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Help in Birmingham area please

SandyHoodSandyHood Font Of All KnowledgeRegistered, Moderator Posts: 2,034
This is a request for help (and an offer of help too)
Summary of proposed dates
Saturday PEV ........Sunday PCR ...........Monday ECR.............Location
03 May 2008 .......... 04 May 2008........... BH Mon 05 May........ West Yorkshire
17 May 2008............ 18 May 2008........................................ Birmingham
24 May 2008............ 25 May 2008........................................ Newcastle
07 June 2008........... 08 June 2008........................................ Manchester

At the moment the number of students actually booking onto the Birmingham revision days are low, so I am asking for help to promote these days.
  1. Do you study at a college in or around Birmingham?
  2. Do you know students who may wish to attend a revision course on the weekend of 17 and 18 May in the Birmingham area?
  3. Please can you advertise the course to them for me?
As an indication, for anyone seeing this for the first time
I put a limit of 12 on each day, so classes are small. (In exceptional circumstances this might be allowed to increase to 14)

The format of each day is 4 sessions of approx 1¼ hrs. These run from 9.30 to 4.00 (possibly 4.30)
We look at all aspects of the syllabus focusing on the needs of the exam.

We use a lot of practice questions, not necessarily past exam questions. This can help us to try to master the subject matter and ultimately pass the exam. We also address a key point of how to present the answers. Over the years examiners have criticised candidates for not showing their workings clearly. Using certain formats the workings can be more obvious and it can be easier for the marker to give you credit. This can make a significant difference in your overall results as wrong answers that do not have obvious workings would tend to earn few, if any, marks.

Cost is £100 per day (although fees for very small groups may have to be raised to make the day viable)
I will always keep you up to date as far as developments with any courses.

If you are interested, please email me
[email protected]

Put in your email
  1. Where you are in the UK (if you cou could attend in more than one place please say so)
  2. Which exam revision you would like to attend (FRA, ECR, MAC, PEV, PCR, DFS, BTC, and/or PTC)
Sandy
[email protected]
www.sandyhood.com

Comments

  • kel524ukkel524uk Feels At Home Registered Posts: 27
    Dfs

    HI

    Are you doing any revision courses for DFS this year?
  • SandyHoodSandyHood Font Of All Knowledge Registered, Moderator Posts: 2,034
    Yes kel524uk (a specialist DFS expert takes the classes rather than me)

    Please email me as that way I can match you to the nearest one with places still available.

    Thank you
    Sandy
    [email protected]
    www.sandyhood.com
  • richardwrichardw Well-Known Registered Posts: 108
    hi Sandy

    Think the issue with Birmingham is that both BPP & Kaplan/FTC do a variety of revision dates for all the modules, & quite a few colleges do the NVQ route.
    Therefore most people in the Birmingham/west mids area can get a revision course booked in.
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