reaction
  • Organic chemistry (experiments)
  • Question 4

 

Economics (H)

This course gives a comprehensive overview of key elements of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Economics syllabus. Due to syllabus length, Economics is divided into Section A and B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A:
Micro Economics

  • Perfect Competition
  • Monopoly
  • Price Discrimination
  • Imperfect Competition
  • Oligopoly
  • Factors of Production
  • Land
  • Enterprise
  • Labour
  • Capital

Section B:

  • Government
  • Fiscal Policy and the Budget
  • Taxation
  • International Trade
  • Balance of Payment
  • Globalization and Exchange Rates
  • Economic Development
  • Population

 

English (H)

This course provides a detailed analysis of the prescribed material for Leaving Certificate higher level English, with emphasis on the marking scheme.

Paper 1 
Notes and sample answers provided on how to successfully approach:
  1. Speech Writing
  2. Analysis of 2022 QB tasks
  3. Key elements of Persuasive and Argumentative language
Paper 2
Notes and sample answers provided on how to successfully approach:
  1. Analysis of Lady Macbeth’s role in the play
  2. Analysis of the role of Banquo and Macduff in Macbeth
  3. Sample answers to past Macbeth Questions
  4. Analysis of a selection of poems by:
    • Patrick Kavanagh
    • Elizabeth Bishop
  5. Guidelines on successful Comparative essay writing
  6. Analysis of the General Vision & Viewpoint Mode of Comparisonng.
Notes will be provided on a selection of Comparative texts prescribed for study in 2023,  the Unseen Poetry task, and the prescribed Poets.

 

French (H)

This course provides a detailed analysis of the prescribed material for Leaving Certificate higher level French, with emphasis on the marking scheme.

Topics:

  • Comprehension Treatment of Core Grammar
    • L’Imparfait
    • Le Conditionnel
    • Le Subjonctif
    • Plus que Parfait Parfait
  • Written and Listening comprehension
  • 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
    • Reaction Pieces

 

Geography (H)

This course gives a comprehensive overview of key elements of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Geography syllabus. Due to syllabus length, Geography is divided into Section A, B, and C. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A

Topics from the following:

  • Plate Tectonics –
    • Plate boundary types: constructive, destructive, and passive boundaries.
    • Earthquakes and Volcanoes
    • Folding and Faulting
  • Rocks
    • Physical and Chemical Weathering
    • Karst landscape
    • Ireland’s geological past
  • Landform Development
    • Human interaction with surface processes (rivers and coasts).
    • Isostasy
    • Overview of glaciation and mass movement.
  • 8 And 20 Mark Questions
    • OS map and aerial photo skills
    • Sketch maps
    • Weather maps.
  • Exam analysis and mark scheme interpretation throughout topics.

Section B

Topics from the following:

  • Concept of a Region
    • Physical Regions
    • Cultural Regions
    • Cultural Regions
    • 8 mark questions
  • Secondary Economic Activities
    • Irish Regions
    • European Regions
  • Continental/Sub-Continental Region Activities
    • Primary
    • Secondary
    • Tertiary
  • Complexity of Regions
    • Boundaries and extent of regions changes over time
  • 20 Mark Questions
    • Sketch maps of regions
    • Data interpretation

Exam analysis and mark scheme interpretation throughout topics.

Section C

Topics from the following:

  • Population Characteristics
    • How population characteristics impacts on development
    • Causes and effects of overpopulation
  • Migration
    • Changing migration patterns in Ireland
    • Migration policy
    • Ethnic and Religious issues
  • Patterns of Rural and Urban Settlement
    • Functions of settlement
    • Central Place Theory
    • Urban land use models
    • Changing Land use patterns
  • Urban Problems –
    • Expansion and problems in the Developing World Cities
    • Future Urbanism
  • 20 Mark Questions
    • Sketch OS maps and aerial photos
    • Data interpretation
    • Producing Graphs
  • Exam analysis and mark scheme interpretation throughout topics.

