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Free HPAT Preparation Courses

We are running FREE HPAT courses in September 2018. These courses will available to book soon.

At these courses you will get the following for free:

  1. 2 hours of expert tuition with Ireland’s leading HPAT teacher
  2. Notes on one-third of the HPAT exam
  3. Seven days of access to our online HPAT platform

Irish for Primary School Teaching

This is a specially-designed course for students who wish to gain entry to Teacher Training College and require a H5 (50-59%) or above in Higher Level Irish in the Leaving Certificate.

Students will get notes on the composition, focusing on the most likely essay titles for June 2018. The course will cover simple shortcuts to help students raise their grade, along with guidance on how to avoid the common mistakes made in this section.

Rónán Murdock proudly holds a 100% success rate. Since the course’s first year in 2013 every single student has obtained the Honour necessary to get into Teaching college. He is available for consultation before or after the course.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the author of several Irish textbooks, is an experienced Irish speaker and has taught at a Gaelscoil. He is a popular teacher amongst students because of his ability for instilling confidence in them due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme. Rónán proudly holds a 100% success rate. Since the course’s first year in 2013 every single student has obtained the Honour necessary to get into Teaching college.

Maths

By the time you leave this Maths course, you will have received past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. Our Mathematics Department has designed the 1st Year course to cover the foundations of the Maths Syllabus. Our tailored course follows the objectives of the Project Maths Syllabus, where the understanding and development of skills are of equal importance. Our course gives students a head-start before their classes get streamed in their day school.

About the Teacher: David’s ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of Project Maths. His teaching methods are unique and are tailored to the Project Maths Syllabus, meaning he is a specialised Project Maths teacher. David is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association, and is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus.

English

This English course focuses on building strong English foundations that will help build students confidence in the years to come.

Gavin CowzerAbout the teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

Irish

In this Irish course, students will be shown how to pick up as many marks as possible without wasting any time. They will receive clear, concise and quality notes that are easy to understand.

About the teacher: Séadhan Perry is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme. His teaching style is focused on covering the curriculum in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions.

Séadhan is a popular teacher due to his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject.

Business Studies

This course will give students the tools necessary to excel in the upcoming academic year. Students will have an insight into the questions that will most likely appear in June 2018. The course will be exam-focused. Students will also receive the Holy Grail set of notes, which will help them understand the examiners’ marking scheme.

About the teacher: As an experienced examiner, Martin Quinn brings with him a deep understanding of the curriculum and marking scheme. Martin's extensive knowledge of the Business Studies syllabus, complemented by his ability to relate to students, means he is fully equipped to prepare students to achieve their maximum capabilities.

Maths

By the time you leave this Maths course, you will have received past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. You will benefit greatly from a set of notes called the Holy Grail, which outlines how to take advantage of the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: David’s ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of Project Maths. His teaching methods are unique and are tailored to the Project Maths Syllabus, meaning he is a specialised Project Maths teacher. David is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association, and is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus.

English

This English course focuses on building the techniques that the examiner expects you to be able to both use and analyse. You will be confident that you have our formula with which to successfully manage the probable exam questions.

This course concentrates on, firstly, building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then providing the confidence to be able to supply it. As our teachers have said over the years: “It is a myth that English can’t be trained for”.

Gavin CowzerAbout the teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

French

This course will give students the tools necessary to excel in the upcoming State Examinations. Students will have an insight into the questions that will most likely appear in June 2018. The course will be exam-focused. Students will also receive our comprehensive A1 study notes, which will help them understand the examiners’ marking scheme.

About the teacher: As an experienced State Examiner, Camilla Rye brings with her a deep understanding of the French syllabus and marking scheme. Camilla's extensive knowledge of the curriculum, coupled with her passion for teaching French, means she is fully equipped to prepare students to achieve their maximum capabilities.

Irish

In this Irish course, students will be shown how to pick up as many marks as possible without wasting any time. They will receive clear, concise and quality notes that are easy to understand.

About the teacher: Séadhan Perry is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme. His teaching style is focused on covering the curriculum in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions.

Séadhan is a popular teacher due to his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject.

Maths

By the time you leave this Maths course, you will have received past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. You will benefit greatly from a set of notes called the Holy Grail, which outlines how to take advantage of the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Science

This Science course will ensure students get the most marks possible in a tricky, no-choice exam. Students will study questions from topics throughout the course, and will go home confident in the material covered.

About the Teacher: David Lewis' ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of the Science syllabus. As an examination corrector, David is adept at understanding the mistakes for which students frequently lose marks. He is the author of several sample examination papers.

Maths

The Mathematics Department of The Dublin School of Grinds has designed the 4th Year course to cover the foundations of the Higher Level syllabus. This course provides a comprehensive and solid basis for further study in the year ahead. Our tailored course follows the objectives of the Project Maths Syllabus, where the understanding and development of skills are of equal importance. Our course give students a head-start before their classes get streamed in school.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Accounting

This course gives students an insight into what they can expect in June 2019. A key element will be to focus on the previous exam questions and also on how to pick up easy marks. Each student will receive a full set of notes, which will be essential to improving exam grades.

Paul Conway About the teacher: Paul Conway is one of the leading Accounting teachers in Ireland and is highly experienced in guiding students to exam success. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. He is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks and is known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject.

Agricultural Science

This course is for 5th Year and 6th Year students.

The key focus of this course will be to examine the topics highly probable to appear in the Leaving Certificate examination, such as Soils, Genetics, Animal and Crop production, experiments and scientific explanations. This course will also provide an extensive insight into good answering technique in order to maximise your marks and improve your grades.

About the teacher: Iain Wallace has spent 15 years teaching Agricultural Science. In this time he has built up considerable experience in the subject working as a local facilitator for the Professional Development Service for Teachers and editing study notes for the Irish Farmers Journal weekly study guides. He utilises this experience to enable his students to master the course content, key answering skills and techniques needed in order to maximise grades.

Accounting

This course gives students an insight into what they can expect in June 2018. The course will expose students to the two Financial Accounting sections on the exam paper, in addition to the important Management Accounting section. A key element will be to focus on the previous exam questions and also on how to pick up easy marks. Each student will also receive a full set of notes, which will be essential to improving exam grades.

Paul Conway About the teacher: Paul Conway is one of the leading Accounting teachers in Ireland and is highly experienced in guiding students to exam success. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. He is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks and is known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject.

Agricultural Science

The key focus of this course will be to examine the topics highly probable to appear in June 2018, such as Soils, Genetics, Animal and Crop production, experiments and scientific explanations. This course will also provide an extensive insight into effective answering technique in order to maximise your marks and improve your grades.

