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Prepare for ACT with Tutors in Dubai


Our experienced tutors prepare students from Dubai for ACT Tests.

How to prepare for the ACT ?

  1. First, register for the ACT at
  2.  familiarized yourself format and structure of ACT.
  3. Start practicing past papers( one or two first)
  4. Then identify your weaknesses and look for the test content
  5. Revise test content and make study plan.
  6. Finally, attempt past papers in actual test conditions.

Tutors in Dubai: How to chose A Level Complete Guide 

Choosing A-levels

As a minimum, students will usually choose four AS-level subjects, one of which will be dropped at A2. General Studies is a compulsory fifth AS or even A2 subject at many schools, but will not usually count towards university admissions. It doesn’t require much extra study, however.

One general piece of advice is: don’t take courses that are too similar. For instance, Biology is very similar to Human Biology. While it’s good to be fairly focused, it’s better to demonstrate a wider breadth of knowledge and skills by picking complementary but different fields, such as Biology and Chemistry.

It’s also worth remembering that exam boards differ. For instance, OCR is reputed to be harder for Maths than AQA or Edexcel. While you probably won’t have any choice in which exam board you use unless you’re self-studying the subject in question, it’s worth looking up which exam board your school uses so you can be sure the kind of assessment you’ll receive will suit you.…/…

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IB Group 2 Subjects

The Group 2: Language acquisition (previously Second Language) subjects of the IB Diploma Programme consist of the nearly 80 additional languages offered and may be studied at the following levels: B (SL or HL), or ab initio (SL only).Latin and Classical Greekare also offered and may be taken at SL or HL. To earn an IB Diploma, a candidate must study an additional language, though a second Language A may be taken instead of studying that language as a Group 2 subject.