GCSE Online Tutoring Courses

Achieve academic excellence with experienced tutors from top UK universities

A student’s GCSE or IGCSE results are a critical step in their educational journey. They directly affect many aspects including: which subjects and qualifications they take next, their eligibility for universities and colleges of choice and, eventually, their future career prospects. We offer online tutoring for a wide range of GCSE courses from the AQA, EdExcel and OCR syllabus.


We provide online tutoring for the following GCSE courses:

  • GCSE Biology

  • GCSE Physics

  • GCSE Chemistry

  • GCSE Combined Science

  • GCSE Mathematics

  • GCSE English

  • GCSE English Literature

What are GCSEs?

Most secondary education students at the end of their 11th year of compulsory education in the UK take the GCSE, or “General Certificate of Secondary Education.” The GCSE is an internationally recognised qualification that’s awarded in a specific subject and most pupils take them in several subjects including Biology, English, Physics and Maths.


The GCSE is taught predominantly to students in schools in the UK, but may be offered in other countries like Canada, Australia, and India. The IGCSE is the international counterpart of the GCSE in that both are equally recognised by most sixth form colleges, universities and other independent institutions worldwide.

Build a solid academic foundation

It is common practice to have employers demand that job applicants meet the minimum requirement in English and Math at the GCSE (or IGCSE) level. Having an IGSCE online maths tutor in HK for your child is an excellent way to help them stay the course to reach success in their future education and career goals.


In order to be successful—whether the exam is IGCSE or GCSE and whatever the subject—pupils must possess superior course subject knowledge and superb exam-taking skills and techniques. The rigorous academic program plus the decisive final exam puts most pupils under great pressure and stress.

Experienced GCSE tutors in Hong Kong

One of the most significant advantages of having a IGCSE or GCSE online tutor in Hong Kong is their expertise in preparing your child in these fundamental areas. By recognising this pressure, our expert tutors dedicate themselves to sharpening the students’ skills so that they can take on their coursework and exam with maximum preparedness and confidence.


Whether a student needs extra support on a specific course chapter or topic, help reviewing material or a confidence boost before exams, or an extensive programme to help them obtain a good grade in one or more courses, we will find the right IGSCE or GSCE online tutor in Hong Kong for your child. We have a team of experienced, knowledgeable tutors from the Russell Group and Oxbridge, so you can rest assured that your child’s tutoring support is in the right hands.

GCSE Biology Courses



1. Cell biology

2. Organisation

3. Infection and response

4. Bioenergetics

5. Homeostasis and response

6. Inheritance, variation and evolution

7. Ecology

8. Key ideas


1. Key concepts in biology

2. Cells and control

3. Genetics

4. Natural selection and genetic modification

5. Health, disease and the development of medicines

6. Plant structures and their functions

7. Animal coordination, control and homeostasis

8. Exchange and transport in animals

9. Ecosystems and material cycles


1. Cell level systems

1.1 Cell structures

1.2 What happens in cells (and what do cells need)?

1.3 Respiration

1.4 Photosynthesis Topic

2. Scaling up

2.1 Supplying the cell

2.2 The challenges of size

3. Organism level systems

3.1 Coordination and control – the nervous system

3.2 Coordination and control – the endocrine system

3.3 Maintaining internal environments Topic


4. Community level systems

4.1 Ecosystems Topic

5. Genes, inheritance and selection

5.1 Inheritance

5.2 Natural selection and evolution


6. Global challenges

B6.1 Monitoring and maintaining the environment

B6.2 Feeding the human race B6.3 Monitoring and maintaining health


GCSE Physics Courses



1. Energy

2. Electricity

3. Particle model of matter

4. Atomic structure

5. Forces

6. Waves

7. Magnetism and 


8. Space physics


1. Key concepts of physics

2. Motion and forces

3. Conservation of energy

4. Waves

5. Light and the electromagnetic spectrum

6. Radioactivity

7. Astronomy

8. Energy – forces doing work

9. Forces and their effects

10. Electricity and circuits

11. Static electricity
12. Magnetism and the motor effect

13. Electromagnetic induction

14. Particle model

15. Forces and matter


1. Matter

2. Forces

3. Electricity

4. Magnetism and magnetic fields

5. Waves in matter

6. Radioactivity

7. Energy

8. Global challenges


GCSE Chemistry Courses



1. Atomic structure and the periodic table

2. Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter

3. Quantitative chemistry

4. Chemical changes

5. Energy changes

6. The rate and extent of chemical change

7. Organic chemistry

8. Chemical analysis

9. Chemistry of the atmosphere

10. Using resources


1. Topic 1a – Key concepts in chemistry

2. Topic 1b – Key concepts in chemistry

3. Topic 2 – States of matter and mixtures

4. Topic 3 – Chemical changes

5. Topic 4 – Extracting metals and equilibria

6. Topic 5 – Separate chemistry 1

7. Topic 6 – Groups in the periodic table

8. Topic 7 – Rates of reaction and energy changes

9. Topic 8 – Fuels and Earth science

10. Topic 9 – Separate chemistry 2


1. Topic C1: Particles

2. Topic C2: Elements, compounds and mixtures

3. Topic C3: Chemical reactions

4. Topic C4: Predicting and identifying reactions and products 5. Topic C5: Monitoring and controlling chemical reactions

6. Topic C6: Global challenges


GCSE Combined Science (30/50 hour package)




