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9 months of teaching

Classes run from September- May

Welcome to Elite Medics

Application to medical school is extremely competitive and only the most gifted candidates get through admissions. Securing a place at one of the most prestigious universities including Oxford, Cambridge, University College London and Imperial is even more difficult. It is important that aspiring medical students are given the correct tools, advice and direction to achieve their ambitions.

We are a team of doctors who have set up an intensive 2-day course offering students the ultimate preparation skills to secure a place into medical school.

We teach you 1 module per month- intense crash course designed to get you ahead of your class.

 

5 hours of math revision on a SATURDAY

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Covering all exam boards:

PRICE FROM ONLY £24.99 / month

Welcome to Elite Medics

Application to medical school is extremely competitive and only the most gifted candidates get through admissions. Securing a place at one of the most prestigious universities including Oxford, Cambridge, University College London and Imperial is even more difficult. It is important that aspiring medical students are given the correct tools, advice and direction to achieve their ambitions.

We are a team of doctors who have set up an intensive 2-day course offering students the ultimate preparation skills to secure a place into medical school.

Why You Should Attend this Course?

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Get ahead in lessons

We teach modules at a faster pace than schools with the aim of covering a single module within one weekend in great depth. This way you are ahead of your peers at school. As a result, you are better prepared for exams and more likely to get the higher grades.

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Set up by Oxbridge and UCL Graduates

You are being taught by mentors who have vast experience in teaching and education. They have themselves scored all A*s at GCSE and A-levels and subsequently entered the world’s most prestigious universities. As result, the teaching you receive is of the highest standard.

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Affordable Price

a whole 5 hours of tuition is only £24.99. This is approximately £5/hour..

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Unique Style of teaching combing theory & Exam practice

Our aim is to ensure students cover as many exam questions as possible during these online classes. The best preparation any student can do is by going through questions that have come up in previous exam papers. We cover a vast number of questions and also combine the exam practice with teaching theory so their understanding is reinforced.

Course Syllabus

Physics Timetable

Physics Year 10
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Energy change in a system, Energy stores and systems, Changes in energy, Power and Work Done, Conservation and dissipation of energy
  • OCTOBER:
    Energy transfers in a system, Efficiency, National and global energy resources , Energy resources
  • NOVEMBER:
    Current, potential difference and resistance, Electrical charge, current, resistance and potential difference, Series and parallel circuits
  • DECEMBER:
    Domestic uses and safety, Mains electricity / Energy transfers, Static electricity, Electric fields
  • JANUARY:
    Changes of state and the particle model, Particle model and pressure
  • FEBRUARY:
    Internal energy and energy transfersr, Specific latent heat
  • MARCH:
    The structure of an atom, Mass number, atomic number and isotopes, Atoms and nuclear radiation
  • APRIL:
    Nuclear equations, Half-lives and radioactive decay, Nuclear fission and fusion
  • May:
    Exam Revision
Physics Year 11
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Distance and displacemen, Speed, Velocity, Distance and Time, Acceleration, Forces, acceleration and Newton’s Laws of Motion, o 1st, 2nd and 3rd Law of motions o Forces and Braking
  • OCTOBER:
    Scalar/vector quantities, Contact and non-contact forces, Gravity, Resultant forces, Pressure in liquids,
  • NOVEMBER:
    Forces/elasticity and Moments, Work done and Energy, Forces and elasticity, Moments/Lever and Gears
  • DECEMBER:
    Transverse and longitudinal waves, Properties of waves, Reflection of waves, Electromagnetic waves, Visible Light, Black body radiation
  • JANUARY:
    Magnetism & Electromagnetism, Permanent and induced magnetism, magnetic forces and fields, The motor effect, Transformers
  • FEBRUARY:
    Space physics , Solar system, The life cycle of a star, Orbital motion, natural and artificial satellites, Red-shift
  • MARCH:
    Revision of Year 10 content 1
  • April:
    Revision of Year 10 content 2
  • MAY:
    Exam Revision
Physics Year 12
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Measurements and their errors, Use of SI units and their prefixes, Limitation of physical measurements, Estimation of physical quantities, Particles and radiation, Constituents of the atom, Stable and unstable nuclei, Particles, antiparticles and photons, Classification of particles, Quarks and antiquarks
  • OCTOBER:
    EM radiation/the photoelectric effect, Ionisation and excitation, Wave-particle duality
  • NOVEMBER:
    Waves, Progressive and stationary waves, Longitudinal and transverse waves
  • DECEMBER:
    Refraction, diffraction and interferences
  • JANUARY:
    Mechanics and materials, Force, energy and momentum, Displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration, Projectile motion, Newton’s laws of motion, Work, energy and power
  • FEBRUARY:
    Conservation of energy, Density, Hooks Law, Young Modulus,
  • MARCH:
    Electricity, Basics of electricity, Current–voltage characteristics, Resistivity, Circuits, Potential divider, Electromotive force and internal resistance
  • APRIL:
    Summary Lecture on Year 12 topics
  • MAY:
    Exam Revision
Physics Year 13
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Further mechanics , Periodic motion, Circular motion, Simple harmonic motion, Forced vibrations and resonance, Thermal physics, Thermal energy transfer/Ideal gases, Molecular kinetic theory model
  • OCTOBER:
    Fields and their consequences, Gravitational and Electric fields/capacitance
  • NOVEMBER:
    Magnetic Fields
  • DECEMBER:
    Nuclear physics 1, Gravitational Fields & Potential, Radioactivity, α, β and γ radiation, Radioactive decay, Mass and energy
  • JANUARY:
    Astrophysics
  • FEBRUARY:
    Medical Physics
  • MARCH:
    Engineering Physics
  • APRIL:
    Electronics
  • MAY:
    Exam Revision

