Is Your Child Really ‘Too Thick’ for Private School or Do They Maybe Not Know ‘How’ To Learn?

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‘Middle-class parents need to accept that some children are just too thick for private school.’

This headline about private school education from The Telegraph newspaper might be true, however one of my very early PhotoReading Coaching memories from 10 or so years ago was working with a teenage client who had been thrown of out his private school for not making the grade.  Within hours of working with him I had already seen a transformation.  I ...

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Exam Results – Did you fail, struggle, or simply want to do even better next time?

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Congratulations to those who received their exam results today. If want to next level your performance, or didn’t do as well as you’d hoped, read on.

If you passed with flying colours, great.

If you failed in glorious technicolour, there’s always retake season or next year, you just have to make sure that you are both practically and emotionally ready.

If you passed, but it was hard work or you just about scraped by, then there is always PhotoReading and accelerated learning ...

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Tips to combat plummeting exam results for those who don’t thrive in exams

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“Exam grades plummet.”  With changes to the exam system in the UK, and a greater emphasis on end of year exams rather than course work and modular tests, English GCSE scores have plummeted.  The recently implemented overhaul to the qualifications system was designed to curb potential over-marking by teachers.

 

A move from modular work to final exams

With more emphasis on sitting exams rather than modular coursework for the English and Geography exams (with possibly others subjects following suit in the future), ...

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