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LECTURE SERIES

MONTHLY BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
REVISION CLASSES

Our teachers include doctors graduated from Oxbridge Universities.

We are passionate about education and deliver a unique style of teaching that focuses on theory as well as exam practice.

Students attend one weekend every month, with Biology being taught on the Saturday, and Chemistry being taught on the Sunday.

6.5 hours

Class hours are from 9-4pm on both the Saturday & Sunday

From £55/month

Only £55 per subject per month

8 months of teaching

Classes run from September- April

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.

Introducing our

New Course Venues

Harborne Academy School

Birmingham

Christ's College Finchley

Finchley

Mayflower High School

Essex

Little Ilford School

East London

Ark Burlington Danes School

Central London

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

 

6.5 hours of biology revision on a SATURDAY

6.5 hours of chemistry revision on a SUNDA7

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Covering all exam boards:

PRICE FROM ONLY £55 / 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 7 hours of tuition is only £55. This is £7.8/hour. The average tuition cost in London is £30/hour. This makes it affordable to most, if not all students.

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Unique Style of teaching combing theory & Exam practice

Our aim is to inspire a new generation of doctors from around the world to enter medicine. All students who book on our course, get free 1-1 mentorship from a Doctor to support them throughout their application process.

Course Syllabus

Biology Timetable

Biology Year 10
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Specialised and unspecialised Cell Structure and Function, Microscope, Aerobic/Anaerobic Respiration. Cell Differentiation. Culturing micro-organisms
  • OCTOBER:
    Mitosis, Stem cells, Cell Transport, Digestive System
  • NOVEMBER:
    Plants Biology/photosynthesis – includes Plant Transport, Plant disease/defence response (Physical, chemical and mechanical)
  • DECEMBER:
    Gas Exchange & Respiratory System, Reproduction
  • JANUARY:
    Nervous System
  • FEBRUARY:
    Cardiovascular System, blood components and heart structure and function. Risk factors to disease (smoking, obesity, diabetes, lifestyle and environment), Cancer
  • MARCH:
    Introduction to Genes (DNA, genes, alleles, Structure of DNA), Chromosomes, DNA and Evolution
  • APRIL:
    Exam Practice
Biology Year 11
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Homeostasis, Nervous System, Accommodation, Human brain, Thermoregulation
  • OCTOBER:
    Kidney Homeostasis/maintaining water and nitrogen balance in the body, Hormonal Control, Plant hormones, Diabetes (type 1 and type 2), Menstrual Cycle
  • NOVEMBER:
    Immunity, Health & Disease (communicable and infectious disease, pathogens; antibiotics and painkillers, discovery and development of drugs (pre-clinical to clinical testing), monoclonal antibodies (production and use)
  • DECEMBER:
    Variation (reproduction; sexual and asexual reproduction, meiosis, advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction), Genes & Evolution
  • JANUARY:
    Ecology, Biodiversity, Material Recycling, Protein Synthesis
  • FEBRUARY:
    Classification, Genetic Inheritance. Economic, social and ethical issues concerning embryo screening, Sex determination Genetic Disorders
  • MARCH:
    Protein Synthesis, genetic engineering/transcription/translation Re-cap of year 10 topics
  • APRIL:
    Revision lectures
Biology Year 12
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Cells + Mitosis
  • OCTOBER:
    Meiosis & Genetics
  • NOVEMBER:
    Transport across Cell Membranes & Cell recognition and the Immune System
  • DECEMBER:
    Biological Molecules
  • JANUARY:
    Gas Exchange
  • FEBRUARY:
    Mass transport and CV system in Animals
  • MARCH:
    Digestion & Absorption
  • APRIL:
    Core Concepts Revision
  • MAY:
    Exam Practice
Biology Year 13
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Cells + Photosynthesis & Respiration
  • OCTOBER:
    Organisms respond to changes in their environments (Survival and Response Receptors, Control of Heart Rate, Nerve Impulses, Synaptic Transmission)
  • NOVEMBER:
    Organisms respond to changes in their environments (Muscle Contraction, Negative & Positive Feedback, Control of Blood Glucose Concentration, Control of Blood water potential)
  • DECEMBER:
    Energy & Ecosystems (inc. Nutrient Cycles) part 1
  • JANUARY:
    Energy & Ecosystems (inc. Nutrient Cycles) part 2
  • FEBRUARY:
    Control of Gene Expression
  • MARCH:
    Core Concepts Revision
  • APRIL:
    Core Concepts Revision
  • MAY:
    Exam Practice