 

German (H)

The 6th year German Easter Course will concentrate on building up and developing the student’s skills in written and reading and aural proficiency to enable them to maximise their potential in the written exam.

The course will cover:

  • Journalistic and Literary Reading comprehension practice with in-depth concentration on answering skills and marking outline.
  • Productive writing techniques and topics will be covered while concentrating on ways to improve written proficiency.
  • Essential Grammar areas covered including Angewandte Grammatik section
    • Tenses /Cases /Word Order / Relative Pronoun Level 2
    • Adjectival endings / Passive /Subjunctive /Pronouns
  • Aural comprehension practice with emphasis on essential skills required to maximise grade.
  • Sample solutions from past papers will be provided.

 

History (H)

This course gives a comprehensive overview of key elements of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level History syllabus. Due to syllabus length, History is divided into Section A and B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A – Irish History

Module 1: Sovereignty and Partition, 1912-1949.

Topics covered to include:

  • Socio-economic developments in the Irish Free State, 1923-1939.
  • Law and Order in the Irish Free State, 1923-1939.
  • Anglo-Irish Relations 1922-1949
  • 1932 Eucharistic Congress.
  • The contribution of Countess Markievicz to Irish affairs.
  • Developing a Gaelic and Catholic identity, 1923-1939.
  • The Bombing of Belfast.
  • The contribution of W.T. Cosgrave to Irish affairs.

Also included will be a pack of sample essay-type answers.

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

This module relates to the compulsory documents section of the exam paper.

Topic covered in Easter:

  • The Sunningdale Agreement.
  • The Coleraine University controversy.

Section B – European History.

Module 1: Dictatorship and Democracy, 1920-1945.

Topics to include:

  • Church-State relations in Fascist Italy and Germany.
  • France between the Wars.
  • The Jarrow March.
  • Transformation and Terror in Stalin’s Russia.
  • Propaganda in Stalin’s Russia.
  • Characteristics of fascist regimes.
  • Hitler’s foreign policy
  • Developments in Anglo-American cinema.

Also included will be a pack of sample essay-type answers.

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

Topics to include:

  • Black militancy and the demise of the civil rights movement.
  • President Johnson and the Vietnam War.
  • The collapse of the Age of Consensus.
  • The Apollo 11 Moon landing.
  • Détente and US foreign policy, 1968-1989.
  • Advances in military and computer technology.

Also included will be a pack of sample essay-type answers.

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.

 

History and Appreciation of Art (H)

In this course, students cover key elements of the Senior Cycle higher level Art History syllabus, in preparation for the State exams.

  • Europe and the Wider World:
  • Class One: The Carracci and Caravaggio
  • Class 2: The Dutch School: Rembrandt
  • Class 3: Velasquez and Rubens
  • Class 4: Art and The Environment and Art as Social Commentary

 

Home Economics (H)

This intensive course is designed to introduce students to the requirements of the Leaving Certificate higher level Home Economics paper, with particular emphasis paid to exam technique and the marking scheme.

Topics from:

Day 1

  • Composition of Food /Energy
  • Lipids
  • B Vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Approach to answering Short questions on Section A (worth 15% of overall Leaving Cert grade) Sample answers covered will differ from the Christmas Revision Course)

Day 2

  • Yoghurt
  • Fruit
  • Meat
  • Fish
  • Specific Dietary Requirements (including Heart Disease,Obesity,Type 2 Diabetes)
  • Fats/Oils

Day 3

  • Food Laws/Food Safety Agencies
  • Domestic Preservation
  • Commercial Preservation
  • Analysis of Tables/ Charts Q1.Section B part (a) (potentially worth 5% of overall grade) Sample answers covered will differ from the Christmas Revision Course.

Day 4

  • Sensory Analysis
  • Microwave Oven
  • The Refrigerator
  • Notes on Resource Management

Approach to answering (d) or (e) Q1B Section A(0bligatory 20mks-Worth 5% of overall grade.Sample Answers used will differ from Christmas Revision Course

 

Irish (H)

This course aims to maximise the student’s 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 now being placed on the Literary aspects of the course. In relation to these ‘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 try avoid. Many of the grammatical areas required for a H1 grade will also be covered, with full and comprehensive sample answers supplied.

