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Bring GCSE Physics to Life

Friday, February 4th, 2022

Studying GCSE Physics can be electrifying! Physicists study the ever-changing world we live in. With new discoveries detected all the time, it can be a fascinating Science subject to study. The subject itself is crammed with fascinating facts and stats about the relationship between energy, matter and motion – including mind-bending paradoxes and enigmas about […]

Aim for A in your Science Exams

Tuesday, October 5th, 2021

Nowadays it feels like Science exams are sprung on you all the time! Term-time tests, mocks, teacher assessments. But what if you keep underachieving? If you’re serious about a career in science – from Veterinary science to Marine Biology, Medicine to Engineering – you’ll need to smash those GCSE and A Level grades. A*s, no […]

Spark Your Child’s Interest in Science

Wednesday, December 9th, 2020

Science is often a feared subject as it is split into three areas. Plus because it’s information heavy, students have to remember so much in a short space of time. The trick though is to spark their interest first, pique their curiosity, get them asking questions. Once they are hooked, you can build on that […]

How to Smash GCSE Science Revision

Thursday, December 5th, 2019

Science is a HUGE subject to get your head around – whether you are studying Combined Science, Double Science etc… Like most students, there might be one individual subject which causes you some serious grief. So, just how do you prepare for such information-heavy exams? Don’t fret; follow these handy hints instead. Your Guide to […]

Discover the Secrets of Science

Thursday, July 26th, 2018

Science. It’s one of those fascinating subjects which keeps on giving… New discoveries are happening every day, scientists are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible – plus it helps us make sense of the world around us. In fact, the news is full of Science. Droughts, extreme weather systems, chemical weapon attacks, space travel, new […]

Which GCSE subjects do you NEED to pass?

Wednesday, December 27th, 2017

Have you just sat your mock exams? If so, or you are about to, you might be worried about how you’ll do in the ‘real’ exams coming up in just a handful of months. Mock exam results can be a shock to the system. Achieving below C grades can cast your immediate study plans in doubt. And if you […]

Understanding GCSE Additional Science – Part 2

Saturday, February 20th, 2010

In the previous post, we took an overview of GCSE Additional Science – now it’s time to look at the subject in a bit more detail. As with Core Science, the best starting point for helping your child with GCSE Additional Science is to understand precisely how it works and which examination board’s specification he […]

Understanding GCSE Additional Science – Part 1

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

In our previous two posts we discussed GCSE Core Science. In this post and the next one we’re going to discuss GCSE Additional Science. Additional Science is a GCSE in its own right and, together with GCSE Core Science, makes what used to be known as double award science. It’s also worth noting that this […]

Understanding GCSE Core Science – Part 2

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

In our previous post we looked at the basic structure of GCSE Core Science. To give you child the best possible support during his or her Core Science studies, it’s worth understanding exactly how it all works in detail. The most important thing is to establish the exact specification your child is following. Most of […]

Understanding GCSE Core Science – Part 1

Sunday, February 14th, 2010

Understanding ‘How Science Works’ – as in how the combination of science GCSE specifications interlink – is almost worth a GCSE in itself! The way Science is examined at GCSE level has become horrendously complicated with numerous choices of exam boards, variations of syllabuses within and between exam boards, and choices of when to take […]