Genuine one to one tutoring for your child

My Choice of School

Are you looking for examination preparation that recognises your child's individual needs and educational goals and dreams? The Brainworks team is dedicated to helping children like yours maximise their chance of receiving a scholarship offer or entry to their preferred selective school.

Each year private and independent schools offer academic and general scholarships. The process involves sitting a specific exam and often an interview. This can be challenging for students.
Brainworks prepares students from years 3 to 9 for scholarship exams by working through a framework of content that is customised and targeted to their needs. All students are taught one to one using key techniques for their scholarship exam preparation.

Being taught one to one is important to your child because they will;

- become confident about the exam process and their own capabilities
- build skills progressively to be able to effectively assimilate new knowledge
- familiarise themselves with the test format and style of questions
- improve exam technique and strategy including timing to be able to cope with the format

Every year, selective public schools across Melbourne conduct entrance exams for entry to year 7, 9 & 10 students. The process involves sitting a specific exam and sometimes an interview. Selective school exams are conducted in Sydney for entry to year 4 classes and year 7 selective schools.

Benefit from 20+ years of experience in preparing students for specific entrance exams to Melbourne High, MacRobertson Girls’ High, Nossal High, Suzanne Cory High, John Monash Science School, SEAL and ALP schools and similar tests.

Being taught one to one is important to your child because they become fully engaged in their learning and motivated to achieve their goal.

Selective schools exam preparation for your child means they will:

- become confident about the selective exam process and their own capabilities
- work through a framework of content that is customised and targeted to their goals
- build skills progressively to be able to effectively assimilate new knowledge
- familiarise themselves with the selective exam format and questions
- improve exam technique and strategy including timing to be able to cope with the format