UCAS Deadlines and Help

By |January 13th, 2016|

UCAS application deadlines are fast approaching (15th of January!) and it is crucial to get your personal statement absolutely right. Our Oxford and Cambridge graduate tutors can go over these with you and make sure you are making the right decisions and choices and also the right demands throughout your application. I cannot stress enough […]

Top 5 Christmas Revision tips

By |December 23rd, 2015|

 

Okay guys Christmas is upon us but let’s use this time wisely. All that socialising ,playing games, eating and drinking is fun but let’s think in moderation. When it’s mid December and exams and deadlines in January feel like a lifetime away but Christmas is always manic isn’t it and time flies when you’re having […]

5 Top Holiday Revision Tips!

By |December 22nd, 2015|

Okay guys Christmas is upon us but let’s use this time wisely. All that socialising, playing games, eating and drinking is fun but let’s think in moderation. When it’s mid December, exams and deadlines in January feel like a lifetime away but Christmas is always manic and time flies when you’re having fun…
Regency Tuition have devised […]

Common Entrance

By |November 9th, 2015|

Common Entrance

This are a stressful time for both parent and child it is really important to make sure that your child does not feel any unnecessary pressure towards the exams. One of the main problems regarding these examinations is the inevitable comparisons that happen. This is not always something that gets discussed either.

Often is pressures […]

Oxbridge Applications Time!

By |September 29th, 2015|

 

As many of you will be very aware, and some may not have realised, the deadline for Oxbridge applications for this year is approaching at an alarming rate! In fact it is only 2 weeks away –6pm on 15th October. It seemed a good idea, therefore, to give you all a bit of advice (from […]

Countdown to Common Entrance Exams!

By |September 14th, 2015|

By now children everywhere have gone back to school for the start of a new year and, as many of you will be very aware, this means the countdown to Common Entrance Exams has begun. The closing date for applications – October 1st – is drawing ever closer and that means that the exam date […]

Back to School Blues

By |September 8th, 2015|

It looks like Summer is officially over and this grey, wet weather has also spelt the start of the new school year. This is the week that most children have – in some cases rather reluctantly! – gone back to school. Perhaps for certain parents this brings with it a slight sense of relief, a […]

Brain Exercises!

By |July 6th, 2015|

A possible small brain exercise to do each day:

Learn a new word at the start of each day. Learning this will lay down a neural memory trace connection between your hippocampus and your neocortex. However, this exercise is only useful if you make sure to apply this learnt knowledge by making sure to try and […]

Learning to Focus

By |March 3rd, 2015|

As children we learn how to be disciplined. From every action, every daily activity we are encouraged and told to focus. A good teacher will show us how to concentrate. Important exams will mean we have to throw ourselves into study and soak up the information. Revision courses, homework prep time, parents sending us to […]

The Competition Starts Now

By |February 26th, 2015|

As mocks are finishing, and the real GCSEs are approaching, now is the time to start knuckling down. But how important are GCSEs? It turns out they could be more important than you think.

Firstly, they can determine the next step your child takes. Entry requirements for most Sixth Forms are based on the GCSE grades […]