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April 6, 2020

Looking for an Online 11+ Tutor for the 11 Plus Exams During Coronavirus Lockdown?

While SATs, GCSE and A level exams have been cancelled, local authorities have not cancelled the 11 Plus exams (selection tests); and neither have independent schools. So, if you have had your hopes set on getting your child into a grammar or independent school, now is not the time to stop preparing for the 11 + tests.

During the 11 Plus Coronavirus lockdown, therefore, Geek School Tutoring is running an online 11 Plus Daily Booster course.

These online 11 Plus lessons are live and last for an hour, Monday to Friday. The 11 Plus Daily Booster sessions cost just £7.50 per day. This online 11 plus course has been made flexible to join to make it financially feasible for parents in these uncertain times.

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June 19, 2018

Help! Do I need a tutor for the 11 Plus?

The short answer is it depends. Every child is so different, that there are some factors you need to consider, and I’ll outline them below. Read More

September 4, 2015

Should your child sit the Kent or Bexley test?

We all want the best for our children, and given the choice, all children should have access to the best schools and wouldn’t need to sit the Kent or Bexley test to give them access to such a school. All schools should provide the same standard of education, and they should all be free – but in the real world, it’s a different story. Read More

August 28, 2015

How to prepare your year 5 child for the 11-plus exams in Kent and Bexley

It’s this time of year when a lot of parents with children going into year 5 start to panic a bit about the 11-plus. Many will have only heard about the 11-plus in passing during the summer holidays, and others have waited for the summer to end before starting their search for an 11-plus tutor.

Tuition aside, what do you need to do to help your child prepare adequately for the 11-plus exams in Kent and Bexley? Here are some tips: Read More

August 26, 2015

Does your child need a maths tutor to help them with the new maths GCSE?

The new GCSE maths is harder than before – if your child has always struggled with maths, or is demotivated when it comes to working on maths, then you may need to look for a maths tutor.

Year 10 children did not get into a panic about it for no good reason. But the fact is, with sufficient knowledge and practice, you can easily get an 8 or 9. Read More