Step Into My Shoes provides tuition in person and/or online for students sitting STEP (Sixth Term Examination Paper) . Our STEP admissions preparation offers excellent tutoring and guidance for the STEP papers sat in June. For students interested in preparing this test, please register your interest or email info@stepintomyshoes.co.uk

What's included:

  • Content to prepare the STEP papers

  • Test strategy and technique

  • Practice questions

SESSION 1 - PURE MATHS


General and algebra
Functions and curve sketching

SESSION 2 - PURE MATHS


Trigonometry
Geometry and vectors

SESSION 3 - PURE MATHS

Differentiation
Integration

SESSION 4 - PROBABILITY / STATISTICS & MECHANICS

Probability & Statistics
Mechanics


“Thanks for all your help. I’m very happy! The course gave me much more confidence and even let me enjoy it a little!
I got 4 A* and a Grade 1 in STEP thanks to you!
— Step Into My Shoes Student

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From the point of view of admissions to a university mathematics course, STEP has three purposes.

First, it acts as a hurdle: success in STEP is thought to be a good indicator of potential to do well on a difficult course.

Second, it acts as preparation for the course, because the style of mathematics found in STEP questions is similar to that of undergraduate mathematics.

Thirdly, it tests motivation. It is important to prepare for STEP (by working through old papers, for example), which can require considerable dedication. Those who are not willing to make the effort are unlikely to thrive on a difficult mathematics course.
— Dr Siklos

Our Lead Instructors:

Our lead instructors are top percentile scorers themselves with several years of teaching experience and track records of continual success. They are in the unique position to understand the common ground across all school curriculums and various exam boards to identify the additional competencies necessary to achieve a high score in the relevant entrance exams. We recruit teachers who have been trained at highly selective and academic universities. The majority of our teachers attended Oxbridge and Imperial for their university studies.

Reminder:

Why do students sit the STEP papers?

  1. To meet a conditional offer

  2. To impress admissions teams in STEM related subjects

  3. In preparation for other admissions tests (such as CSAT)

  4. To build solid mathematical skills in preparation of attending university

  5. For fun!

Student Testimonials:

"The lessons were essential in helping me become a strong candidate. Thank you so much for everything, your help was what made me succeed in getting my offers from Imperial and Oxford.' Sofoklis

Thank you for your help with the LNAT and CLT preparation! Both the lessons on essay writing and those focusing on the multiple choice were extremely insightful and without a doubt played a big part in helping me get my offers including Cambridge!” Ines

"Every week I learnt new methods for solving questions, I feel more confident about how to approach solving more complicated questions that need a creative approach. I am more confident in my ability, I liked doing the questions at home and in class. I would recommend because I enjoyed and benefitted from the class." Rose

"Different graphs and the same method to tackle all of them.Now I can use the same steps that I've learnt tackling these questions to help me think about the answers to other questions. It has given me the confidence to think out loud and not be afraid to make mistakes." Nikita

"Great sessions which gave a lot of questions to practice with for work at home. The teacher was great and really knew his stuff. Maths and Physics concepts were explained in unique ways which made harder problems seem simpler. The course is great as it not only helps with the entrance test but is also a great way of preparing for your interview." Ahad

"I think this course really improved my problem-solving skills in lots of different areas of the syllabus. The diversity of topics covered and relating exercises to examples we understand kept the lessons lively, enjoyable and fun! I am now more capable of solving tricky questions thanks to useful tricks and would therefore recommend it to anyone wanting to take the ENGAA exam or any other related assessments. I found this course great!" Clement

"The course was very helpful in developing my thinking skills & logic, and I learnt lots of new mathematical methods that I can apply to MAT questions." Carys