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Galway School of Maths is a grinds school centrally located in Galway city that specialises in providing mathematics tuition to second level students at very competitive rates.
Outside of classroom and grinds there are also many techniques that may be used to improve the effectiveness of your study. When developing your study timetable the following tips can help you maximise the effectiveness of your efforts.
A new website created in Mayo, www.TheMathsTutor.ie, had its official launch at the MathsFest 2012 education show in Cork on Saturday October 20.
Better Grades Grinds School commences evening and weekend classes in Tuam and Castlebar on Saturday September 24 for Junior and Leaving Certificate students. There are a wide variety of classes on offer covering all subjects and levels, including English, Irish and Mathematics, French, Biology and Agri-Science.
Congratulations are due to the 58,000 or so students who got their Leaving Cert results this week. One chapter in their constantly evolving autobiography has just been finished, and the first few lines of the next chapter are forming ahead of them. The direction their lives will take from now on is still very much up in the air despite the number of points they have managed to accumulate over a fortnight in June after a six-year slog that brought them from childhood to the verge of adulthood.
Better Grades Grinds School is now open in Castlebar offering a wide range of subjects for Junior and Leaving Certificate students. Classes are run on Saturdays out of GMIT Castlebar and are competitively priced at €17.50 per class when students register for two classes.
Better Grades Grinds School is commencing classes in Tuam this week and in GMIT Castlebar Campus from Monday February 7 offering evening and Saturday tuition for Junior and Leaving Certificate students.
An A-grade student has taken the unusual step of selling Leaving Certificate notes, starting at €40 a pop, on the online auction site eBay.ie in order to help finance his third-level education.
The latest list of feeder schools to third level education published this week shows that the numbers of students who sit their Leaving Certificate and go on to third level education is still very high. One school in the county, St Gerald’s College, Castlebar, had 98 students sit the Leaving Cert in 2009, and according to the report 100 per cent of them went on to third level with NUI Galway the top choice for those students, with 28 going there.