NAILBITING time is approaching as those all-important GCSE exams loom.
But it's never too late to do some last-minute cramming.
And Huddersfield Technical College has come to the aid of over 200 students hoping to improve their English and maths grades.
A special revision workshop will be held on Monday, April 5, at the college.
Francine Gibson, Easter school co-ordinator, said 26 teachers had been drafted in from the college and neighbouring schools to take the revision sessions.
"There will be just five or six pupils in each group so it will be more like having a private tutor than being at school," she said.
Students can choose whether or not they want to concentrate on either subject or both.
The initiative is part of the government's Aim Higher project which promotes closer working between schools and colleges. Funding has been secured for the next two years which means it is free to students.
"We are open to whatever students want to cover and will hopefully cover everything.
"Much of it will be based on the computer but we will also talk about exam techniques, particularly in English, and we will help students work out a revision plan," she said.