Prepare Exams with a Biology Booster
Posted by Cohort Tuition on December 3rd, 2020
Biology is one of the science subjects that you may find challenging. Getting at least a passing mark will require you to get serious in studying and understanding the topics and lessons that will be tested in the exam. A biology booster can be an excellent way to study, especially if you need a tutor to guide you through the lessons and encourage you to learn more productively and effectively. That way, you can be more confident to take your biology exam and have a better chance of getting high marks.
Reputable tuition centres offer AS/A level biology booster programmes in small groups, with a maximum of eight pupils and one qualified tutor. That way, the tutor can easily focus on the individual learning needs of every pupil. The programme closely follows relevant specifications of AS/A level biology of pupils in the years 12 or 13. Students may enrol at any time of the year, so they easily have access to a tutor who can help them understand the subject clearly in preparation for a major exam.
A good biology booster is not merely a tutorial. It comes with formal termly assessments to determine the extent of the pupil’s learning. These assessments are also helpful in building the confidence of the learner to prepare them for the actual exams. The programme ensures that you can develop a sound grasp of the topics, concepts, and skills in time for your final A-Level exams. Specialist and qualified biology teachers themselves develop the best programmes, and they abide by the requirements of AS/A Level examination boards.
Biology booster group sessions are best provided for up to two hours, with a 10-minute break in between each hour. Homework is given to students every week, except during assessment weeks. That way, learners can apply what they have learned, and it can reinforce their learning. The homework must be returned to be marked and explained.
AS/A Level students will get a report when they finish a term for their biology booster programme. It highlights the work that was covered, targets going forward, their progress, and the assessment results. Parents may arrange to speak with the biology tutor for an update at the end of a lesson.
About the Author: A qualified science teacher with over 15 years of teaching experience from non-selective and selective State Schools to private independent schools in the West Midlands. Numare has an excellent track record for all his GCSE A* to C and grade 9 to 4 pass rates since he started teaching GCSE science in 2006. Numare is also an extremely experienced tutor with over 15 years’ experience in the private tuition sector. As a qualified teacher he can see how effective tutoring can build on learning already taking place at school and have a positive impact on every students’ learning journey.
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