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Becky Clark

Assistant Head of Teaching and Learning

Tute's Express GCSE Curriculum: A Shortcut to Exam Success

Shared courses curriculum for new GCSE students

Tute’s Express GCSE courses offers a focused learning path for students joining us during HT5, spanning from the start of HT5 until the exam series. Our express curriculum prioritises Past Paper Questions, enhancing student’s familiarity with exam formats and effective answering strategies. 

Memory recall is a key focus through retrieval practice, emphasising repeated testing of key concepts, which is crucial for exam success. Fundamental knowledge is at the core, ensuring students grasp foundational principles for effective exam preparation. 

Specifically crafted for HT5 entrants, our Express GCSE courses provide a streamlined and intensive route, in preparation for success in the summer exam series.

Benefits for Students: 

  • Students can quickly catch up and cover essential topics, maximising their preparation time. 
  • Direct exposure to past exam materials and practice questions boosts confidence and familiarity with the exam format. 
  • Retrieval practice enhances long-term memory retention, aiding in better recall for exams. 
  • The focus of the express curriculum is on the fundamental knowledge. This helps in building a strong knowledge base, making advanced question topics more accessible. 

Benefits for Partners: 

  • The curriculum’s targeted approach means students gain the most relevant preparation in a short time frame.  
  • The curriculum’s intent is focused on critical areas like past papers and fundamental knowledge.  
  • With a clear focus on exam preparation and success, our partners can feel confident that their students have received the opportunity to engage and prepare in the short time frame for their summer exam series.  
  • Provides a structured and effective pathway for students joining late in the academic year, ensuring they still have the opportunity to/can engage in their exams.

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