Math Timetable

Math Year 10
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Expanding and Factorising, Solving Linear Equations, Solving (Linear) Simultaneous Equations, Algebraic Equations, Algebraic Expressions and Simple Fractionsg
  • OCTOBER:
    Converting (Fractions to Decimals to Percentages), Basic Laws of Indices and Surds, Introduction to Standard Form, Rounding and Significant Figuress
  • NOVEMBER:
    Inequality Signs and Operations, Prime Numbers along with Factors and Multiples, Estimations and Approximation using bounds s
  • DECEMBER:
    Solving Simultaneous Equations (Linear NOT Quadratic), Solving Quadratic Formulas – Factorising, Quadratic Formula (No Completing the Square)
  • JANUARY:
    Straight Line Equations, Inequalities (Linear NOT Quadratic), Functions, Sequences
  • FEBRUARY:
    Introduction to Ratios, Gradients and Rates of Change of Straight-Line Graphs (d-t, v-t graphs), Percentages and Interest (No Compound Interest), Direct and Inverse Proportion
  • MARCH:
    Angles, Lines and Polygons, 2D shapes – Area, Perimeter, 3D shapes Volumes and Surfaces Area
  • APRIL:
    Loci and Constructions, Transformations, Congruency, Scale Factors and Similar Shapes, Sampling,
  • MAY:
    Exam Revision
Math Year 11
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Surds, Laws of Indices, Standard Form
  • OCTOBER:
    Estimation and Bounds (problem solving), Algebraic Fractions, Algebraic Proofs, Simultaneous Equations (Quadratic), Straight Line Graphs (Mention it briefly)
  • NOVEMBER:
    Curved graphs, Transformations, Sequences, Arc & Sectors, Bearings
  • DECEMBER:
    Circle Theorems, Compound Measures (d = m/v) and Rates of Flow, Similar Shapes
  • JANUARY:
    Trigonometry of Right-Angled triangles, 3D Pythagoras Theorem, Vectors
  • FEBRUARY:
    Volume & Surface Area, Histograms, Mean and Frequency Tables (Mean Frequency and Frequency Polygons)
  • MARCH:
    Probability, Box Plots
  • APRIL:
    Students should be comfortable with the GCSE Maths content and we can now explore some more challenging questions. Focusing on exam technique and how to best to score marks on a paper of any difficulty.
  • MAY:
    Exam Revision
Math Year 12
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Solving Quadratic Equations, Quadratic Inequalities, Straight Line Geometry, Equation of a Circle, Circles and Straight Lines, Brief Overview of: Indices and Surds, Modelling in Mechanics
  • OCTOBER:
    (Cubic, Quartic and Reciprocal Graphs), Dividing Polynomials, Factor Theorem, Pascals Triangle, Binomial Expansion, Extremely Brief overview of: [Completing the square, Quadratic Graphs, Quadratic Simultaneous Equations], Constant Acceleration
  • NOVEMBER:
    Transforming Graphs, Trigonometry (Sine Rule & Cosine Rule), Area of a Triangle, Graphs of trig functions, Trigonometric Ratios, Trigonometric identities, Forces and Motion
  • DECEMBER:
    Differentiating 𝒙n, Differentiating Quadratics, Gradients Tangents and Normal, Second Order Derivatives, Stationary Points, Modelling with differentiation, Variable Acceleration
  • JANUARY:
    Integrating 𝒙n, Indefinite and Definite Integrals, Areas under curves, Areas under the 𝒙-axis, Areas between curves and lines, Data Collection
  • FEBRUARY:
    Vectors, Magnitude and Direction, Position Vectors, Solving Problems with vectors, Using vectors to solve geometrical problems, Data processing, presentation and interpretation
  • MARCH:
    Exponential Functions and Modelling, Logarithms, Laws of Logarithms, Solving Equations using Logs, Probabilitys
  • APRIL:
    Statistical Distributions and Hypothesis Testing, RECAP of any challenging topics
  • MAY:
    Exam Revision
Math Year 13
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Partial Fractions (with repeated factors), Modulus Function, Composite Functions, Inverse Functions, Transformations and Combining Transformations, Modulus Problems, Further Kinematics
  • OCTOBER:
    Arithmetic Sequences and Series, Geometric Sequences and Series, Binomial Expansion, Forces and Motion part I
  • NOVEMBER:
    Introduction to secant, cosecant and cotangent, Graphs of the introduced functions, Identities, Inverse Trig Functions, Addition Formulae, Forces and Motion part II
  • DECEMBER:
    Differentiating (trig functions, exponentials, logs), Chain Rule, Product Rule, Quotient Rule, Parametric Differentiation, Implicit Differentiation, Rates of Change, Moments
  • JANUARY:
    Integrating 𝒙n, Indefinite and Definite Integrals, Areas under curves, Areas under the 𝒙-axis, Areas between curves and lines, Data Collection
  • FEBRUARY:
    Solving Differential Equations, Modelling with differential equations, Probability and Conditional Probability
  • MARCH:
    3D Vectors, Solving geometric problems with vectors, The Normal Distribution part I
  • APRIL:
    Double Angle Formulae, Solving trig equations, acos 𝒙 + bsin 𝒙, The Normal Distribution part II
  • MAY:
    Exam Revision