Topics from:

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

 

Maths (H) - Fast Paced

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

Paper 1 – Topics from:

  • Day 1 Differentiation
  • Day 2 Integration
  • Day 3 Complex Numbers
  • Day 4 Financial Maths
The ‘Normal Pace’ and ‘Fast Pace’ classes will cover the same topics. As well as
a somewhat different selection of questions, the Fast Pace classes may consider some slightly more advanced issues.
Paper 2 – Topics from:
  • Trig, Areas and Volumes
  • Probability
  • Statistics
  • Inferential Statistics

 

Maths (H)

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

Paper 1 – Topics from:

  • Differentiation
  • Integration
  • Complex Numbers
  • Financial Maths

Paper 2 – Topics from:

  • Trigonometry, Areas and Volumes
  • Probability
  • Statistics
  • Inferential Statistics

 

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 2. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Paper 1- Topics from:

  • Algebra
    • Manipulation of Formulae
    • Inequalities
    • Fractions
  •  Calculus
    • Max & Min Turning points of curves
    • Rates of Change Questions
  • Number Patterns
    • Sequences & Series
  • Financial Maths
    • Income Tax
    • Interest Rates
    • VAT, Exchange Rates, % Profit/Loss

Paper 2- Topics from:

  • Probability
    • Terminology
    • Laws
    • Bernoulli Trials
    • Expected Value
  • Statistics
    • Measure of Central Tendency
    • Measure of Variability
  • Inferential Statistics
    • Margin of Error
    • Hypothesis Testing
    • 95% Confidence Interval
  • Length, Area & Volumes
    • Trapezoidal Rule
    • Perimeter
    • Area
    • Volume & Displacement
    • Nets

 

Music (H)

This class provides an opportunity for students to consolidate prior learning and maximise their potential for exam success in Music.

Topics from:

  1. Listening Paper
    • Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen)
    • Aural Skills
    • Cantata No. 78 (Bach)
  2. The Composition Paper
    • Harmony

 

Politics and Society (H)

This course will focus primarily upon the ‘Development’ topic of the Course. It will cover the following general material:

Key Thinkers:
• Andre Gunder Frank – Dependency Theory & Marxist Criticism
• Vandana Shiva – Eco-Feminism & Maldevelopment
• Fr Sean McDonagh – Eco-Theology & Laudato Si

Key Institution:
• The Bretton Woods System – IMF & World Bank (Strengths & Weaknesses – S.A.P.s)
• Sustainable Development: SDGs (Ireland and the World) – Using the SDGs as data for essays
• Green New Deal and Climate Agreements (IPCC)

Specific Essay Materials examined:
• Corruption and Under-Development
• Technology and the Laws of the Free Market will solve our Climate Crisis
• Charity and Development
• Industrialization and Terms of Trade (Free Trade & Fair Trade)
• Development in harmony with nature requires a move away from big industries and urbanisation and towards small scale, self-reliant communities using renewable resources.

Sample Data-Based Questions/Case Studies:
• Ireland and the SDGs
• Climate Case Ireland – The Irish Supreme Court

 

Physics (H)

This course provides a detailed analysis of the prescribed material for Leaving Certificate higher level Physics, with emphasis on past papers and the marking scheme. Due to syllabus length, Physics is divided into Section A and B. Each section is treated as a separate subject when calculating fees.

Section A- Topics from:

Day 1. Mechanics 2. Notes will be provided on circular motion and planetary motion. Mathematical questions covered will be similar in style to questions seen on the exam paper.

Day 2. Light 2. Notes will be provided on lenses and diffraction of light.

Day 3. Sound and Waves 2. Notes will be provided on stretched strings including the associated experiments and sound intensity

Day 4. Heat 2. Notes will be provided on specific latent heat of fusion and specific latent heat of vaporisation and everyday applications of latent heat.

