May Exam RevisionCourse
6th Year Students
Our 2023 6th Year May Revision Course, running between Thursday 18th to Wednesday 24th, will take place online.
These classes are specifically designed for online participation, so you can engage with and ask questions, as you need, just like a regular class.
No matter what subjects you choose, you will have the benefit of live, direct engagement with our outstanding teachers, and access to class recordings, an invaluable revision aid, as the you prepare for your exams in June 2023.
All classes are fully interactive and will be recorded live. Students will be able to access, review, and re-watch the recordings as many times as you wish right up to the end of the State Exams in June 2023.
This 6th Year May Exam Preparation Course is exam focused and designed to focus and refresh student minds prior to the June exams, reviewing likely topics and perfecting exam skills and timing. Students are provided with high quality notes and key techniques to enable them to achieve their maximum potential in the Leaving Certificate exams this June.
Students attending these classes receive the following benefits:
- Exceptional and interactive 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 Cert Exams.
- The Institute’s legendary class notes to support tuition.
Preparing for the Leaving Cert – We’ve Got You Covered.
**Please Note** For bookings from Monday 15th May, we cannot guarantee delivery of notes before the beginning of this course on Thursday 18th May. We will have a collection service available. To arrange collection of notes for this course please contact us on 01 661 3511.
Students attending this course receive the following benefits:
- Tuition from highly qualified and experienced teachers.
- Comprehensive, exam focused course notes, which support classroom tuition.
- Strategies for maximising exam performance.
To learn more about what will be covered on this course, please select from the subject list below:
This course will focus on preparing students for the Higher Level Biology paper in June. Students work with past papers, and supplementary notes are provided. Sample answers are also provided for some of the more challenging questions associated with Section C of the written examination.
- Scientific Method
- Cell Division
- Human Reproduction
- Human Digestion
- Endocrine System
This course will cover key elements of the Leaving Certificate Higher level Chemistry syllabus.
- Volumetric Analysis
- Organic Chemistry
- Atomic Theory
This course will focus on exam technique. The topics covered will include:
1) Time management in the exam
2) The Composition with a focus on the marking scheme
3) Analysis of past Macbeth questions Macbeth and an approach to essay writing
4) Analysis of past studied poetry questions. Notes will be provided on a all of the Irish prescribed poets
5) Analysis of past Comparative questions, with sample responses
6) Notes will be provided on a selection of Comparative texts prescribed for study in 2023, the Unseen Poetry task
The aim of this course is to provide students with the resources necessary to deal with the demands of the French Paper. All aspects of the French Written paper will be dealt with, including: Diary Entries, Reaction Pieces and Reading Comprehensions. Detailed advice will be given on examination technique and comprehensive notes will also be provided to help students improve in final weeks before the exam. Examination Technique will also given for the Listening Comprehension Examination.
This Irish Leaving Certificate Preparation Course will focus on intensive examination preparing students to achieve the highest grades.
- SEC Examiner insights on handling the exam questions for both paper 1 & 2 along with the allocation of marks and common pitfalls students should avoid.
- Gramadach: The grammatical areas required for the highest grades will be covered and common mistakes highlighted.
- Cluastuiscint: Advice, practice and keywords will be provided for the students to develop their skills.
- Ceapadóireacht: Essay topics, key words and phrases will be reviewed, with guidance for dealing with the titles and maximising marks.
- Léamhthuiscint: Reading comprehensions with a focus on questions 6(a) & 6(b)
- Filíocht & Prós: Summary of the core poetry and prose with relevant key phrases and vocabulary.
- There will be exam focus on different types of questions and how to maximise marks .
Maths (H) Paper 1
This course covers the essential methods, formulae and procedures required for success in Paper 1 of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Maths exam.
- Equations and Graphs
- Inequalities, Powers and Logs
- Financial Maths: Loans and Mortgages
- Methods and Applications of Differentiation
Maths (H) Paper 2
This course covers the essential methods, formulae and procedures required for success in Paper 2 of the Leaving Certificate Higher Level Maths exam.
- Trigonometry Graphs
- Practical Trigonometry
- Trigonometry Identities and Equations
- Practical and Theoretical Probability
- Normal Distributions, Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Testing
Maths (O) Paper 1
This course covers the essential methods, formulae and procedures required for success in Paper 1 of the Leaving Certificate Ordinary Level Maths exam.
- Complex numbers
- Financial Maths
Revision (Summary) Notes given
Maths (O) Paper 2
This course covers the essential methods, formulae and procedures required for success in Paper 2 of the Leaving Certificate Ordinary Level Maths exam.
Revision (Summary) Notes given
As this course is timed quite close to the Leaving Cert examination, the emphasis will be on answering questions from previous examination papers.
- A selection of Section A (mandatory experiments) questions will be investigated. The skill of graph drawing and of using the graph for the purpose of calculations will be examined.
- Past papers on the area of electricity usually involve mathematical calculations. A number of these questions will be investigated. The main emphasis is to show that these questions involve calculations and not problem solving.
- Modern Physics will form part of this course. Depending on time, Photoelectric effect, X-rays, Radioactivity and Nuclear Energy will be covered.
|Thurs 18th May||10am - 2pm||Maths Paper 1 (H)|
|2:30pm - 6:30pm||Physics (H)|
|Fri 19th May||10am - 2pm||Maths Paper 2 (H)|
|2:30pm - 6:30pm||Biology (H)|
|Mon 22nd May||10am - 2pm||Maths Paper 1 (O)|
|2:30pm - 6:30pm||Chemistry (H)|
|2:30pm - 6:30pm||French (H)|
|Tues 23rd May||10am - 2pm||Math Paper 2 (O)|
|Wed 24th May||10am - 2pm||Irish (H)|
|2:30pm - 6:30pm||English (H)|
- All classes will take place online using Moodle, our Online Learning Platform.
|Number of Classes||Price|
|Each Subsequent Class||€100|
- 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.
Click on each question for the answer>>Q: How do I access my online 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: 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 State exams 2023.
Q: Are there any specific requirements to attending this online course?
A: We would advise that all students enrolling in our online course 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.
Q: Are the class notes available online?
A: No, a hard copy will be given out to each student for the subjects they enrol in.
Q: How much is the fee per class?
A: This depends on the number of subjects taken. Please refer to the fees table to see a list of fees.
Q: Is attendance at part-time courses monitored?
A: Yes, attendance is monitored for each class attended. The Institute however accepts no responsibility for students who fail to attend class.
Q: Are the classes conducted ‘lecture style’ or are students free to ask questions?
A: Our classes are interactive and our teachers use a variety of methods to ensure that students can ask questions and contribute to the class.
Q: My son/daughter cannot attend 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.