Fast tracking to your exams can be one of the many benefits of online learning. Gone are the days of studying for one academic year for a GCSE or IGCSE and two years for an A level.

There are around 120 Guided Learning hours in a GCSE or IGCSE and 360 for an A level.

How quickly you work through these learning hours can be decided by you. Perhaps you need to get that GCSE quickly for your University Application?

Maybe you don’t have two years to spare for those essential A levels?

Do you need to know more about how this works?

Step one: Know your exam dates

To decide how much studying you need to do each week, decide on the round of exams you’re aiming for. Most exams take place in May and June each year, but there are also opportunities in November and January for many subjects.  We can help you find out more about this, you can also find out where you can sit your exams in our step-by-step exam booking guide.

Step two: Count the weeks before your exams

When you know how many weeks there are before your exams, you can timetable your study so you can be sure to be ready. For example, if you have 16 weeks before your GCSE maths exams you will need to commit to a minimum of 7.5 hours of study each week, leaving yourself some revision time of course!

Step Three: Use your Tutor

Our online Tutor support option means that you can message your Tutor with your questions, and you will receive a response within 1 working day. You can complete and submit the assignments we set for you.  Your Tutor will mark these and give you feedback.  This way you will understand where you’re doing well and where you need to focus your efforts.

All the assignments or based on previous exam papers so we’re getting you ready for the exams in a very focussed way.