About the teacher: Iain Wallace has spent 15 years teaching Agricultural Science. In this time he has built up considerable experience in the subject working as a local facilitator for the Professional Development Service for Teachers and editing study notes for the Irish Farmers Journal weekly study guides. He utilises this experience to enable his students to master the course content, key answering skills and techniques needed in order to maximise grades.

Applied Maths

With the Applied Maths syllabus not having changed in decades, this is a subject that can be rigorously trained for. By attending these grinds, students will have an intimate knowledge of what to expect in the exam in June 2019, with a particular emphasis on the marking scheme and question appearance this year. You will receive comprehensive notes including probable exam questions, as devised and selected by our teacher.

About the teacher: Kieran Mills' experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject. Kieran has 25 years' experience teaching. He has co-written several books, including The Power of Maths series of Junior and Leaving Certificate Textbooks, trusted by thousands of students around the country. Kieran has also been an expert contributor on Maths for RTÉ Radio.  

Biology

Students attending this course will receive a tailored set of notes, called the Bankers Bible, which can be learned off by heart. This set of notes can be worth up to one quarter of the Biology exam. Students will also benefit greatly from a set of notes called ‘How to beat the Examiner’, which outlines how to benefit from a deep understanding of the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Wesley Hammond has established himself as the leading Biology teacher in Ireland. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. As an examination corrector, Wesley is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

Business

Students will be given a valuable insight into the marking scheme, focusing on how answers must be structured. This course is essential for 5th year students as it helps prevent them from developing any bad habits in answering questions.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head of the Business Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. He is the author of the Leaving Certificate Business Revision textbook, and is a popular teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

Maths

About the Teacher: David’s ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of Project Maths. His teaching methods are unique and are tailored to the Project Maths Syllabus, meaning he is a specialised Project Maths teacher. David is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association, and is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus.

Chemistry

Topics in this course are specifically chosen to ensure maximum preparation for the exam in June 2019. Past and possible Leaving Certificate questions will be provided, along with solutions. Strategies to maximise grades will be given, with particular emphasis on the marking scheme.

  About the Teacher: Lynn Anderson engages with and instils confidence in students, due to her mastery of the Chemistry syllabus. Her experience working as an examiner for the State Examination Commission gives her an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. Lynn is a committee member of the Dublin branch of the Irish Science Teachers' Association.

Business Studies

This course will give students the tools necessary to excel in the upcoming exam. Students will have an insight into the questions that will most likely appear. The course will be exam-focused. Students will also receive the “Holy Grail” set of notes, which will help them understand the examiners’ marking scheme.

About the teacher: As an experienced examiner, Martin Quinn brings with him a deep understanding of the curriculum and marking scheme. Martin's extensive knowledge of the Business Studies syllabus, complemented by his ability to relate to students, means he is fully equipped to prepare students to achieve their maximum capabilities.

Accounting

This course will expose students to the two Financial Accounting sections on the exam paper, in addition to the important Management Accounting section. A key element will be to focus on the previous exam questions and also on how to pick up easy marks. Each student will also receive a full set of notes, which will be essential to improving exam grades.

 

Paul Conway About the teacher: Paul Conway is one of the leading Accounting teachers in Ireland and is highly experienced in guiding students to exam success. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. He is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks and is known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject.

Agricultural Science

Note: This is a 6th Year course which 5th Year students are welcome to attend.

The key focus of this course will be to examine the topics highly probable to appear in June 2017, such as Soils, Genetics, Animal and Crop production, experiments and scientific explanations. This course will also provide an extensive insight into good answering technique in order to maximise your marks and improve your grades.

About the teacher: Iain Wallace has spent 15 years teaching Agricultural Science. In this time he has built up considerable experience in the subject working as a local facilitator for the Professional Development Service for Teachers and editing study notes for the Irish Farmers Journal weekly study guides. He utilises this experience to enable his students to master the course content, key answering skills and techniques needed in order to maximise grades.

Applied Maths

With the Applied Maths syllabus not having changed in decades, this is a subject that can be rigorously trained for. By attending this course, students will have an intimate knowledge of what to expect in the exam in June 2018, with a particular emphasis on the marking scheme and question appearance this year.

About the teacher: Kieran Mills' experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject. Kieran has 25 years' experience teaching. He has co-written several books, including The Power of Maths series of Junior and Leaving Certificate Textbooks, trusted by thousands of students around the country. Kieran has also been an expert contributor on Maths for RTÉ Radio.  

Biology

Students attending this course will receive a tailored set of notes, called the Bankers Bible, which can be learned off by heart. This set of notes can be worth up to one quarter of the Biology exam. You will also benefit greatly from a set of notes called ‘How to beat the Examiner’, which outlines how to benefit from a deep understanding of the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Wesley Hammond has established himself as the leading Biology teacher in Ireland. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. As an examination corrector, Wesley is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

Business

Students will be given a valuable insight into the marking scheme, focusing on how answers must be structured. This course is essential for 5th year students as it helps prevent them from developing any bad habits in answering questions.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head of the Business Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. He is the author of the Leaving Certificate Business Revision textbook, and is a popular teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

Chemistry

Topics in this course are specifically chosen to ensure maximum preparation for the exam in June 2018. Past and possible Leaving Certificate questions will be provided, along with solutions. Strategies to maximise grades will be given, with particular emphasis on the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Sinéad Nolan is the Head of the Chemistry Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. With over 10 years' experience, Sinéad has taught students who have achieved full marks (400/400 = 100%) in their Leaving Certificate Examination.  

Irish for Primary School Teaching

This course is designed for students who wish to gain entry to Teacher Training College and require a H5 (50-59%) or above in Higher Level Irish in the Leaving Certificate. This course is suitable for mature students or students repeating the Leaving Certificate.

 

 

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the author of several Irish textbooks, is an experienced Irish speaker and has taught at a Gaelscoil. He is a popular teacher amongst students because of his ability for instilling confidence in them due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme. Rónán proudly holds a 100% success rate. Since the course’s first year in 2013 every single student has obtained the Honour necessary to get into Teaching college.

Accounting

This course gives students an insight into what they can expect in June 2017. The course will expose students to the two Financial Accounting sections on the exam paper, in addition to the important Management Accounting section. A key element will be to focus on the previous exam questions and also on how to pick up easy marks. Each student will also receive a full set of notes, which will be essential to improving exam grades.

Paul Conway About the teacher: Paul Conway is one of the leading Accounting teachers in Ireland and is highly experienced in guiding students to exam success. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. He is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks and is known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject.

Agricultural Science

The key focus of this course will be to examine the topics highly probable to appear in June 2017, such as Soils, Genetics, Animal and Crop production, experiments and scientific explanations. This course will also provide an extensive insight into good answering technique in order to maximise your marks and improve your grades.

