Who are A-levels for?
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- A Level Courses
Numerous understudies take AS and A-level capabilities in Years 12 and 13, subsequent to finishing their GCSEs. Be that as it may, grown-ups can take them as well.
Some schools likewise offer AS levels in certain subjects for skilled and capable understudies in Years 10 and 11 (ages 14 to 16).
What subjects can you study at A-level?
There are around 80 AS and A-level subjects accessible. You can proceed with subjects taken in Years 10 and 11 and/or take new ones.
Most understudies contemplating for A-levels take three or four AS levels in their first year. This implies you can keep your choices open about which subjects to consider as an entire A level.
How long does it take to study A/AS levels?
AS levels include 180 guided learning hours. They are identical to a large portion of an A-level and, if concentrated full-time close by different courses, for the most part take a year to finish. A-levels include 360 guided learning hours and for the most part take two years to finish if concentrated full-time close by different courses.
Guided learning hours are the quantity of hours of managed or guided study time you’ll have to do to for your An/AS level capability.
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The A Level project is amongst a standout amongst the most regarded and dynamic in the UK. A Levels, or ‘Propelled Levels’, are the UK’s Gold Standard college placement tests, remembered everywhere throughout the globe. Accomplishing high A Level results will guarantee you get the chance to look over the UK’s most pre-prominent colleges.
The additional estimation of the A Level Program is, that notwithstanding the broad scholarly bolster universities give English and your picked A Level subjects, your insight is further upgraded by a far reaching and drawing in system of advancement.
Improvement is set of exercises including trips, addresses, clubs and social orders, exercises, honors and rivalries that supplement the fundamental educational programs. You will be given a decision of advancement pathways, intended to fundamentally improve college movement and your general experience.
The enrichment programmes will enable you to develop;
- The high level project management skills that universities and employers value, linked to achievement of the A Level Extended Project Qualification (EPQ),
- Specialist skills to aid subject understanding and the ability to achieve high grades at A Level,
- Core personal development skills that will enhance your ability to stand out from the crowd and significantly improve the opportunity to secure a place at your chosen university.
- For A Level an EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) will be the main focus of enrichment. EPQ’s are becoming increasingly accepted and sought after in a candidate by the top Russell Group of Universities.