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PostPosted: Thu Apr 28, 2016 9:57 am 
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Dear all

I am currently preping my daughter for the upcoming Tiffin Girls Entrance this October.
I think I have hit the ceiling in terms of my capabilties. Can anyone advise on the best way forward in terms of group tuition or 1:1?
What is the best way? How do you keep the prep interesting? Do you mix different styles and books? Has anyone used BOFA?

In anticipation
GIJOTMUM


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PostPosted: Tue May 03, 2016 5:21 pm 
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I too preped my son for one of the Sutton GS last year. Almost all of it was DIY.

All I can advise is that do not do the same thing over and over. Change the routine, also bear in mind that they will have to pass the 2nd stage exam (I think Tiffin Girls has 2nd stage?) , so keep that in mind and prep for that as well.

You may want to consider some extra tuition as to whether it is 1:1 to group very much depends on your child and how deep your pocket is? For me it did do some good but was not the 'deal clincher' so to speak.


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