About the teacher: Iain Wallace has spent 15 years teaching Agricultural Science. In this time he has built up considerable experience in the subject working as a local facilitator for the Professional Development Service for Teachers and editing study notes for the Irish Farmers Journal weekly study guides. He utilises this experience to enable his students to master the course content, key answering skills and techniques needed in order to maximise grades.

Applied Maths

With the syllabus not having changed in decades, this is a subject that can be rigorously trained for. By attending this course, students will have an intimate knowledge of what to expect in the exam in June. There will be a particular emphasis on the marking scheme and question appearance this year. You will receive comprehensive notes including probable exam questions, as devised and selected by our teacher, and book author, Kieran Mills.

About the teacher: Kieran Mills' experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject. Kieran has 25 years' experience teaching. He has co-written several books, including The Power of Maths series of Junior and Leaving Certificate Textbooks, trusted by thousands of students around the country. Kieran has also been an expert contributor on Maths for RTÉ Radio.  

Biology

Students attending this grind will receive a tailored set of notes, called the Bankers Bible, which can be learned off by heart. This set of notes can be worth up to one quarter of the Biology exam. You will also benefit greatly from a set of notes called, How to beat the Examiner, which outlines how to benefit from a deep understanding of the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Wesley Hammond has established himself as the leading Biology teacher in Ireland. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. As an examination corrector, Wesley is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

Economics

Students will get exam focused notes covering Supply, Demand and Elasticity. This course will provide students with the essential foundations of these important topics, which links into many other sections of the syllabus.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head Economics teacher at The Dublin School of Grinds. In 2012, just 3% of students nationwide got an A1 in Leaving Certificate Economics; however, 32% of Rónán's students achieved A1s. Rónán is the author of the Leaving Certificate Economics Revision textbook, and is a popular  teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

English

This English course focuses on building the techniques that the examiner expects you to be able to both use and analyse. You will be confident that you have our formula, with which to navigate the probable exam questions.

This course focuses on firstly building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then providing the confidence to be able to supply it. As our teachers have said over the years: It is a myth that English can’t be trained for.

Gavin CowzerAbout the teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

French

By the time you leave this course you will possess a host of past and likely exam questions, including full solutions. There will be a heavy emphasis on your game plan for the exam and a focus on the Chief Examiner’s reports and marking schemes.

About the Teacher: Lisa Fitzpatrick is the Head of the Foreign Languages Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. She has written several Leaving Certificate textbooks, and is a member of the French Teachers' Association of Ireland. Lisa has given teaching workshops to teachers nationwide.  

Geography

This course is for 5th Year and 6th Year students.

By the end of this course, you will have multiple essays with 15 SRPs in each. You will receive a pull-out sheet at the end of each essay in which you can write your 15 SRPs using the notes and a trigger-word section.

About the Teacher: Wesley Hammond's unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. As an examination corrector, Wesley is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

Maths

By the time you leave this course, you will have received past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. Our Mathematics Department has designed the 1st Year course to cover the foundations of the Maths Syllabus. Our tailored course follows the objectives of the Project Maths Syllabus, where the understanding and development of skills are of equal importance. Our course gives students a head-start before their classes get streamed in their day school.

About the Teacher: David’s ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of Project Maths. His teaching methods are unique and are tailored to the Project Maths Syllabus, meaning he is a specialised Project Maths teacher. David is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association, and is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus.

Maths

By the time you leave this course, you will have received past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. Our Mathematics Department has designed the 2nd Year course to give students the strongest foundation before moving to 3rd Year and the all-important Junior Certificate Examination.

About the Teacher: David’s ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of Project Maths. His teaching methods are unique and are tailored to the Project Maths Syllabus, meaning he is a specialised Project Maths teacher. David is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association, and is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus.

Business Studies

This course will give students the tools necessary to excel in the upcoming academic year. Students will have an insight into the questions that will most likely appear in June 2017. The course will be heavily exam-focused. Students will also receive the Holy Grail set of notes, which will help them understand the examiners’ marking scheme.

About the teacher: As an experienced examiner, Martin Quinn brings with him a deep understanding of the curriculum and marking scheme. Martin's extensive knowledge of the Business Studies syllabus, complemented by his ability to relate to students, means he is fully equipped to prepare students to achieve their maximum capabilities.

English

This English course focuses on building the techniques that the examiner expects you to be able to both use and analyse. You will be confident that you have our formula, with which to successfully manage the probable exam questions.

This grind concentrates on, firstly, building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then providing the confidence to be able to supply it. As our teachers have said over the years: “It is a myth that English can’t be trained for”.

Gavin CowzerAbout the teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

Irish

In a relaxed environment, the students will be shown how to pick up as many marks as possible without wasting any time. They will receive clear, concise and quality notes that are easy for the students to understand.

John Sheanon copy2About the Teacher: John Sheanon is known for his ability to stimulate his students' interest in Irish. Having previously taught in the Gaeltacht and given Irish Junior and Leaving Cert grinds for many years now, John is fully equipped to prepare students to achieve their maximum capabilities. 

Maths

By the time you leave this course, you will have received past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. You will benefit greatly from a set of notes called the Holy Grail, which outlines how to take advantage of the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Science

This course will ensure students get the most marks possible in a tricky, no-choice exam. Students will study questions from topics throughout the course, and will go home confident in the material covered.

About the Teacher: David Lewis' ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of the Science syllabus. As an examination corrector, David is adept at understanding the mistakes for which students frequently lose marks. He is the author of several sample examination papers.

Maths (H)

The Mathematics Department of The Dublin School of Grinds has designed the 4th Year course to cover the foundations of the Higher Level syllabus. This course provides a comprehensive and solid basis for further study in the year ahead. Our tailored classes follow the objectives of the Project Maths Syllabus, where the understanding and development of skills are of equal importance. Our course gives students a head-start before their classes get streamed in school.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

German

This course is for 5th Year and 6th Year students.

The German exam is notorious for students running out of time. This course will provide students with a strategy on how they can effectively answer certain sections, such as the heavily weighted reading comprehension section, in a time efficient manner. This will allow students more time, which they can apply to the written letter/essay section, where marks can be easily picked up.

History

This course is for 5th Year and 6th Year students.

The History course prioritises essential key content and the most important personalities from course topics. Exam strategy that promotes time-management and awareness of the marking scheme will be addressed. Also, good essay writing technique will be explained with sample essays to demonstrate how higher grades can be achieved. A concise set of notes will be provided for each student and a glossary of key terms will supplement each Case Study.

