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Welcome to the best education available, in the United Kingdom at
The University Home School

Information and the benefits of studying with us:

1) You do not need to know anything or have any qualifications to study with us. As long as you can read and write basic sentences and count to 100 such as an 8 year old can.

2) We guarantee the passes in your exams. We can do this because we let you study at your own speed from the beginning, and approximately every 10 pages you will do an exam; if you pass you move on to the next 10 pages, if you fail it means you need more practice. So we will show you what you are doing wrong, so you can learn from your mistakes. Then you will practice the work again and do the exam again and again until you pass. In this way, you can never fail and never get a grade, less than the highest grade possible, such as A*/grade-9.

3) We teach you how to study. 
                                                                                                              
4) Our Examination Certificates are the most valuable in the whole world. In normal schools, colleges and universities after a period of study usually 1-5 years or 1000 to 3000 pages of a text book, they do an exam which lasts about 3 hours (180 minutes); which means they only examine about 1% of the whole course and whatever grade you get for this 1% they assume you got the same grade for the other 99% they haven’t examined. Then because politicians and schools want to look good on UK and international league tables, they cheat in lots of ways such as: you only need about 60% of this 1% for a grade A, 40% for grade B and 20% for a grade C. which means you only need to know 0.6% of your entire course and they will tell you, you are an A-grade student. This is stupidity, because it destroys a student`s confidence as they will not be ready for the next level. The purpose of studying is not to pass exams but to lay strong foundations for the next level of learning and the true purpose of an exam is to show a student what they can or cannot do, and if they are ready to move on to the next level. This can only be done by examining 100% of what a student can do and making sure they get over 90% in each skill before letting them move on. This is what we do, so in real terms our exam certificates are the most valuable in the whole world. This also builds the students confidence to go on to higher levels of studying.

5) You will receive text books specially written to make your learning easier and that are not available anywhere else.

6) We set no age or time limits. Life is unpredictable. Things happen which prevent people from completing their studies such as illness, accidents, unemployment, stress, family problems, financial problems. So we will let you stop and start as many times as you need, until you have completed your studies.

7) We let you collect points towards your degree while you are studying for your GCSE and A-levels. This means it is possible for you to have completed a third or more of your degree by the time you have completed your GCSE`S and half or more of your degree by the time you have completed your A-levels.

8) We believe education is for all, not just the rich, so we keep the cost artificially low to make it as affordable as possible.

9) Cost: £150 per calendar month. Attendance: 3 hours per week (3 weeks per month). You can choose to study up to 5 subjects.

10) Subjects on offer: Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and English Language.

Where can you study:
                                                
London Welling : 52 Danson Lane, Welling, London borough of Bexley DA16 2BG
     Fridays 5pm – 8pm
     Saturdays 9am – 12 or 12 – 3pm or 3-6pm
     Sundays   9am − 12
London Bromley : Bromley Court Hotel, Bromley Hill BR1 4JD. (Room William Pitt)
     Thursdays 5.30pm – 8.30pm
We hope to open other centres in the future.

Points per subject       Certification given/issued
 50           University Home School year 11 Equivalency certificate grade 90% +(usually taken at age 16)
 100        University Home School Level 1 certificate grade 90%+
                and or Year13 equivalency certificate grade 90%+ (usually taken at age 18)(1st year of university studies finished)
 200        University Home School Level 2 certificate grade 90%+(2nd year of university studies finished)
 300        University Home School Level 3 certificate (Bachelors Degree) grade 90% + if all points in same subject,
                      this is what most universities call a Bachelors undergraduate Degree.
                 If combining points from different subjects then 600 points required. In which case the certificate will read: 
                 University Home School Level 3 combined certificate (Bachelors Degree) grade 90%+
                 360 points in the same subject means BA-Honours degree.
 400       University Home School Level 4 certificate post graduate level 1 if all points in same subject
 500       University Home School Level 5 certificate post graduate level 2 if all points in same subject
 600        University Home School Level 6 certificate (masters) post graduate level 3 if points in same subject
Each point is approximately equal to 20 hours of study that has been examined and passed by averaging over 90% in each exam. Fast learners take less time, slow learners take more time.

In other universities the grades are usually as follows:
     %                grade
85 - 100 %      first class degree
70 -  85  %      2:1 class  degree
55 -  70  %      2:2 class  degree
40 -  55  %      3rd class degree

The problems with the UK education system and how the University Home School solves these problems

The purpose of going to school is to prepare you for your GCSE examinations usually taken in year 11 (age 16). The purpose for GCSE`s are to prepare you for A-level exams usually taken in year 13 (age 18). The purpose for A-levels is to prepare you for your Degree. The purpose for your degree is to get a high paid job instead of a low paid job.

The reasons why it is impossible to get a real education anywhere in the UK either in private or state schools:

Problem 1: Teachers do not teach students at their individual speed. They teach at the syllabus speed. Which means the teacher will talk about a topic usually once or twice then move on to something new, even if the student has not understood or had enough practice to put that information into their long term memory. This destroys the students confidence and nor will they be ready for the next level.

