Master Class - 3 most common mistakes that secondary schools students make that prevent them from achieving high exam grades
Saturday 24th March 2018 - 4.30pm at UCL - University College London*
(opposite Waterstones Bookshop – off Gower Street) London WC1E 7JG.
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FREE Event For Parents With Children at the KS3, GCSE, AS & A2 Levels
"The 3 most common mistakes that secondary schools students make that prevent them from achieving high exam grades"
Discover the “secrets” that parents of successful students know about providing the best university & career options.
If you are concerned about your child’s university and career options, this FREE parent’s workshop is an absolute MUST. You’ll discover “secrets” (most parents don’t know) about how to help your child achieve the best possible exam grades
What to do if you know your child can have better grades, but still doesn’t perform as expected – this is crucial if you realise that your friends’/colleagues’ children seem to get better results, relative to your own child’s.
Are teachers telling you that your child can do better? – If so, you MUST discover this little-known strategy to motivate your child to study.
The most important “secret” to supporting your child to get better grades – essential elements that most parents don’t know.
The effects of AS grades on your child’s future – this has huge implications, make sure you can still do something about it now!
You’ll also be able to ask ANY questions you may have, concerning your child’s education. We are more than happy to be of help to you with our expertise.
Venue: UCL (University College London*), Foster Court on Malet Place , London WC1E 7JG.
Date: 24th March 2018 Time: 16:30 – 18:30
“I was predicted a D in maths but I managed to prove teachers at my school wrong, and through the help I received at Excel I achieved an A*. The same goes for science: I was hopeless in school, but thanks to Excel, I got an A.” – A quote from an ex–student who went on to graduate from LSE
Esma, ex Student just graduated from LSE
Mr De Bernier, parent of an ex-student
Nathaniel, ex-student at Excel In Key Subjects
Israel, ex-student at Excel In Key Subjects
* Excel in Key Subjects is an independent & separate company operating in UCL facilities. This course is not provided or endorsed by UCL.