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Exeter Tutorial College
44-46 Magdalen Road, EX2 4TE, UK Exeter
+44 (0)1392 278101


Exeter Tutorial College was founded in 1984 by principal Ken Jack. It now offers any combination of AS and A level subjects over one or two years, GCSEs and English for overseas students. A level retake courses for examinations in January or June are also offered. Students may take any subjects in one year, including Law, Business Studies, Psychology, Politics, Environmental Science, English, History, Computing, and any foreign language. Our professional commitment is to ensure that every student's abilities and talents have the best chance of being recognised and to ensure that each student can have a full academic development.

There are excellent facilities in the city for every kind of sport, including water sports. Students may use sports centres and fitness clubs, at student costs, with our N.U.S. cards.


Two Year Courses.

Students starting out on a two year A level course are encouraged to study for four AS level qualifications initially although this is not compulsory. They may then decide to continue with A2 modules for all four, three or two subjects. Any of these choices should be acceptable for University entrance. Certification on AS level does not prohibit further use of these modules in future years to contribute towards a full A level.

One Year Courses

Students will be able to take certain AS modules in January and to proceed to retake these modules, if desired, together with three A2 modules to complete the A level in June. Certification will be for an A level and for the included AS level.

Retake Courses

Students retaking A levels will have a number of options available to them. These will be fully explained and discussed at their interview with due consideration being given to the grades required for their chosen course.

Specialist Courses Specialist Courses LNAT is requires by Law applicants for most of the prestigious courses. Students are advised to check with the universities of their choice when they need to take this test. LNAT is requires by Law applicants for most of the prestigious courses. Students are advised to check with the universities of their choice when they need to take this test.


All tutors have a wide and successful teaching experience. Most have held senior positions, and many are, or have been, examiners or principal examiners in their specialist subjects.

The strength of a college lies in the quality of its tutors. By their skill and dedication they determine the student's progress. Without question, all endorse the importance of providing the experience of success through real achievement which in turn generates motivation in their students. As students are continuously involved in responding, interest is sustained and responses, whether oral or written, give a meaningful 'feed-back' to both tutor and student. The art of a good teacher is to sustain interest through the skillful use of such 'positive reinforcement' and to set appropriate targets.


Accommodation is of the superior student type with a private study bedroom in houses for three to four students. All student houses are close to the college with all amenities and services nearby.

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