In other countries they do an exam at the end of each year and if a student fails they are not allowed to go on to the next year, they have to repeat the year again and again until they pass. This does not happen in the UK. Even if you are not ready, you still have to move on because of your age.
At the University Home School all students are taught at their own individual speed and are not allowed to move on until they pass each and every skill week by week topic by topic. 

Problem 2: Every student should be allowed to do the exams
This does not happen in UK schools and colleges. Before the school and international league tables started, students were allowed to do the exams. But when the league tables started, Parliament and schools got scarred. They said, if people find out that approximately 80% of the students are failing their Maths and Science exams, everyone will realize we are not doing our job of teaching properly. So they decided to cheat. So Parliament said to schools, because league tables have now started, those students who fail their mocks in year 11 and 13, do not let them take the real exams. Because when they fail it will make the school look bad on the school league tables and make the country look bad on the international league tables. For example let us say there are 200 students in year 11 and the school only lets one student actually do the exams, and he passes. The school will claim 100% success rate on the league tables and be regarded as one of the best schools in the country, when in reality 199 children failed in that school. League tables do not report on students who are not allowed to do the exams.
At the University Home School every student is allowed to do the exams. 
                                                               
Problem 3: Every student should do the same examinations
This does not happen in the UK. In year 11 the mock exams happen approximately in December. Then in approximately in March they say to the student they cannot do the May/June exams. The student tells their parents. The parents ask the school, why will you not let my child do the exams? The school replies, because they failed their mock exams, they are not ready. The weaker parents reply, fair enough if they are not ready, there is no point, you are the experts we will trust you. The stronger parents reply, it does not matter if they failed their mocks. It is their legal right to do the exams, otherwise you are not giving them equal opportunity and they could have learned something new from December to May. Parliament and the schools got scared, because they knew they were committing a crime. So Parliament said, we better find a way of letting most of these students do an exam, but find a way of relabelling a fail as a pass so we can continue to cheat on the league tables. This is what they did; instead of having the same exam for everyone, they now have 2 different levels which they call the GCSE Higher level and GCSE Foundation level (they used to be called O-Levels and CSE`s). This is how it works: let us say the student did the higher level for the mock exams and got 20 marks out of 100. Everyone knows this a fail grade. So they force this student to do the Foundation level exams. Which means they reduce the syllabus by about 60%, so these students are learning 60% less than the Higher level students; So in the June exams they only ask them about 40 questions so it looks like they got 20 out of 40, which is 50% so now they can label this G-grade as a C-grade and give out false pass certificates. This makes Parliament, Ofsted and the schools look good on league tables (league table pass is A*- C or grade 9 to 5 at GCSE Level and A* to E at A-Levels).
To get grade A* to B you need to do the Higher level exam, but only about 5 people out of 100 are allowed to do the higher paper. The other 95 students are either not allowed to do the exam or forced to do the Foundation level or BTEC`s. which means they are not allowed to study Maths and Science for A-levels.
Parliament had another problem. They said what about these students who are so dumb, that they can`t even get 20 marks out of 100, so we can pretend it’s a C grade on the Foundation paper. They are going to get 5 marks out of 100 and still fail and make us look bad. To solve this problem they started BTEC`s in which there is no exam. In year 9 if the school thinks this child is a total failure, they will not be allowed to study GCSE science, they will be forced to do BTEC science and be told it is equivalent to GCSE. But then they will not be allowed to study A-levels in science.
Since the Foundation level, BTEC`s and single/double award science do not prepare students for A-levels, it is illegal for Parliament, schools, colleges and OFSTED to be doing them and so should be in jail.
 At the University Home school all students do the same exams. 
                                                               
Problem 4: the grade boundaries should be fixed for each grade
For example 90-100% for grade A, 80-90% for grade B, 70-80% for grade C and so on. This would allow people to compare students abilities from different years, fairly. This does not happen in the UK. They change the grade boundaries each year so they can report what they want to report to make themselves look good. This means one year a student needs 80% of the 1% that was examined to get a Grade A and in another year a student only needs 50% of the 1% that was examined to get the same A grade.
At the University Home School the grade boundaries are fixed: 90-100% for grade A, 80-90% for grade B and 70-80% for grade C.
                                                               
Problem 5: 100% of what a student should be able to do, should be examined, to make sure they are ready to move on to the next levelAs mentioned earlier this does not happen in the UK. After studying over a 1000 pages of a text book an exam is done which lasts approximately 3 hours. So less than 1% of a student`s ability is examined and a very small amount of this 1% is needed to get a pass certificate. This means there is no way of knowing what a student can or cannot do or if they are ready for the next level.
At the University Home School, students are examined on approximately 100% of what they should be able to do and they have to get more than 90% in each Exam before being allowed to move on to the next level. In this way we know they are ready to move on to the next level.
                                                               
Problem 6: students should be given enough time to study a subject properly
There are 4 types of students: approximately 2 out of 100 are fast learners, 78 out of 100 are medium speed learners, 10 out of 100 are slow learners and the last 10 out of 100 are very slow learners. So the average student is a medium speed learner and it takes them 1200 hours of pen to paper practice to get them to a real A grade standard.