About the teacher: With over 16 years of teaching experience, Kieran Roche brings his extensive experience as a History expert to The Dublin School of Grinds. Kieran has worked for the State Examination Commission as both a corrector and an examiner, giving him a unique insight into the State Exams. As well as his work for the State Examination Commission, Kieran has been published in, and regularly contributes to, History Ireland Magazine. 48% of Kieran’s students achieved an A1 grade in a recent Leaving Certificate Examination. Nationwide, just 7% of students received an A1. 

Applied Maths

With the Applied Maths Syllabus not having changed in decades, this is a subject that can be rigorously trained for. By attending this course, students will have an intimate knowledge of what to expect in the exam in June 2018, with a particular emphasis on the marking scheme and question appearance. Students will receive comprehensive notes including probable exam questions, as devised and selected by our teacher.

About the teacher: Kieran Mills' experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject. Kieran has 25 years' experience teaching. He has co-written several books, including The Power of Maths series of Junior and Leaving Certificate Textbooks, trusted by thousands of students around the country. Kieran has also been an expert contributor on Maths for RTÉ Radio.  

Maths (O)

This course is for 5th Year and 6th Year students.

With Project Maths beginning to settle, predictable trends are now being identified. We will show you the shortcuts to take full advantage of this. Each student will also receive a full set of notes, with solutions, which will be essential in improving exam grades.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Biology

Students attending this grind will receive a tailored set of notes, called the Bankers Bible, which can be learned off by heart. This set of notes can be worth up to one quarter of the Biology exam. Students will also benefit greatly from a set of notes called, How to beat the Examiner, which outlines how to benefit from a deep understanding of the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Wesley Hammond has established himself as the leading Biology teacher in Ireland. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. As an examination corrector, Wesley is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

Irish

Students will get notes on the composition covering the most common questions. The course will cover simple shortcuts to help students raise their grade along with guidance on how to avoid the common mistakes made. Students will also be given guidance on what areas to prioritise in 5th Year along with a breakdown of the marks allocated for each section.

About the teacher: Séadhan Perry is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme. His teaching style is focused on covering the curriculum in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions.

Séadhan is a popular teacher due to his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject.

Business

Students will be given an essential insight into the marking scheme, focusing on points they must make and details on how answers must be structured.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head of the Business Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. He is the author of the Leaving Certificate Business Revision textbook, and is a popular teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

Chemistry

Topics in this grind are specifically chosen to ensure maximum choice in June 2018. Past and possible Leaving Certificate questions will be provided, along with solutions. Strategies to maximise grades will be given, with particular emphasis on the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Lynn Anderson engages with and instils confidence in students, due to her mastery of the Chemistry syllabus. Her experience working as an examiner for the State Examination Commission gives her an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. Lynn is a committee member of the Dublin branch of the Irish Science Teachers' Association.
 
 About the Teacher: Emer O’Reilly has experience in teaching Chemistry students of all abilities and her in-depth knowledge of the Chemistry syllabus instills confidence in her students at all levels. Her experience working as an examiner for the State Examinations Commission gives her an understanding of the exam system that is invaluable in the classroom. She is an active member of the Irish Science Teachers Association and the Irish Maths Teachers Association.
 

Economics

Students will receive a comprehensive introduction to the Economics syllabus. Exam-focused notes and expert teaching will ensure students have a firm grasp of the marking scheme and what is needed to fully exploit it.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head Economics teacher at The Dublin School of Grinds. In 2012, just 3% of students nationwide got an A1 in Leaving Certificate Economics; however, 32% of Rónán's students achieved A1s. Rónán is the author of the Leaving Certificate Economics Revision textbook, and is a popular  teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

English

This English course focuses on building the techniques that the examiner expects you to be able to both use and analyse. You will be confident that you have our formula, with which to successfully manage the probable exam questions.

This course focuses on, firstly, building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then providing the confidence to be able to supply it. As our teachers have said over the years: “It is a myth that English can’t be trained for.”

 

Michael Ruaidhri Deasy 6th Year English Grinds in DublinAbout the Teacher: Michael Ruaidhrí Deasy is the Head English teacher at The Dublin School of Grinds. He has been an advisor to some of Ireland's leading textbook publishers regarding the new English Syllabus, and has worked for The State Examinations Commission. In recent Leaving Certificate results, 36{6a0c756c1737f4c8ed1de5e3da828d9971bd449c577ad2ce21974011d179d728} of Michael Ruaidhrí's students achieved an A1. Nationwide, this figure was just 4{6a0c756c1737f4c8ed1de5e3da828d9971bd449c577ad2ce21974011d179d728}. This can be explained by his ability to teach English as a formula that every student can follow, eliminating the air of mystery, and sometimes confusion, around the subject and its marking scheme.

 
   

Gavin CowzerAbout the Teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

 
About the Teacher: Ciarán Hartigan has been teaching English to the highest level for over 10 years and brings an organised and methodical approach to his teaching.  Holding a Masters in Drama and Theatre Studies, he provides original insights into works of literature and couples this with practical advice on structuring responses and arguments.  Drawing on years of experience as a Leaving Certificate examiner with the State Exams Commission, he provides students with dependable techniques and strategies for success.

French

By the time you leave this course, you will possess a host of past and likely exam questions, including full solutions. There will be a major emphasis on your game plan for the exam and a focus on the Chief Examiner’s reports and marking schemes.

About the Teacher: Lisa Fitzpatrick is the Head of the Foreign Languages Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. She has written several Leaving Certificate textbooks, and is a member of the French Teachers' Association of Ireland. Lisa has given teaching workshops to teachers nationwide.  

Geography

By the end of this course, you will have multiple essays with 15 SRPs in each. You will receive a pull-out sheet at the end of each essay in which you can write your 15 SRPs using the notes and a trigger-word section.

About the Teacher: Wesley Hammond's unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. As an examination corrector, Wesley is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

German

The German exam is notorious for students running out of time. This course will provide students with a strategy on how they can effectively answer certain sections, such as the heavily weighted reading comprehension section, in a time efficient manner. This will allow students more time, which they can apply to the written letter/essay section, where marks can be easily picked up.

About the Teacher: Genevieve Farrell is the head German teacher at the Dublin School of Grinds. She has 14 years experience teaching German and is the author of "Complete German Grammar" text book. Her unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the German syllabus.

Maths (H)

This course is extremely exam-focused, with a huge emphasis on taking advantage of the marking scheme. Students will receive a set of notes, including fully worked solutions, accounting for up to 10% of the whole course.

Kieran Mills Applied Maths Grinds in DublinAbout the teacher: Kieran Mills' experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject. Kieran has 25 years' experience teaching. He has co-written several books, including The Power of Maths series of Junior and Leaving Certificate Textbooks, trusted by thousands of students around the country. Kieran has also been an expert contributor on Maths for RTÉ Radio.

