For You Education is a professional tutoring center that specializes in GCE A Level examination. We have been teaching students from different international and local schools for almost 10 years, not only that we are a Pearson Edexcel Partnership Center with Edexcel Academic Qualifications. One of the most asked questions we get from our students is how to study for the GCE Math examination. Today, we will give you 5 tips to help you with that.
1. Understand the curriculum inside out
One of the most important things you can do is to make sure that you have a good understanding of the entire GCE A Level curriculum. You will need to understand what is being asked in the examination and not deviate too much. This way, you'll know exactly what topics will be covered in the exam and can focus your studies accordingly.
2. Get plenty of practice and work on your weakness
One key element of preparation is getting plenty of practice under your belt, this means doing plenty of past papers and mock exams to get used to the format and style of the GCE A Level exam. After you finish, check over your answer and identify your weakness, it is very important to focus on key parts on improving your weaker areas. In this way, you will gain more confidence knowing that you have at least prepared in all of the topics.
3. Join our professional tuition class
Not only would you get tailor made service by joining a professional tuition class at For You Education; you would also be receiving our tailor-made notes which can be a great way to make sure that your revision is focused and effective. At For You Education, our team of professional tutors craft their lessons based on your individual strengths and weaknesses. This way, you can be sure that your revision is targeted and effective.
4. Take our practice exams
One of the best ways to prepare for the GCE A Level exam is to take our practice exams. This will help you get used to the format of the exam, and identify any areas that you need to work on. At For You Education, we offer mock exams under timed conditions to make sure to give you a taste of what the A Levels examination will be like. Not only that, we will then provide one to one post mock examination classes to make sure you understand the mistakes you made.
5. Get plenty of rest and stay positive
Finally, this is one of the most important to get plenty of rest in the lead up to the exam, but not only that, you will need to have a positive mind set before the day of the examination, being too nervous or stressed will not benefit you, remember that you have prepared for this for 2 years. You can do this!!
Here at For You Education we hope that we will be able to assist you to achieve your academic dreams. So contact us today to learn more about how For You can help you achieve your academic goals.