A-Level Chemistry In A Box
- How did A-Level Chemistry go for your child in Year 12?
- Did they earn an A on their UCAS prediction exam?
- Have they been predicted an A* in A-Level Chemistry by their teacher for Year 13?
- Do you think that they will become competitive candidates for medical, dental and veterinary programs at their chosen university in the UK?
If you answered no to any of these questions then keep reading because our course may be the answer that you are looking for to help your child.
And let me also ask you…
Are you anxious because you feel as if your child’s confidence in their ability to pass A-Level Chemistry is at an all-time low because of a poor grade in Year 12 A-Level Chemistry?
Are you worried that your child has become de-motivated about studying A-Level Chemistry and has given up on their A-levels because they are putting in the time and the effort but aren’t getting the grades that they know they are capable of achieving?
Are you concerned about their ability to earn an A* on their final exams in A-Level Chemistry and become a competitive candidate for medical, dental and veterinary programs at their chosen university in the UK?
If you answered "yes" to these questions, it's time to take action!
You don't want your child to waste two years of their life only to fall short of their dreams and goals.
What happens if you don’t solve these problems?
Your child will continue to be on academic probation and have a stressful time in Year 13. They will end up earning poor grades on their final exams in A-level Chemistry which means that they will not be eligible to apply to the medical, dental and veterinary programs at their chosen university.
And will have to take a gap year, resit their exams, take a foundation course or change career paths.
And your child will have effectively wasted two years of their lives studying A-Level Chemistry because they obtained a result they can't use.
But don't worry, there's a solution!
Our 18-week Year 13 A-level Chemistry course is specifically designed to help students turn their grades around in A-Level Chemistry and get back on track to securing an A*.
By using our proven framework that has helped numerous students before them achieve the same result.
In this course, your child will achieve the following:
✔ Strategies to build and maintain their confidence and motivation to make sure that they have the correct mindset so they are consistently giving their best effort on a daily basis.
✔ Effective study and revision strategies which will reduce their study time and lower the risk of burnout, ensuring they stay focused and engaged.
✔ A rigorous exam technique which will reduce exam question completion errors and increase their proficiency in using mark schemes which means that they will dramatically increase their grade on their tests and exams.
✔ A thorough review of the Year 12 content so they don’t have any gaps in their knowledge which means they have a solid foundation of Chemistry knowledge for Year 13.
✔ A comprehensive teaching of the Year 13 content so they are prepared for their final exams and have increased their chance of getting an A* in A-Level Chemistry.
Does this sound like it would help your child?
Here’s an example of some of the results I have helped students achieve over the last year;
Fatemeh earned an A* on her UCAS prediction exam and an A* on her final exam and is now studying medicine at UEA.
Rawan earned an A* on her UCAS prediction exam and an A* on her final exam and graduated from the University of Liverpool.
Sruthri earned an A on her UCAS prediction exam and an A* on her final exam and earned a degree from the University of Southampton.
Are you ready to help your child earn an A* in A-level Chemistry with a proven learning process that other students are already using to earn an A* on their exams with confidence?
This course includes the following:
✅ 18 weeks of tuition with Graeme and his team
✅ 3 hours of live lessons each week (two 90-minute lessons)
✅ Access to the course's private Kajabi Community group
✅ Support with UCAT, UCAS, and university interviews for medicine and dentistry and work experience in these fields.