     

Physics

In this course, Physics will be broken down to its fundamentals. It will be shown that the Physics course is no more advanced than Junior Cert standard Maths and that the learning of definitions and experiments go a long way to ensuring a top grade in the exam.

About the Teacher: Kieran Mills has 25 years' experience teaching Physics. He has co-written several books including Leaving Certificate Sample Papers. He is also the co-author of the Physics Experiment Book, which is given free of charge to all Physics students at The Dublin School of Grinds. Kieran has been an expert contributor on Physics on RTÉ Radio.

Spanish

This course focuses on manipulating the exam to your advantage. Firstly, this course focuses on building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then on providing the confidence to be able to supply it. You will learn what your examiner is looking for and be given notes on key topics.

About the teacher: Lisa Fitzpatrick is the Head of the Foreign Languages Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. She has written several Leaving Certificate textbooks and is a member of the Spanish Teachers' Association of Ireland. Lisa has given teaching workshops to teachers nationwide.  

History

The History course prioritises essential key content and the most important personalities from course topics. Exam strategy that promotes time-management and awareness of the marking scheme will be addressed. Also, good essay writing technique will be explained with sample essays to demonstrate how higher grades can be achieved. A concise set of notes will be provided for each student and a glossary of key terms will supplement each Case Study.

About the teacher: With over 16 years of teaching experience, Kieran Roche brings his extensive experience as a History expert to The Dublin School of Grinds. Kieran has worked for the State Examination Commission as both a corrector and an examiner, giving him a unique insight into the State Exams. As well as his work for the State Examination Commission, Kieran has been published in, and regularly contributes to, History Ireland Magazine. 48% of Kieran’s students achieved an A1 grade in a recent Leaving Certificate Examination. Nationwide, just 7% of students received an A1. 

Irish

The course will cover simple shortcuts to help students raise their grade, along with guidance on how to avoid the common mistakes made in the exam. The marking scheme and how to fully exploit it will be emphasised.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the author of several Irish textbooks, is an experienced Irish speaker and has taught at a Gaelscoil. He is a popular teacher amongst students because of his ability for instilling confidence in them due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.  

Maths (H)

This course is noteworthy because of its exam-focused nature, with a huge emphasis on taking advantage of the marking scheme. Students receive a set of notes called the Bankers Bible, which includes all the items that can be learned off by heart. This set alone is worth 5% of the exam.

Rob Browne, Head Maths Teacher and The Dublin Academy of EducationAbout the teacher: Robert Browne has a unique ability to stimulate students' interest and is renowned for giving students confidence they thought wasn't there. He is a vastly experienced teacher, having taught at education workshops in Trinity College, Dublin. His experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths syllabus. He has appeared in the media leading discussions on Maths, syllabus content, teaching methods and exams. Robert teaches in a systematic and clear way that relates to students.

Maths (O)

With Project Maths beginning to settle, predictable trends are now being identified. We will show you the shortcuts to take full advantage of this. Each student will also receive a full set of notes, with solutions, which will be essential in improving exam grades.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Physics

In this course, Physics will be broken down to its fundamentals. It will be shown that the Physics course is no more advanced than Junior Cert standard Maths and that the learning of definitions and experiments go a long way to ensuring a top grade in the exam.

About the Teacher: Kieran Mills has 25 years' experience teaching Physics. He has co-written several books including Leaving Certificate Sample Papers. He is also the co-author of the Physics Experiment Book, which is given free of charge to all Physics students at The Dublin School of Grinds. Kieran has been an expert contributor on Physics on RTÉ Radio.

Business

Students will be given an essential insight into the marking scheme, focusing on points they must make and details on how answers must be structured.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head of the Business Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. He is the author of the Leaving Certificate Business Revision textbook, and is a popular teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

Maths

By the time you leave this course, you will have received past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. Our Mathematics Department has designed the 2nd Year course to give students the strongest possible foundation.

About the Teacher: David’s ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of Project Maths. His teaching methods are unique and are tailored to the Project Maths Syllabus, meaning he is a specialised Project Maths teacher. David is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association, and is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus.

Maths

By the time you leave this course, you will have received past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. Our Mathematics Department has designed the 1st Year course to cover the foundations of the Maths Syllabus.

About the Teacher: David’s ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of Project Maths. His teaching methods are unique and are tailored to the Project Maths Syllabus, meaning he is a specialised Project Maths teacher. David is a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers’ Association, and is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus.

English

This course is built on the fact that almost half of all the questions students will be answering on is material that they have never seen before. Students will receive fully worked notes and past paper examples of the most popular questions. All notes place a heavy emphasis on the value of understanding the marking scheme, and on using that knowledge to write a well-structured answer for the examiner.

Gavin CowzerAbout the teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

French

About the teacher: As an experienced State Examiner, Camilla Rye brings with her a deep understanding of the French syllabus and marking scheme. Camilla's extensive knowledge of the curriculum, coupled with her passion for teaching French, means she is fully equipped to prepare students to achieve their maximum capabilities.

Irish

This course is designed with the key objective of making the Irish language more approachable for students in preparation for exams in the coming years.

About the teacher: Séadhan Perry is specialised in providing students with a clear, fundamental understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme. His teaching style is focused on covering the curriculum in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions.

Séadhan is a popular teacher due to his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject.

Irish

This course is designed with the key objective of making this exam more approachable for students through developing universal answers which will cover them for any question which may appear in June. Students will learn about the “exam day plan”, highlighting the DO’s and DON’Ts for exam day, focusing on simple techniques that they can use to raise their grade.

About the teacher: Matthew Collins' ability to relate to students is complemented by his experience teaching in a Meanscoil Lán-Gaeilge as well as Coláistí Samhraidh during the summer.

Matthew's teaching style has a particular focus on maximising marks in the exam and his in-depth knowledge of the syllabus and marking scheme means he is fully equipped to prepare students to achieve their maximum capabilities.

Maths

By the time you leave this course you will have a host of past and likely exam questions, including fully worked solutions. You will benefit greatly from a set of notes called ‘The Holy Grail’, which outlines how to take advantage of the marking scheme. Note: Students will also receive our teacher’s predictions for Junior Certificate 2017.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Science

This course will ensure students get the most marks possible in tricky, but common exam questions. All notes are complete with every past paper question.

About the Teacher: David Lewis' ability to relate to students, engaging with them in ways that put students at ease, results in his students gaining a greater understanding of the Science syllabus. As an examination corrector, David is adept at understanding the mistakes for which students frequently lose marks. He is the author of several sample examination papers.

