The Short Version

1. Classes and Study Groups

Students attend weekly classes and groups to learn, absorb, and engage in topics. Following each class, quizzes and or assignments become available for completion by the students.

2. Exams and Courses

They say practice makes perfect. Well, we have a dedicated app just for practicing quizzes and mock exam questions simulating exam conditions. These tools help us monitor and assess progress.

3. Get Help and Support

We all need help from time-to-time. It’s crucial to get help when you need it the most. Students can request help and support outside the class - via email, video messages and even live chat.





BTW 🤔 🖐️
To keep things simple, we give you the choice. You can “have it all” or use just use the classes or the self-paced courses to practice questions. You are in charge 😉.

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The Long Version

There are so many learning platforms out there - many of them are all signing, all dancing with all the bells and whistles. However, even in this digital age, learning is still about absorbing information and practice. And teachers are at the centre of this, as they explain it all to us, and help us understand when we don’t.

Most of these fancy platforms don’t work because they are just “glorified” text books. Many students buy books and pre-recorded video courses and don’t even complete 10% - and that’s not an exaggeration.

It’s a bit like gym membership. Using the gym example, gym goers who attend fitness classes or have a personal trainer not only attend regularly, but exceed their own expectations. This is because of the attention they receive and the social contract we make with each other. Learning in a class environment is not that different. When we pay for live classes, we feel far more obliged to attend and complete them as opposed to one where there is no human engagement, e.g. a prerecorded lesson or an ebook.