After receiving BBB from my previous Sixth Form, I was unable to go to my chosen university and felt as though my dreams of higher education was limited, however thanks to Regent, I had another opportunity to work hard which allowed me to achieve A*A*A* in Maths, Biology and Chemistry. The small class sizes, great 1-1 support and weekly exams were very helpful and allowed me to improve on my weaknesses. This October I will begin to study Biomedical Sciences BSc at King’s College London – I am also aiming to study a post-graduate degree at an Oxbridge university.
Vodafone – Data Analytics Degree Apprenticeship
Anushka joined Regent to complete the A-Level courses that she had started at St Clement Danes. An amenable and inquisitive student she applied herself well to her studies, stretching herself further and demonstrating her capability to organise herself effectively by adding a Core Maths qualification to her programme of study. Her efforts paid off and she is excited to embark upon the first step of her career this autumn.
“I thoroughly enjoyed completing my second year of A-Levels with Regent. My teachers were extremely supportive including the management team. I could not have received the grades I got today without them!’
University of Aberdeen – Medicine
Matthew joined Regent in September 2018 having already achieved a first class honours degree in Law. However, a change of direction led him to return to A-Levels. A focused, serious and hard-working student from day one, we were pleased to see Matthew receive the grades he needed in Chemistry and Biology to allow him to move on to a medical degree.
“The teachers are fantastic, they are amazing at catering to every student’s academic and non-academic needs.”
Ilyas joined RIC for a GCSE retake course in English Language, Maths and the Sciences. Despite lots of challenges, his hard-working nature and his propensity to both ask and answer questions in class, and help explain concepts to his peers, really helped him develop a thorough understanding of the subject specifications which really paid off.
“I found the small class sizes helped to improve my confidence and the staff were very helpful and approachable. I am very grateful for the support and encouragement I received from the staff. Most importantly, I learned how to learn, both independently and with others, which I will take with me to A level studies. Overall I had a fun and useful experience.”
Amal joined Regent Independent College Harrow in autumn 2019 as her parents wanted her to be taught somewhere where they could be sure she’d get more one-to-one attention. This made a huge amount of difference over the next few months and her classroom performance improved continually.
“Due to the small class sizes, I felt as though the classroom environment was a lot more personal. I was able to gain confidence in subjects that I struggled in, such as math and biology, and the teachers were able to get to everyone and ensure we understood all topics.”
“My time at this school has been fantastic. The amount of support you get from the teachers really pushes you towards your goals. When I was given an offer from Imperial College London, the teachers and staff really motivated me to perform my best, it was through them that I was able to achieve my dream to study Civil Engineering at Imperial College London.”
Vinay, whose brother attended the College some years ago, joined us last September. Having previously studied the French BAC, he was aiming to complete the A-Level course in one year; he managed to do so obtaining very pleasing grades of ABB and now proceeds to Birmingham University to study Computer Systems and Engineering.
“Regent Independent College was a very interesting experience. I had a lot of fun but it requires a lot of effort. Regent Independent College helped me get into the university that I wanted. They also put a lot of effort in helping with personal statements which is a huge advantage.”
Alex joined Regent Independent College last September having been out of a traditional school environment for some time due to health issues. Despite of this, with the support of the Regent Independent College team, and much hard work on his part, we are now thrilled to note that he leaves the College with grades of A*A*A and has gained a coveted place to study Artificial Intelligence & Computer Science at Edinburgh University.
Tara joined Regent Independent College from Malvern College where she obtained grades of CCDD. She joined Regent to take advantage of a new environment, one that offers students constant care and attention and where weaknesses are quickly recognised via our cycle of assessments. With the support of our teachers, she was pleased to receive grades of AAB and looks forward to an exciting and challenging gap year.
Saarujan has just finished his AS year at Regent, having joined us from Park High where he achieved AS grades of DDDU in the summer of 2014. He received ‘a’ grades in seven of eight modules taken in Maths, Further Maths and Computing, with just one exception where he got a ‘b’. His results in C1 and FP1 were particularly impressive, scoring 100% and 92% respectively.
He told us Regent is, “A great place that helps you strive for success!”
Bhavesh joined Regent in September 2013 from Park High where he achieved grades of CCDE. Having high aspirations for his future degree course, he wanted an environment where he knew he would benefit from small class sizes and being monitored closely. Our experienced teaching team made sure he pushed himself to his full potential and after two years of hard study he received grades of ABBC and proceeded to study his preferred course of Mathematics with Financial Mathematics at the University of Manchester.
“Regent Independent College allowed me to reach my full potential.”
Shaina Haria joined Regent Independent College in 2012 having previously attended Peterborough & St Margaret’s School. Despite a serious ongoing medical condition that often saw her hospitalised, her dedication her course was above and beyond what was expected in the circumstances and with the care and nurture of the Regent team, we are delighted that she attained a place at the well-respected Queen Mary to read Psychology having gained A-Level grades including an A and a B.
She commented, ‘Regent has provided me with so much more than I could expect, including that related to my critical health, thank you so much!’