Maths

This course provides a comprehensive and solid basis for further study in the year ahead. Our tailored courses follow the objectives of the Project Maths Syllabus, where the understanding and development of skills are of equal importance.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Economics

The course will exploit the predictable nature of the Micro-economics element of the exam, whilst also forecasting the areas and issues the examiner is likely to question in the equally important Macro-economics section.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head Economics teacher at The Dublin School of Grinds. In 2012, just 3% of students nationwide got an A1 in Leaving Certificate Economics; however, 32% of Rónán's students achieved A1s. Rónán is the author of the Leaving Certificate Economics Revision textbook, and is a popular  teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

English

This English course focuses on building the techniques that the examiner expects you to be able to both use and analyse. You will be confident that you have our formula, with which to navigate the probable exam questions.

This course focuses on firstly building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then providing the confidence to be able to supply it. As our teachers have said over the years: It is a myth that English can’t be trained for.

Gavin CowzerAbout the teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

French

By the time you leave this course you will possess a host of past and likely exam questions, including full solutions. There will be a heavy emphasis on your game plan for the exam and a focus on the Chief Examiner’s reports and marking schemes.

About the Teacher: Lisa Fitzpatrick is the Head of the Foreign Languages Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. She has written several Leaving Certificate textbooks, and is a member of the French Teachers' Association of Ireland. Lisa has given teaching workshops to teachers nationwide.  

Geography

Note: This is a 6th Year course which 5th Year students are welcome to attend.

By the end of this course, you will have multiple essays with 15 SRPs in each. You will receive a pull-out sheet at the end of each essay in which you can write your 15 SRPs using the notes and a trigger-word section.

About the Teacher: Wesley Hammond has established himself as the leading Biology teacher in Ireland. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. As an examination corrector, Wesley is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

German

By the time you leave this course, you will possess a host of past and likely exam questions, including full solutions. There will be a major emphasis on your game plan for the exam and a focus on the Chief Examiner’s reports and marking schemes. We provide you with a host of past and potential exam questions along with the solutions. There will be emphasis put on your plan leading up the the exam and a focus placed on the following topics:

  • Fundamental knowledge of grammar put into practice in the writing techniques needed for the examination.
  • Reading Comprehensions (exam techniques & content)
  • Oral Exam Preparation topic by topic 
  • Aural Comprehension (exam technique & vocabulary)

 

 

About the Teacher: Genevieve Farrell is the head German teacher at the Dublin School of Grinds. She has 14 years experience teaching German and is the author of "Complete German Grammar" text book. Her unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the German syllabus.

History

Note: This is a 6th Year course which 5th Year students are welcome to attend.

The History course prioritises essential key content and the most important personalities from course topics. Exam strategy that promotes time-management and awareness of the marking scheme will be addressed. Also, good essay writing technique will be explained with sample essays to demonstrate how higher grades can be achieved. A concise set of notes will be provided for each student and a glossary of key terms will supplement each Case Study.

About the teacher: With over 16 years of teaching experience, Kieran Roche brings his extensive experience as a History expert to The Dublin School of Grinds. Kieran has worked for the State Examination Commission as both a corrector and an examiner, giving him a unique insight into the State Exams. As well as his work for the State Examination Commission, Kieran has been published in, and regularly contributes to, History Ireland Magazine. 48% of Kieran’s students achieved an A1 grade in a recent Leaving Certificate Examination. Nationwide, just 7% of students received an A1. 

Irish

Students will get notes on the composition covering the most common questions. The course will cover simple shortcuts to help students raise their grade along with guidance on how to avoid the common mistakes made. Students will also be given guidance on what areas to prioritise in 5th Year along with a breakdown of the marks allocated for each section.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the author of several Irish textbooks, is an experienced Irish speaker and has taught at a Gaelscoil. He is a popular teacher amongst students because of his ability for instilling confidence in them due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.  

Maths (H)

This course is extremely exam-focused, with a huge emphasis on taking advantage of the marking scheme. Students will receive a set of notes, including fully worked solutions, accounting for up to 10% of the whole course.

Kieran Mills Applied Maths Grinds in DublinAbout the teacher: Kieran Mills' experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in the subject. Kieran has 25 years' experience teaching. He has co-written several books, including The Power of Maths series of Junior and Leaving Certificate Textbooks, trusted by thousands of students around the country. Kieran has also been an expert contributor on Maths for RTÉ Radio.

     

Maths (O)

With Project Maths beginning to settle, predictable trends are now being identified. We will show you the shortcuts to take full advantage of this. Each student will also receive a full set of notes, with solutions, which will be essential to improving exam grades.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Physics

In this course, Physics will be broken down to its fundamentals. It will be shown that the Physics course is no more advanced than Junior Cert standard Maths and that the learning of definitions and experiments go a long way to ensuring a top grade in the exam.

About the Teacher: Kieran Mills has 25 years' experience teaching Physics. He has co-written several books including Leaving Certificate Sample Papers. He is also the co-author of the Physics Experiment Book, which is given free of charge to all Physics students at The Dublin School of Grinds. Kieran has been an expert contributor on Physics on RTÉ Radio.

Chemistry

Topics in this grind are specifically chosen to ensure maximum choice in June 2017. Past and possible Leaving Certificate questions will be provided, along with solutions. Strategies to maximise grades will be given, with particular emphasis on the marking scheme.

About the Teacher: Sinéad Nolan is the Head of the Chemistry Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. With over 10 years' experience, Sinéad has taught students who have achieved full marks (400/400 = 100%) in their Leaving Certificate Examination.  

Economics

Students will receive a comprehensive introduction to the Economics syllabus. Exam-focused notes and expert teaching will ensure students have a firm grasp of the marking scheme and what is needed to fully exploit it.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the Head Economics teacher at The Dublin School of Grinds. In 2012, just 3% of students nationwide got an A1 in Leaving Certificate Economics; however, 32% of Rónán's students achieved A1s. Rónán is the author of the Leaving Certificate Economics Revision textbook, and is a popular  teacher amongst students due to his ability to help them relate to the subject. Rónán is known for instilling confidence in students due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.

English

This English course focuses on building the techniques that the examiner expects you to be able to both use and analyse. You will be confident that you have our formula, with which to successfully manage the probable exam questions.

This course focuses on, firstly, building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then providing the confidence to be able to supply it. As our teachers have said over the years: “It is a myth that English can’t be trained for.”

 

Michael Ruaidhri Deasy 6th Year English Grinds in DublinAbout the Teacher: Michael Ruaidhrí Deasy is the Head English teacher at The Dublin School of Grinds. He has been an advisor to some of Ireland's leading textbook publishers regarding the new English Syllabus, and has worked for The State Examinations Commission. In recent Leaving Certificate results, 36{6a0c756c1737f4c8ed1de5e3da828d9971bd449c577ad2ce21974011d179d728} of Michael Ruaidhrí's students achieved an A1. Nationwide, this figure was just 4{6a0c756c1737f4c8ed1de5e3da828d9971bd449c577ad2ce21974011d179d728}. This can be explained by his ability to teach English as a formula that every student can follow, eliminating the air of mystery, and sometimes confusion, around the subject and its marking scheme.