In the UK from year 7 to 11 (age 11 to 16) students on average are given 3 lessons per week for Maths and 3 lessons per week for Science, based on 60 minute lessons.

Approximately 10 minutes is lost for disruption-Where the teacher is telling the students to be quiet, stop giggling, stop asking irrelevant questions etc. Then the teacher spends approximately 30 minutes explaining the topic before they give the student work to practice pen to paper. This means the student only gets to practice Maths for 20 minutes in each lesson x 3 lessons per week = 1 hour (60 minutes) x 36 weeks in the academic year = 36 hours x 5 years of secondary school = 180 hours in total.

It is physically impossible for any teacher in any school to teach a student a 1000 pages of mathematics, repeat it a minimum of 10 times so it goes into their long term memory and still be able to do it in 180 hours. Yet every school in the UK claims to do this.

For Science it is 3 times worse because in Science we have 3 different subjects: Chemistry, Physics and Biology. So the students on average get 1 lesson per week for Chemistry, 1 lesson per week for Physics and 1 lesson per week for Biology. The same problem 10 minutes is lost for disruption, 30 minutes for the teacher talking. So the student only gets 20 minutes to practice chemistry pen to paper x 36 weeks in school year = 12 hours x 5 years of secondary school = 60 hours for Chemistry, 60 hours for Physics and 60 hours for Biology.

It is physically impossible for any teacher in any school to teach a student a 500 page Chemistry text book, repeat it a minimum of 10 times so it goes into their long term memory and still be able to do it in 60 hours. Yet every school in the UK claims to do this.

At the University Home School students can take as long as it takes to learn everything properly before they move on.
                                                                                                                                                                                             
Problem 7: students should be allowed to take or retake exams whenever they are ready and as many times as they need and want at an affordable priceThis does not happen in the UK. GCSE`s and A-Level exams are usually taken in May/June and if you fail, then you have to wait another year before you can take the exam again and that is if they allow you to. They complicate exams by introducing things like coursework, ISA`s and Practicals. This means if a student wanted to buy a book, study on their own and take or retake an exam it is extremely difficult to do so. Even if you can find a place to do the exams by paying for them, you may not be able to afford to do them. It is like telling someone who failed a driving Test that they cannot retake the exam again for another year and only if they attend a school for that year. This is stupidity, inefficient and unfair.

At the University Home School you can take and retake exams as many times as you need to pass the exam; up to 3 times per month (36 times a year) and there is no charge for the exams. (As long as you are a registered student and your tuition fees are up to date)
                                                           
Problem 8: students should be given suitable text books to study from
Most schools do not give students text books/ exercise books to study from/in; the few that do usually charge for it and usually give out unsuitable books, which students find difficult to understand.

At the University Home School all students are given text books specially written to make the subjects easier to understand and exercise books to work in, free of cost.
                                                               
Problem 9: students should be taught how to study
Schools assume you know how to study but they do not teach you how.
At the University Home School we teach you how to study.

Problem 10: education should be affordable and students should not be put in financial debt to get this education.

Universities want approximately £9000/year tuition fees + £5000/ year accommodation fees + £6000/ year for food, bills, books etc. ≈ £20 000/ year. If you borrow £20 000/ year? You will have borrowed £60 000 for a 3 year course and £80 000 for a 4 year course. By the time you add on the interest, they will charge you £120 000 for a 3 year course and £160 000 for a 4 year course. If you fail any year and have to repeat it, it will cost you more and the bank may not lend you any more money to repeat. Which means you will not get a degree but still have to pay for that degree.

According to the University Home School calculations approximately 20% of all human jobs will be lost to mechanisation and robotics by 2020, 30% by 2030, 40% by 2040, 50% by 2050, 60% by 2060, 70% by 2070 and 80% by 2080.

Machines/robots will always be more reliable and cheaper than humans. As they take more and more of the jobs, the wages of people who still have a job will keep falling as the competition for these jobs rises. 80% of you will never be able to pay back your debts or get a well-paid job. So it is irresponsible for politicians to ask you to take on this debt.

Governments cannot exist without tax revenue. Machines do not pay taxes. So tax revenue will continue to fall. So governments will not be able to pay for any of the services such as the NHS, Education, Police, Armed forces etc. this means the economic model that is being used by governments does not work and it will lead to poverty, suffering, social unrest, revolutions and war.

When a country has true leaders, they do what needs to be done so there is no need for charity. When a country has criminals disguised as leaders they cause chaos and suffering leading to the need for charity. The more the charity, the more the country is in trouble leading to its collapse.

Our History: 1977 started teaching students for the year 11 exams. 2000 started teaching students for the year 13 exams. 2012 started the University Home School to try to solve the problems listed.

At the University Home School we keep the cost artificially low to help you get the best education possible without putting students into debt. This however means we cannot have the fancy buildings or employ as many people as we would like. So it will take time to prepare all the work necessary. In the mean time we will issue certificates up to what has been prepared and the relevant references you need for your employers and other schools/colleges/universities.

I hope you found the information useful and if you would like to enrol as a student or need more information call us
on: 0203 260 4084 if you get an answering machine, leave a message and someone will call you as soon as is convenient.

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