Ashbourne Easter Revision timetable

Ashbourne Easter Revision courses run over a three-weeks period during the Easter Holidays. Students receive 15 hours of tuition per week for a single course. Courses are taught in morning (10am–1pm) and afternoon (2–5pm) sessions. Students planning to enrol for our courses should check we offer the correct exam board and specification for them.

Our courses run over a three-week period during the Easter holidays:

WK 1 – Mon 28th Mar – Fri 1st Apr
WK 2 – Mon 4th Apr – Fri 8th Apr
WK 3 – Mon 11th Apr – Fri 15th Apr
AM Session: Mon–Fri, 10am – 1pm
PM Session: Mon–Fri, 2pm – 5pm

We also offer other group courses (subject to demand) and one-to-one tuition outside of the below standard timetable. Please get in touch with our Easter Revision team on 0207 937 3858 or email to discuss your requirement.

Full Easter Revision course timetable

Available January 2022.

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For more information or to place a booking please call +44(0)207 937 3858 or get in touch using the form below; thank you.


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    Why Choose Ashbourne College A level Easter revision courses?
    I found the course really interesting and very useful. I especially liked the course packs, they were really practical, and I feel a lot more prepared for my exams now.
    Mark Proudrout (Westminster School)Economics A level revision
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