 
   

Gavin CowzerAbout the Teacher: Gavin Cowzer is regarded as a leading English teacher in this country. Having developed a passion for this subject, including obtaining a Master’s degree, Gavin’s teaching style is focused on covering the syllabus in a concise way, so that students have the tools to successfully manage the likely exam questions. His experience correcting exams gives his students an edge in a subject which is often assumed to be an art. However it is clear that there is a strict science behind doing well in the English exam and Gavin’s students will be guided by this little-known fact.

 
About the Teacher: Ciarán Hartigan has been teaching English to the highest level for over 10 years and brings an organised and methodical approach to his teaching.  Holding a Masters in Drama and Theatre Studies, he provides original insights into works of literature and couples this with practical advice on structuring responses and arguments.  Drawing on years of experience as a Leaving Certificate examiner with the State Exams Commission, he provides students with dependable techniques and strategies for success.

French

By the time you leave this course, you will possess a host of past and likely exam questions, including full solutions. There will be a major emphasis on your game plan for the exam and a focus on the Chief Examiner’s reports and marking schemes.

About the Teacher: Lisa Fitzpatrick is the Head of the Foreign Languages Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. She has written several Leaving Certificate textbooks, and is a member of the French Teachers' Association of Ireland. Lisa has given teaching workshops to teachers nationwide.  

Geography

By the end of this course, you will have multiple essays with 15 SRPs in each. You will receive a pull-out sheet at the end of each essay in which you can write your 15 SRPs using the notes and a trigger-word section.

About the Teacher: Wesley Hammond has established himself as the leading Biology teacher in Ireland. His unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the marking scheme and syllabus content. As an examination corrector, Wesley is adept at understanding the avoidable mistakes for which students frequently lose marks.

Spanish

This course focuses on scrutinising and analysing the exam to your advantage. Firstly, it focuses on building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then on providing the confidence to be able to supply it. You will learn what your examiner is looking for and be given notes on key topics.

About the teacher: Lisa Fitzpatrick is the Head of the Foreign Languages Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. She has written several Leaving Certificate textbooks and is a member of the Spanish Teachers' Association of Ireland. Lisa has given teaching workshops to teachers nationwide.  

German

By the time you leave this course, you will possess a host of past and likely exam questions, including full solutions. There will be a major emphasis on your game plan for the exam and a focus on the Chief Examiner’s reports and marking schemes. We provide you with a host of past and potential exam questions along with the solutions. There will be emphasis put on your plan leading up the the exam and a focus placed on the following topics:

  • Fundamental knowledge of grammar put into practice in the writing techniques needed for the examination.
  • Reading Comprehensions (exam techniques & content)
  • Oral Exam Preparation topic by topic 
  • Aural Comprehension (exam technique & vocabulary)

 

 

About the Teacher: Genevieve Farrell is the head German teacher at the Dublin School of Grinds. She has 14 years experience teaching German and is the author of "Complete German Grammar" text book. Her unique style of teaching instils confidence in students, by providing them with the skills and techniques required to master the German syllabus.

History

The History course prioritises essential key content and the most important personalities from course topics. Exam strategy that promotes time-management and awareness of the marking scheme will be addressed. Also, good essay writing technique will be explained with sample essays to demonstrate how higher grades can be achieved. A concise set of notes will be provided for each student and a glossary of key terms will supplement each Case Study.

About the teacher: With over 16 years of teaching experience, Kieran Roche brings his extensive experience as a History expert to The Dublin School of Grinds. Kieran has worked for the State Examination Commission as both a corrector and an examiner, giving him a unique insight into the State Exams. As well as his work for the State Examination Commission, Kieran has been published in, and regularly contributes to, History Ireland Magazine. 48% of Kieran’s students achieved an A1 grade in a recent Leaving Certificate Examination. Nationwide, just 7% of students received an A1. 

Irish

The course will cover simple shortcuts to help students raise their grade, along with guidance on how to avoid the common mistakes made in the exam. The marking scheme and how to fully exploit it will be emphasised.

About the Teacher: Rónán Murdock is the author of several Irish textbooks, is an experienced Irish speaker and has taught at a Gaelscoil. He is a popular teacher amongst students because of his ability for instilling confidence in them due to his deep understanding of the syllabus and marking scheme.  

Maths (H)

This course is noteworthy because of its exam-focused nature, with a huge emphasis on taking advantage of the marking scheme. Students receive a set of notes called the Bankers Bible, which includes all the items that can be learned off by heart. This set alone is worth 5% of the exam.

Rob Browne, Head Maths Teacher and The Dublin Academy of EducationAbout the teacher: Robert Browne has a unique ability to stimulate students' interest and is renowned for giving students confidence they thought wasn't there. He is a vastly experienced teacher, having taught at education workshops in Trinity College, Dublin. His experience of correcting with the State Examination Commission gives him an in-depth knowledge of what is required by students. He is popular amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths syllabus. He has appeared in the media leading discussions on Maths, syllabus content, teaching methods and exams. Robert teaches in a systematic and clear way that relates to students.

Maths (O)

With Project Maths beginning to settle, predictable trends are now being identified. We will show you the shortcuts to take full advantage of this. Each student will also receive a full set of notes, with solutions, which will be essential in improving exam grades.

About the Teacher: Having worked for the State Examination Commission, Carl brings his reputation as an authority on the Maths Syllabus to The Dublin School of Grinds. As a member of the Irish Mathematics Teachers' Association, he is a popular teacher amongst students due to his mastery of the Project Maths Syllabus, and is well-known for his ability to stimulate students' interest in Maths.

Physics

In this course, Physics will be broken down to its fundamentals. It will be shown that the Physics course is no more advanced than Junior Cert standard Maths and that the learning of definitions and experiments go a long way to ensuring a top grade in the exam.

About the Teacher: Kieran Mills has 25 years' experience teaching Physics. He has co-written several books including Leaving Certificate Sample Papers. He is also the co-author of the Physics Experiment Book, which is given free of charge to all Physics students at The Dublin School of Grinds. Kieran has been an expert contributor on Physics on RTÉ Radio.

Spanish

This course focuses on manipulating the exam to your advantage. Firstly, this course focuses on building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then on providing the confidence to be able to supply it. You will learn what your examiner is looking for and be given notes on key topics.

About the teacher: Lisa Fitzpatrick is the Head of the Foreign Languages Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. She has written several Leaving Certificate textbooks and is a member of the Spanish Teachers' Association of Ireland. Lisa has given teaching workshops to teachers nationwide.  

