We begin during the Easter break. Timetables will be posted closer to the date.


Our Revision classes will take place in the Cavan Crystal Hotel.


A week of intensive revision classes from just €130.

Many parents, and students, ask us: Why should I choose Revise.ie’s Intensive Revision Courses? We always offer the same list of benefits:

  • We offer the best value for money available.
  • Our teachers are all experienced at giving these courses. Each class is intensive and detailed.
  • Students are given excellent guidelines for dealing with exam questions.
  • Professionally printed copy of excellent notes for each subject taken.

See if you can find anywhere else that combines great teachers, professional notes, Supervised Study sessions, and years of experience all in one package. No longer do students from South Leinster, North Munster, and all the border counties have to travel to attend courses. Revise.ie Kilkenny and Cavan have brought the courses to you.

We firmly believe that student focused learning is the most successful route to exam success. Too many students fall behind with conventional learning. Find out more about our Grinds Classes.

We have been talking, and listening, to our students for 10 years. Thanks to this constant evolution we know what today’s students really wants when it comes to preparing for their exams.


Junior Cert Study
9:00am – 10:10am French
10:25am – 11:35am Geography
11:50am – 1:00pm Irish
2:00pm – 3:10pm English
3:25pm – 4:35pm Maths
4:50pm – 6:00pm Science
Room 1 Room 2 Study
9:00am – 10:10am Geography Chemistry
10:25am – 11:35am Irish French
11:50am – 1:00pm Maths Paper 2 Maths Ordinary
2:00pm – 3:10pm Maths Paper 1 Biology A
3:25pm – 4:35pm English Paper 1 Biology B
4:50pm – 6:00pm English Paper 2 Home Economics

Biology A & B both cover the same topics, just at different times.


3rd Year

Irish (Higher)

1. The Story

Students will learn tips on how to maximise their marks on this section as well as guidelines on the topics that come up, helpful vocabulary and expressions and sample answers.

2. The Letter

Students will learn tips on how to maximise their marks on this section as well as guidelines on the topics that come up, helpful vocabulary and expressions and sample answers.

3. Unseen Poetry and Prose

Students will receive useful tips on how to answer this section and what to study to aid them in doing this. Particular focus will be on part B.

4. Preselected poems/stories

Students will receive useful phrases and answer structures as well as worked examples to help them to answer the theme/emotion questions in this section.

5. Grammar section

Students will be taken through the possible questions in this section and will be given helpful advise and tips in how to answer them as well as covering the basic grammar concepts.

6. Listening Comprehension

Tips on the types of vocabulary and questions that come up in this section as well as a focus on previous exams.


Functions and Graphs is a vital topic on Paper 1. We will need to know what a function is. You need to learn all the terminology associated with this topic. We will draw out linear, quadratic and exponential graphs. It would be great if you had graph paper but not essential. We will also look at how graphs are used in real life and how these are applied to Junior Cert questions.

The biggest topic on Paper 2 is Geometry. Students leave this till last and do not put enough effort into it. We will break it down into small sections and cover as many questions as possible. I will give you notes on Trigonometry and time permitting we will go through this topic as well.


Comprehending and composing speeches

Analysing unseen poetry

Discussing unseen fiction

How to write an assessment task reflection

Dealing with unseen drama extracts


Water, Acids & Bases, Air, Plastics, Hydrocarbons

Flowering plants structure & Function, Photosynthesis, Tropisms, Micro-organisms

Heat & Temperature, Magnetism, Electricity & Electronics


The follow topics will be covered in detail throughout the course and notes will be provided
on the remaining topics.

Map work
Ordnance Survey & Aerial photographs

Physical Geography
Weathering & Erosion
Weather & Instruments
Water cycle, clouds and rain types
Acid rain & greenhouse effect

Human Geography

Economic Geography
Primary economic activities- farming, fishing, bogs & oil
Teritary economic activities – tourism

6th Year


1. The Essay

The layout and structure of the essay.

Useful expressions and general vocabulary

Sample essays on current themes

tips on achieving the best grade in this section.

2. The reading Comprehension

Tips on achieving the best grade in this section

Some key vocabulary that reoccurs

The' genre' question (question 6)- how to answer it

Easy guidelines on how to answer the grammar question

3. Poetry

A focus on how to answer the poetry questions with sample answers

4. Prose

A focus on how to answer the prose questions with sample answers


5. Additional text

The focus will be on 'An Triail', with guidelines, tips and sample answers


6. Listening comprehension

Tips on the types of vocabulary and questions that come up in this section as well as a focus on previous exams.

Maths A




Maths B



Maths (Ordinary)

Functions and Graphs


Probability and Statistics


Paper 1

Question A

Question B


Paper 2

Single Text


Comparative Study

The King’s Speech


The Plough and the Stars


Eavan Boland

Elisabeth Bishop

Gerard Manley Hopkins

Sylvia Plath

Paul Durcan

T.S. Eliot

John Keats

John Donne


Unseen Poetry.


Organic Chemistry/Thermochemistry.

Calculations revised (whole Leaving Cert Course).

Volumetric Analysis 1 and 2.

Chemical equilibrium.




Physical Geography

·       Plate Tectonics  ( In detail)

·       Fluvial processes


Regional Geography

·       Primary, secondary and tertiary activities in the following regions:(BMW, Mezzogiorno, Paris)

European Union

·       Membership and impact of expansion


Map Work


Day 1 Food, Enzymes & Energy Carriers

Day 2 Photosynthesis & Respiration

Day 3 DNA & RNA, Protein Synthesis & Cell Division (Mitosis)

Day 4 Homeostasis & Excretion

Day 5 Plant Reproduction and Responses

Home Economics

Question 1 compulsory Question

Nutrients, Foods and Diets

Food Profiles, processing and food leglislation

Savings and Housing

Question 5 The family in Society


1 Subject €130
1 Subject & Study €170
2 Subjects + Free Study €240
3 Subjects + Free Study €320
4 Subjects + Free Study €380
5 Subjects + Free Study €420
6 Subjects + Free Study €450
Study Only €50

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All of Revise.ie’s Cavan students will attend our Revision Courses here.


Some of the most common questions, answered.

How long are classes?

Each subject is taught for 1 hour and 10 minutes

Are students prepared for exams?

In addition to the topics covered in classes, excellent guidelines for dealing with possible exam questions are given.

What time does revision start and end?

In the past we have started at 9am, and finished at 7:30pm. We will have finalised times closer to the date.

When does Supervised Study take place?

Supervised Study is held continuously. This is to ensure that students can avail of it no matter what classes they attend.

Do the students get any notes?

Yes, we provide comprehensive notes that the students can take home.

Can a student only attend one class?

No, students can attend up to six classes daily.

Can students just attend Supervised Study?

Absolutely. Students can attend Supervised Study for an entire day, or for just a few hours.

If you have any other questions feel free to Contact Us and we’ll get back to you.