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Year 13 is the last stage of school journey, also a starting step towards university education. This year becomes very important as a student have to score the desired grades for his/her university admission or next academic journey.

In year 13, many student who have chosen more than 3 subjects for year 12, drop out one subject and keep strict focus on only three which are the mandatory requirement for their university choice.

The predicted grades from year 12 become handy to introspect and put in efforts where required.

The new A levels will be graded with the same A* to E pass marks as previously used.

Subjects: At Champs Learning, we have tuitions for following subjects for As levels – Year 12

1. Maths

2. Further Maths

3. Chemistry

4. Biology

5. Physics

6. Mechanics

**Class Format:**
We have both options available for these tuitions; group as well as one to one. For classroom sessions, we have small groups of students.

The tuitions can be offered in both setting, classroom as well as online.

**Teachers:**
The teachers are the expert in their subjects and have a wonderful success record with students. Most of the teachers are working with schools and carry good number of years teaching experience.

This phase is mostly discussion and self-learning phase. The teachers will empower every student to study on their own and bring in the doubts for their subject to look at. The marking scheme needs to be followed but concept understanding is the most important thing. This helps in solving exams which are mostly application oriented.

**Success:**
Champs Learning is proud for the great success of all our students. Each student at Year 13 – A level, has achieved minimum A grade in their respective subjects and secured admission to the desired course of their choice at university level. In 2020 – 25% of our student secured an admission in Oxbridge and Imperial college.

Algebraic Expressions

Quadratics

Equations & inequalities

Graphs & transformations

Straight line graphs

Circles

Algebraic methods

The Binomial Expansion

Trigonometric ratios

Trig identities & equations

Vectors

Differentiation

Integration

Exponentials & Logarithms

Data Collection

Location & Spread

Representations of Data

Correlation & Linear Regression

Probability

Statistical Distributions

Hypothesis Testing

Constant Acceleration

Forces & Motion

Variable Acceleration

Proof

Complex numbers

Matrices

Further algebra and functions

Further calculus

Further vectors

Polar coordinates

Hyperbolic functions

Differential equations

Further Trigonometry

Further calculus

Further differential equations

Coordinate systems

Further vectors

Further numerical methods

Inequalities

Groups

Further calculus

Further matrix algebra

Further matrix algebra

Further complex numbers

Number theory

Further sequences and series

Discrete probability distributions

Poisson & binomial distributions

Geometric and negative binomial distributions

Hypothesis Testing

Central Limit Theorem

Chi Squared Test

Probability generating functions

Quality of test

Linear Regression

Continuous probability distributions

Correlation

Combinations of random variables

Estimation, confidence intervals and test using a normal distribution

Other Hypothesis Tests and confidence intervals

Confidence intervals and tests using the t-distributions

Momentum and impulse

Work, energy and power

Elastic strings and springs and elastic energy

Elastic collisions in one dimension

Elastic collisions in two dimensions

Motion in a circle

Centres of mass of plane figures

Further centres of mass

Further dynamics

Further kinematics

Algorithms and graph theory

Algorithms on graphs

Algorithms on graphs 2

Critical path analysis

Linear programming

Transportation problems

Allocation (assignment) problems

Flows in networks

Dynamic programming

Game theory

Recurrence relations

Decision analysis

Measurements and their errors

Particles and radiation

Waves

Mechanics and materials

Electricity

Further mechanics and thermal physics

Fields and their consequences

Nuclear physics

Astrophysics

Medical physics

Engineering physics

Turning points in physics

Electronics

Physical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Biological molecules

Cells

Organisms exchange substances with their environment

Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms

Energy transfers in and between organisms

Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments

Genetics, populations, evolution and ecosystems

The control of gene expression

- Sessions per week : One
- Total no of sessions : 42
- Total no of class tests : 8
- Students per class : 5

- Sessions per week : One
- Total no of sessions : 42
- Total no of class tests : 8
- Students per class : 5

- Sessions per week : One
- Total no of sessions : 42
- Total no of class tests : 8
- Students per class : 5

- Sessions per week : One
- Total no of sessions : 42
- Total no of class tests : 8
- Students per class : 5

- Sessions per week : One
- Total no of sessions : 42
- Total no of class tests : 8
- Students per class : 5