Patience is a virtue, or is it? Sometimes you need a certain grade yesterday. However, until they invent a time machine, Fast Tracking is your next best option. Depending on which course you choose to study, each will have a recommended amount of guided learning hours. This is the minimum amount of study time recommended for the course in preparation for the exam.
It is easier to visualise how Fast-Tracking works with an example. Any GCSE course undertaken has a recommended 120 guided learning hours. Breaking down a 120 hour course into 4 weeks, you would need to be able to commit to 30 hours per week of studying. It is entirely up to you the amount of time you can commit to studying.
Do remember though that depending on the examination you will be sitting, you may be restricted to when you can sit your exam. GCSE examinations for example are held twice a year in January and May/June. It is recommended that you aim to book your examinations 4 months in advance. Additionally, we would advise that you contact a few exam centres and find out the best price.
We offer 12 month and 24 month tutor support depending on which course you take. So if you do change your mind about fast tracking a course, you can take it at a slower pace and still use the tutor support should you ever need it. With this flexibility, in the unfortunate event you ever fall ill, have a change of circumstances or go on holiday we can put your studies on hold for as long as you like. Just let us know when you want to continue studying and we can reactivate your account!