Spanish

This course focuses on scrutinising and analysing the exam to your advantage. Firstly, it focuses on building an awareness of what the examiner wants and then on providing the confidence to be able to supply it. You will learn what your examiner is looking for and be given notes on key topics.

About the teacher: Lisa Fitzpatrick is the Head of the Foreign Languages Department at The Dublin School of Grinds. She has written several Leaving Certificate textbooks and is a member of the Spanish Teachers' Association of Ireland. Lisa has given teaching workshops to teachers nationwide.  

Subject
Level
Day
Time
Location
Free HPAT Preparation Courses
-
Saturday 29th September
9:00am-11:00am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 29th September
11:30am-1:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 29th September
2:00pm-4:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Sunday 30th September
9:00am-11:00am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Sunday 30th September
11:30am-1:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish for Primary School Teaching
(Higher)
Saturday 1st September
9am-10am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 25th August
9am-10am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Common)
30th & 31st August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
English
(Higher)
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish
(Higher)
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Business Studies
(Higher)
15th & 16th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
21st & 22nd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Higher)
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
English
(Higher)
Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
French
(Higher)
23rd & 24th August
1:30pm-2:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
10am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
10am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Higher)
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Science
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
1:15pm - 2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Higher)
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Accounting
(Higher)
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
6:00pm - 7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Agricultural Science
(Higher)
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
10am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Accounting
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Agricultural Science
(Higher)
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Applied Maths
(Higher)
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Biology
(Higher)
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Business
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Higher)
21st & 22nd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Chemistry
(Higher)
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Business Studies
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 3rd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Accounting
(Higher)
Saturday 13th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Agricultural Science
(Higher)
Monday 8th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Applied Maths
(Higher)
Friday 5th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 9th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Biology
(Higher)
Friday 5th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 8th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Business
(Higher)
Wednesday 3rd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Chemistry
(Higher)
Thursday 4th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish for Primary School Teaching
(Higher)
Accounting
(Higher)
Thursday 4th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 8th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Agricultural Science
(Higher)
Monday 8th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Applied Maths
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Biology
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 3rd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 3rd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 9th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Economics
(Higher)
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
English
(Higher)
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
French
(Higher)
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Geography
(Higher)
15th & 16th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
19th & 20th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
28th & 29th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Common)
19th & 20th August
12:00pm-1:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
3rd & 4th Sept
2:00pm-3:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
Maths
(Higher)
22nd & 23rd August
12:00pm-1:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
27th & 28th August
2:00pm-3:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
3rd & 4th Sept
12:00pm-1:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
Business Studies
(Higher)
17th & 18th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
22nd & 23rd August
2:00pm-3:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
3rd & 4th Sept
2:00pm-3:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
English
(Higher)
15th & 16th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
19th & 20th August
12:00pm-1:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
22nd & 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
22nd & 23rd August
2:00pm-3:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
31st Aug & 1st Sept
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
Irish
(Higher)
27th & 28th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
29th & 30th August
8:00pm-9:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
31st Aug & 1st Sept
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
Maths
(Higher)
22nd & 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
22nd & 23rd August
2:00pm-3:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
27th & 28th August
12:00pm-1:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
29th & 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
31st Aug & 1st Sept
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
3rd & 4th Sept
2:00pm-3:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
Science
(Higher)
19th & 20th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
27th & 28th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
27th & 28th August
12:00pm-1:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
29th & 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
3rd & 4th Sept
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
Maths (H)
(Higher)
31st Aug & 1st Sept
8:00pm-9:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
3rd & 4th Sept
12:00pm-1:15pm
Location: Oatlands Primary School, Stillorgan
German
(Higher)
15th & 16th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
26th & 27th August
1:30pm-2:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
History
(Higher)
19th & 20th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
21st & 22nd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Applied Maths
(Higher)
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths (O)
(Ordinary)
23rd & 24th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
26th & 27th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
28th & 29th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Biology
(Higher)
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish
(Higher)
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Business
(Higher)
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Chemistry
(Higher)
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Economics
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
English
(Higher)
Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
French
(Higher)
Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Geography
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
German
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths (H)
(Higher)
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Physics
(Higher)
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Spanish
(Higher)
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
History
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish
(Higher)
Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths (H)
(Higher)
Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th August
6:00pm-7:15pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths (O)
(Ordinary)
Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Physics
(Higher)
Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th August
10:00am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
1:15pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Business
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Higher)
Wednesday 3rd January
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Common)
Friday 12th January
6:30pm-7:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
English
(Higher)
Wednesday 3rd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
French
(Higher)
Wednesday 4th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Sunday 15th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish
(Higher)
Saturday 6th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 3rd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Higher)
Wednesday 3rd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 9th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Science
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 3rd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths
(Higher)
Monday 8th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Economics
(Higher)
Friday 12th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
English
(Higher)
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm-2:30pm (fully booked)
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 9th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
French
(Higher)
Monday 8th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Geography
(Higher)
Friday 5th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
German
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
History
(Higher)
Friday 5th January
10:00am - 12:00pm (FULLY BOOKED)
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish
(Higher)
Wednesday 3rd January
12:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths (H)
(Higher)
Thursday 4th January
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
12:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 8th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths (O)
(Ordinary)
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm-2:30pm (fully booked)
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Physics
(Higher)
Friday 5th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Chemistry
(Higher)
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 8th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 9th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Economics
(Higher)
Thursday 4th January
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 9th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
English
(Higher)
Wednesday 3rd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 3rd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
French
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 3rd January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
12:30pm-2:30pm (fully booked)
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Geography
(Higher)
Friday 5th January
10:00am - 12:00pm (FULLY BOOKED)
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Spanish
(Higher)
Monday 20th & Tuesday 21st August
11:45am-1:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th August
7:45pm-9:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September
10am-11:15am
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
German
(Higher)
Thursday 4th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 2nd January
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
History
(Higher)
Friday 5th January
10:00am-12:00pm (FULLY BOOKED)
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Irish
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Monday 8th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths (H)
(Higher)
Wednesday 3rd January
10:00am - 12:00pm (FULLY BOOKED)
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
2:45pm-4:45pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 6th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 9th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Maths (O)
(Ordinary)
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
10:00am-12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 12th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Physics
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
12:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 4th January
12:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Friday 5th January
12:30pm - 2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Thursday 11th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Spanish
(Higher)
Friday 5th January
10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 10th January
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Spanish
(Higher)
Tuesday 2nd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Wednesday 3rd January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Tuesday 9th January
6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza
Saturday 13th January
12:30pm-2:30pm
Location: Stillorgan Plaza