2023 EXAMS

TOUGH TOPICS

If you’re following the timetable you’re going to encounter some tough topics this half term. Physicists have momentum and moments, chemists have ionic formulas and dot cross diagrams. Biologists have the kidneys. We have made sure you have plenty of revision time at the end of the course. If these are proving a challenge spending another week or two on them will not hinder you. Get in touch if you’ve tried to work through the lesson fully and are still struggling.

TUTOR SUPPORT

Contact a tutor via message on your account.  Click the speech bubble in the top right hand corner and search for ‘Tutor’. You can also email questions@swscienceschool.co.uk.

If you want help live with science questions please join the drop in Q&A sessions on Friday between 2.45 – 4.45pm. These are on zoom and the meeting ID is 850 803 9897 

ADMIN & IT SUPPORT

Contact via info@swscienceschool.co.uk

If you wish to report an issue with the course, for example a video appears to run slowly for you or you believe there is an error you can use the report an issue button above your lesson folders.  

WHAT HAPPENS IF EXAMS ARE CANCELLED AGAIN?

We don’t need to be thinking about exams just yet. However, in the interests of preparation we will use your marked work (end of year exam and practical tests (yet to be taken if you’re following the timetable)) as evidence of course completion. If requested by the exam centre we can provide further pieces you’ve already completed. In addition, exam centres will require an invigilated exam which we will complete online as close to the original exam date as possible.