Welcome to Elite Medics

Application to medical school is extremely competitive and only the most gifted candidates get through admissions. Securing a place at one of the most prestigious universities including Oxford, Cambridge, University College London and Imperial is even more difficult. It is important that aspiring medical students are given the correct tools, advice and direction to achieve their ambitions.

We are a team of doctors who have set up an intensive 2-day course offering students the ultimate preparation skills to secure a place into medical school.

Welcome to Elite Medics

Application to medical school is extremely competitive and only the most gifted candidates get through admissions. Securing a place at one of the most prestigious universities including Oxford, Cambridge, University College London and Imperial is even more difficult. It is important that aspiring medical students are given the correct tools, advice and direction to achieve their ambitions.

We are a team of doctors who have set up an intensive 2-day course offering students the ultimate preparation skills to secure a place into medical school.

Welcome to Elite Medics

Application to medical school is extremely competitive and only the most gifted candidates get through admissions. Securing a place at one of the most prestigious universities including Oxford, Cambridge, University College London and Imperial is even more difficult. It is important that aspiring medical students are given the correct tools, advice and direction to achieve their ambitions.

We are a team of doctors who have set up an intensive 2-day course offering students the ultimate preparation skills to secure a place into medical school.

Online Class Dates for Maths & Physics
(September 2020- May 2021)

Venue:

East London- Little Illford School

Birmingham- Harborne Academy School

North Finchley- Woodhouse 6-form College

Essex- Mayflower High School

White City, Central London- Ark Burlington Danes School

Class Date:

September (Exact weekend TBC)

September (Exact weekend TBC)

September (Exact weekend TBC)

September (Exact weekend TBC)

September (Exact weekend TBC)

September 2020 - Sat. 12th (Maths) & Sun. 13th September (Physics)
October 2020 - Sat. 10th (Maths) & Sun. 11th October (Physics)
November 2020 - Sat. 14th (Maths) & Sun. 15th November (Physics)
December 2020 - Sat. 12th (Maths) & Sun. 13th December (Physics)
January 2021 - Sat. 9th (Maths) & Sun. 10th January (Physics)
February 2021 - Sat. 13th (Maths) & Sun. 14th February (Physics)
March 2021 - Sat. 13th (Maths) & Sun. 14th March (Physics)
April 2021 - Sat. 10th (Maths) & Sun. 11th April (Physics)
May 2021 - Sat. 8th (Maths) & Sun. 9th May (Physics)

To book a place for your son or daughter please follow the link below:

Year 10 Revision Class: 9-10th March 2019 (0900-1600) ** LONDON**

Woodhouse College (6-form college), Woodhouse Rd, Finchley, London Nl2 9EY

Year 10 Revision Class: 9-10th March 2019 (0900-1600) ** LONDON**

Woodhouse College (6-form college), Woodhouse Rd, Finchley, London Nl2 9EY

Year 11 Revision Class: 23-24th March 2019 (0900-1600) ** LONDON**

Woodhouse College (6-form college), Woodhouse Rd, Finchley, London Nl2 9EY

Year 12 Revision Class : 9-10th March 2019 (0900-1600) ** LONDON**

Woodhouse College (6-form college), Woodhouse Rd, Finchley, London Nl2 9EY

Year 13 Revision Class: 23-24th March 2019 (0900-1600) ** LONDON**

Woodhouse College (6-form college), Woodhouse Rd, Finchley, London Nl2 9EY

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