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A level History

A level History

Easter Revision Course Dates 2024

  • Week 1: Monday 25 March – Friday 29 March
  • Week 2: Monday 1 April – Friday 5 April
  • Week 3: Monday 8 April – Friday 12 April

(Good Friday is 29 March; Easter Monday is 1 April 2024)


All boards offered

Length of Course

5 quarter-day sessions

Due to the variety of topics available in History specifications, we typically offer 1:1 tuition in this subject. This gives us the flexibility to arrange individual programmes to match students’ requirements.

If a particular topic studied under a specific exam board is proving to be popular, we may rearrange a programme into small groups with a maximum class size of four students.

Lessons are offered in 5 x 1.5-hour blocks as follows:

  • 9:00 – 10:30 Monday to Friday
  • 11:00 – 12:30 Monday to Friday
  • 1:30 – 3:00 Monday to Friday
  • 3:30 – 5:00 Monday to Friday

We will need to know the student’s examination board and details of the topics the student wishes to focus on. Providing the precise title of the topic is important as exam boards offer a lot of choice. For example, a student studying A level OCR History ‘Cold War’ could be studying ‘The Cold War in Asia 1945–1993’ or ‘The Cold War in Europe 1941–1995’.

To make the most of the 7.5 hours we recommend choosing 1-2 topics. This will allow the tutor the time to deliver a meaningful and worthwhile revision programme. Please note: Due to high demand, 1:1 History sessions are limited to 5 x 1.5-hour sessions per student. Further tuition can be arranged outside the Easter period, as part of our Support Tuition programme. Please contact the Easter Revision team to discuss your precise requirements.

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