Note: Fully worded solutions to the past paper questions on this material since 2002 will form part of the notes

Section B- Topics from:

Day 1. Electricity 3 Notes will be provided on the mandatory experiments associated with electricity.

Day 2. Electromagnetic Induction Notes will be provided on electromagnetic induction with several mathematical examples.

Day 3. Modern Physics 3 Notes will be provided on radioactivity with several mathematical calculations included.

Day 4. Particle Physics Notes will be provided on the Cockcroft and Walton experiment, mass changing to energy, energy changing to mass and the families of particles.

Note: Fully worded solutions to the past paper questions on this material since 2002 will form part of the notes

 

Religion (H)

This course aims to maximise the student’s ability to achieve the highest possible grade in the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Religion exam.

Topics include:

  • Exam Techniques
  • Christianity
  • World Religions
  • Moral Decision Making

 

Spanish (H)

This course gives a comprehensive overview of key elements of the Leaving Certificate higher level Spanish syllabus. Please note, if you attended Spanish at Christmas there will be some similarities to the content covered at Easter.

 

Key grammar points

  • Verbs: present, future, conditional, 3 past tenses, subjunctive, imperative and gerund.
  • Pronouns.
  • 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 dialogue construction, 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.

Listening comprehension

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

SubjectsPriceIncremental Cost
1 subject€335-
2 subjects€335-
3 subjects€495€160
4 subjects€595€100
5 subjects€695€100
6 subjects€795€100
7 Subjects€895€100
8 Subjects€995€100
9 Subjects€1,095€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.
  • 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 6th 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


WeekTimeSubject
Week 29:00am - 10:15amAccounting (H)
Applied Mathematics (H)
Biology (H) - Section A
Business (H) - Section A
English (H)
Geography (H) - Course A
German (H)
History (H) - Section A
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Paper I - Fast Pace
Maths (H) - Paper I
Maths (O) - Paper I
Week 210:30am - 11:45amBiology (H) - Section B
Business (H) - Section B
Chemistry (H) - Section A
English (H)
French (H)
Geography (H) - Course B
History (H) - Section B
Art History (H)
Home Economics (H)
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Paper II - Fast Pace
Maths (H) - Paper II
Maths (O) - Paper II
Music (H)
Physics (H) - Section A
Spanish (A)
Physics (H) - Section A
Week 212:00pm - 1:45pmHome Economics (H)
Chemistry (H) - Section B
English (H)
French (H)
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Paper I
Politics & Society (H)
Physics (H) - Section B
Week 22:00pm - 3:15pmEnglish (H)
Maths (H) - Paper II
Physics (H) - Section A
Religion (H)
Week 23:30pm - 4:45pmPhysics (H) - Section B


Online - Week 1

WeekTimeSubject
Week 19:00am - 10.15amEnglish (H)
Week 110:30am - 11:45amMaths (H) Paper I
Week 112:00pm - 1:15pmMaths (H) Paper II
Week 12:00pm - 3:15pmBiology (H) Section A
Chemistry (H) Section A
Week 13:30pm - 4:45pmBiology (H) Section B
Chemistry (H) Section B

 

Online - Week 2

WeekTimeSubject
Week 29:00am - 10:15amGeography (H) - Course A
Maths (H) - Paper I
Physics (H) - Section A
Week 210:30am - 11:45amAgricultural Science (H)
Applied Mathematics (H)
Geography (H) - Course B
German (H)
Maths (H) - Paper II
Politics & Society (H)
Physics (H) - Section B
Week 212:00pm - 1:45pmAccounting (H)
Biology (H) - Section A
Business (H) - Section A
Economics (H) - Section A
Geography (H) - Course C
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Paper I
Music (H)
Spanish (H)
Week 22pm - 3:15pmAccounting (H)
Biology (H) - Section B
Business (H) - Section B
Chemistry (H) - Section A
Economics (H) - Section B
English (H)
French (H)
Irish (H)
Maths (H) - Paper II
Week 23:30pm - 4:45pmChemistry (H) - Section B
English (H)
Irish (H)

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.

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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.

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