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Easter Revision: GCSE and IGCSE

Our GCSE courses are, in general, not board- or syllabus-specific. This is because the National Curriculum sets out prescribed core topic areas, which must be covered by all syllabuses. It is on these core topics that our GCSE courses focus. If care is taken to enter on the registration form the examining board and syllabus number, we can alert parents if their son or daughter is being taught pilot, experimental or otherwise unusual syllabuses, which would be incompatible with the courses on offer.

Please note that we only offer the higher tier on all syllabuses. View the course outlines for for each subject below.

Please call 020 7835 1355 or complete the form below to book or if you have any questions and would like to speak to one of our Course Directors.

Easter Revision Course Dates 2025

Week 1: Monday 31 March – Friday 4 April
Week 2: Monday 7 April – Friday 11 April
Week 3: Monday 14 April – Friday 18 April

(Good Friday is 18 April; Easter Monday is 21 April 2025)

"I chose èAV on the strength of its exam results and when I came for my admissions meeting I felt like the system seemed robust and that èAV could help me achieve what I wanted to. The teaching is exactly what I needed, particularly with regards to exam practice. I found the environment at èAV very nuturing. They focus on supporting each individual to achieve what they want; at my previous school I was sometimes made to feel very small if I achieved a mediocre mark but I have never felt like that at èAV and the atmosphere is very relaxed."


Grades achieved at èAV: A*AA Progressed to: The University of Durham (Psychology)

"This year has been a journey for me. When I started in August my confidence was shot and I didn’t know if I was going to go to the universities I’d always dreamed of so my time at èAV has really been one of gaining confidence back and believing in myself but also having a new attitude in terms of the future. èAV has really given me back the belief that I can achieve top grades and succeed. They give you the independence to direct your own time; although there is an extra-curricular programme, there is no pressure to take on a lot of extra activities and you focus on what is important to you, which in my case was studying."


Grades achieved at èAV: A*A* Progressed to: Cambridge University (History)

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