1. Cell biology

2. Organisation

3. Infection and response

4. Bioenergetics

5. Homeostasis and response

6. Inheritance, variation and evolution

7. Ecology Chemistry

8. Atomic structure and the periodic table

9. Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter

10. Quantitative chemistry

11. Chemical changes

12. Energy changes

13. The rate and extent of chemical change

14. Organic chemistry

15. Chemical analysis

16. Chemistry of the atmosphere 17. Using resources Physics

18. Energy

19. Electricity

20. Particle model of matter

21. Atomic structure

22. Forces

23. Waves

24. Magnetism and electromagnetism


Biology 1

1. Key concepts in biology

2. Cells and control

3. Genetics

4. Natural selection and genetic modification

5. Health, disease and the development of medicines


Biology 2

1. Key concepts in biology

2. Plant structures and their functions

3. Animal coordination, control and homeostasis
4. Exchange and transport in animals

5. Ecosystems and material cycles


Chemistry 1

1. Key concepts in chemistry

2. States of matter and mixtures

3. Chemical changes

4. Extracting metals and equilibria


Chemistry 2

1. Key concepts in chemistry

2.  Groups in the periodic table

3.  Rates of reaction and energy changes

4. Fuels and Earth science


Physics 1

1. Key concepts of physics

2. Motion and forces
3. Conservation of energy

4. Waves

5. Light and the electromagnetic spectrum

6. Radioactivity


Physics 2

1. Key concepts of physics

2. Energy - Forces doing work

3. Forces and their effects

4. Electricity and circuits

5. Magnetism and the motor effect

6. Electromagnetic induction

7. Particle model

8. Forces and matter



1. Cell level systems

2. Scaling up

3. Organism level systems

4. Community level systems

5. Interaction between systems

6. Global challenges



1. Particles

2. Elements, compounds and mixtures

3. Chemical reactions

4. Predicting and identifying reactions and products

5. Monitoring and controlling chemical reactions

6. Global challenges



1. Matter

2. Forces

3. Electricity and magnetism

4. Waves and radioactivity

5. Energy

6. Global challenges

GCSE Mathematics



1. Number

2. Algebra

3. Ratio, proportion and rates of change

4. Geometry and measures

5. Probability

6. Statistics


1. Number

2. Algebra

3. Ratio, proportion and rates of change

4. Geometry and measures

5. Probability

6. Statistics



1. Approximation and Estimation

2. Decimal Fractions

3. Exact Calculations

4. Fractions

5. Fractions Decimals And

6. Percentages

7. Approximation And Estimation 2


1. Algebraic Inequalities

2. Indices And Surds

3. Language Of Functions

4. Number Operations And Integers

5. Powers And Roots

6. Sequences

7. Algebra

8. Algebraic Equations

9. Algebraic Expressions

10. Algebraic Formulae



1. Graphs Of Equations And Functions

2. Straight Line Graphs

3. Transformations Of Curves And 4. Their Equations

Geometry and Measures

1. Congruence And Similarity

2. Mensuration

3. Triangle Mensuration

4. Angles

5. Area Calculations

6. Basic Geometry

Ratio and Proportion

1. Discrete Growth And Decay

2. Ratio Proportion And Rates Of Change

3. Direct And Inverse Proportion


Pythagoras and Trigonometry

1. Properties Of Polygons

Probability and Statistics

1. Probability

2. Statistics

3. Analysing Data

4. Interpreting And

5. Representing Data


GCSE English



1. Explorations in creative reading and writing

2. Writers’ viewpoints and perspectives

3. Non-exam assessment


Component 1

Fiction and Imaginative Writing

1.1 Reading

1.2 Imaginative Writing

Component 2: Non-fiction and Transactional Writing

2.1 Reading

2.2 Transactional Writing Speaking and Listening


1. Reading All texts in the examination are unseen, that is, learners will not have studied the examination texts during the course.

2. The unseen texts will be selected from a range of genres, including prose fiction, literary non-fiction and other non-fiction such as journalism, biography and travel writing.

3. High-quality texts will be drawn from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. The 19th century text will always be non-fiction.

4. Drama and poetry are not included in the OCR GCSE (9–1) in English Language qualification.

Writing OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in English Language is designed to enable learners to develop expertise in their writing.

5. Learners are encouraged to develop their ability to adapt their writing for a range of different purposes and contexts.

6. The accuracy of grammar, punctuation and spelling is important, as is the ability to use Standard English when appropriate.

7. Learners write creatively and imaginatively, using a wide vocabulary with a clear awareness of audience.

8. Spoken Language Learners will have the opportunity to prepare spoken presentations, planning effectively for different audiences and purposes.

9. They will listen and respond to others and express themselves using spoken Standard English when appropriate.


GCSE English Literature



1. Shakespeare plays

2. The 19th-century novel


Overview of content

1. Study a Shakespeare play and a post-1914 British play or novel.


2. Develop skills to analyse how the language, form, structure and context of texts can create meanings and effects.


3. Develop skills to maintain a critical style and informed personal response.


1. It will introduce and extend learners’ insight into and experience of a diverse range of substantial literature, studying whole texts in the major genres, stimulating their curiosity, encouraging them to engage with literature in their everyday lives.


2. Learners will study texts which include one Shakespeare play, a wide selection of poetry since 1789, one 19th century novel and fiction or drama from the British Isles from 1914 onwards.


3. These are selected by the centre from the OCR set text list.

There is a choice of three poetry clusters for study from the free OCR Poetry Anthology: Love and Relationships, Conflict, and Youth and Age.


4. OCR’s GCSE (9–1) in English Literature is designed to develop knowledge and skills in reading, writing and critical thinking.

Learners will develop their expertise in reading literature critically and evaluatively, making connections across their reading, and articulating informed, independent interpretations of texts, both studied and unseen.


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