Chemistry Timeable

Chemistry Year 10
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Atomic structure and bonding
  • OCTOBER:
    Periodic Table, Group 1,0 and 7 elements + Transition Elements
  • NOVEMBER:
    Reactivity series, displacement reactions, Oxidation/reduction, Reaction of metals, Extraction of metals
  • DECEMBER:
    Chemical changes (Reaction of acids/bases and Making salts)
  • JANUARY:
    Electrolysis
  • FEBRUARY:
    Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
  • MARCH:
    Rate of reactions/collision theory/practical
  • APRIL:
    Core Concepts Revision
Chemistry Year 11
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    The rate and extent of chemical change/Test for Ions
  • OCTOBER:
    Organic chemistry (Alkanes, Alkenes, Alcohols)
  • NOVEMBER:
    Quantitative chemistry
  • DECEMBER:
    Chemical analysis (Purity, formulations, chromatography, Identification of ions by chemical and spectroscopic means)
  • JANUARY:
    Chemistry of the atmosphere
  • FEBRUARY:
    Using resources (using the Earth’s resources and obtaining potable water; potable water; waste water treatment; alternative methods for extracting metals; life cycle assessment and recycling; ways of reducing the use of resoruces)
  • MARCH:
    Organic Chemistry II (COOH and Esters), Le Chatlier’s (Haber and Contact Process), Bond enthalpy calculations, Molar calculation recap/titration calculation recap.
  • APRIL:
    Exam Practice
Chemistry Year 12
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Atoms Bonding & Ionisation Energies, Shapes of Molecules
  • OCTOBER:
    Oxidation/Reduction, Half-equations, Mole Calculations, Titrations
  • NOVEMBER:
    Periodic Table, Group 2, Group 3, Transition Elements
  • DECEMBER:
    Halogens, Energetics
  • JANUARY:
    Alkanes, Alkenes, Haloakenes, Reaction Mechanisms
  • FEBRUARY:
    Energetics, Chemical equilibria, Le Chatlier’s Principle
  • MARCH:
    Alcohol, Carboxylic acids Organic Analysis
  • APRIL:
    Exam Practice (time 2)
Chemistry Year 13
Whole day revision on 1st Sunday of each month
  • SEPTEMBER :
    Aldehydes and Ketones, Carboxylic acids and Derivatives, Amines
  • OCTOBER:
    Aromatic Compounds
  • NOVEMBER:
    Thermodynamics, Rate Equations, Equilibrium Constants
  • DECEMBER:
    Electrode Potentials, Acids & Base
  • JANUARY:
    Amino acids, Proteins and DNA, Polymers, Nitriles/amines (recap)
  • FEBRUARY:
    Reaction of ions, Organic Synthesis, Reaction Mechanism, NMR, Chromatography (NMR and Chromatography needs writing especially)
  • MARCH:
    Period 3 Elements/ Oxides, Transition Metals
  • APRIL:
    Exam Practice

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.

Class Dates (September-December 2019)

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:

Year 10 & Year 12:

Saturday 7th September (Biology)
Sunday 8th September (Chemistry)

Year 11 & Year 13:

Saturday 21st September (Biology)
Sunday 22nd September (Chemistry)

November:

Year 10 & Year 12:

Saturday 9th November (Biology)
Sunday 10th November (Chemistry)

Year 11 & Year 13:

Saturday 16th November (Biology)
Sunday 17th November (Chemistry)

October:

Year 10 & Year 12:

Saturday 5th October (Biology)
Sunday 6th October (Chemistry)

Year 11 & Year 13:

Saturday 19th October (Biology)
Sunday 20th October (Chemistry)

November:

Year 10 & Year 12:

Saturday 9th November (Biology)
Sunday 10th November (Chemistry)

Year 11 & Year 13:

Saturday 16th November (Biology)
Sunday 17th November (Chemistry)

December:

Year 10 & Year 12:

Saturday 7th December (Biology)
Sunday 8th December (Chemistry)

Year 11 & Year 13:

Saturday 28th December (Biology)
Sunday 29th December (Chemistry)

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

Venue Adresses

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

Little Ilford School:

Rectory Road Manor Park,
London
E12 6JB

Harborne

Academy:

Harborne Rd,
Birmingham
B15 3JL

Christ’s College Finchley:

East End Road,
Finchley,
London
N2 0SE

Mayflower High School:

Stock Rd,

Billericay, Essex 
CM12 0RT

Ark Burlington Danes School:

Wood Ln, White City,

London

W12 0HR

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