A Level Courses

A Levels are the Gold Standard of the British education system, and are often the main requirement for further education applications to Universities. Within the UK School system, A Levels have traditionally been divided into two halves (AS Level being the first year of study & A2 Level being the second year of study), although an AS Level is now a separate qualification to the A Level in the new linear specifications.

All A Level's are currently in the process of being changed from modular to linear specifications. The new linear specifications will require students to sit all of their exams in a single exam window on completion of their studies. All modular specifications will have been retired by the end of the May/June 2018 exam window. Some courses will cover the modular specifications while any subjects that have already been changed will cover the new linear specifications. Please Read Our Blog about changes to A Level specifications for more information.

Modular Syllabus courses for final exams in May/June 2018: Law, Pure Mathematics, Maths & Mechanics and Maths & Statistics (New linear syllabus courses will be available to replace the current modular syllabus in September 2017).

Linear Syllabus courses for first exams in May/June 2017 (and later years): Biology, Business Studies, Economics, English Language, English Literature, French, History, Psychology, Sociology and Spanish.

Please Note: We strongly advise that candidatesClick here to read this Guide, which explains in detail about the courses, possible exam dates and the procedures in being a private candidate for finding exam centres etc.

Special Requirements:

  • You can start an A Level course at any time but you can only sit your examination in an appropriate examination window.
  • We will only admit students for A Levels who have a minimum of 4 GCSE's at grade C and above or equivalent qualifications. These would ideally include English and Maths.
  • All A Level examinations have to be sat in the UK.
  • We cannot accept students under the age of 16 on A Level courses

Possible Exam Dates:

A Level exams are sat in May/June examination windows. Students can decide to study over a one year or two year period (Providing the specification and exams are available over that duration). You can sign up for a course at any time although course tutors set closing dates for students aiming for specific examination windows.

  • The closing date for A Level students aiming for all exams in May/June 2017 was 14 October 2016.
  • The closing date for A Level students aiming for all exams in May/June 2018 will be 13 October 2017.
  • The closing date for students aiming for Law or a Maths specification over a two year period (AS in May/June 2017 and A2 in May/June 2018) will be 28 October 2016.

Students must select their chosen examination window and will be supported until they complete their studies. If students struggle to complete their studies in time for their chosen exams then they can defer to the next possible window for a cost of £15.00 providing the exam specification is the same.

Pricing Structure & Instalment Options:

Course materials can be paid for in full or over 4 monthly interest free instalments. You can purchase 2 A Level courses for £675.00 via the Special Offers Section of our Website.

A Level Course Pricing Structure

Total Price Initial Payment 3 Additional Payments
One A Level £350.00 £155.00 £65.00
Two A Levels £675.00 £285.00 £130.00

* Additional A Level Courses would be £350.00 each, although we do not recommend students take on more than 3 at any one time. All applications are subject to acceptance from our course advisory team.

Order Process:

When you order a course via the website, you will be directed to an online student information form which needs to be filled in and submit (A link to this form will also be emailed to you). We need this form to be submit before we process your application. We will not process any payment or send any course materials until that information is returned to us. Once returned a course advisor will contact you to go over the important information about your study and the exams and will then arrange the delivery of your course materials. All applications are subject to acceptance from our course advisory team.

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BIOLOGY A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

BIOLOGY A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Biology A Level Course embraces the fascinating study of life and all living organisms. This specification will cover the molecular basis, origins and the ecosystems inhabited by such organisms. The course will also deal with the more worrying aspects of Biology such as disease, habitat destruction and genetic engineering.

BUSINESS A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

BUSINESS A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Business A level Course will give you a solid grounding in many of the skills required for business life in the rapidly changing world of the new millennium. One of our most popular courses, it assumes no prior knowledge, although it is an advantage to have some background in accounting and mathematics. New topics include the “dot com” phenomenon and how to start a new business.

ECONOMICS A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

ECONOMICS A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Economics A Level Course has been developed so students can learn to apply economic theory to support analysis of current economic issues. Students are encouraged to understand the interrelationships between microeconomics and macroeconomics and to help in developing real life skills which are needed to understand and analyse data, and to think critically and to make informed decisions. Students will also develop their quantative skills and learn to evaluate arguments using both qualitative and quantitative data.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

ENGLISH LANGUAGE A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The English Language A Level Course introduces advanced language study and develops a students' ability to write for a variety of audiences and purposes. You will discover linguistic frameworks and how these can be used to analyse and interpret language..

This home study course provides the perfect opportunity for students to improve their language skills and gain an understanding of the underlying structures of English, both spoken and written.

ENGLISH LITERATURE A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

ENGLISH LITERATURE A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

Taking the English Literature A Level Course is an excellent way to introduce yourself to a wide range of works of drama, poetry and prose. On this AQA syllabus, there are two written papers and two pieces of coursework and the course prepares you thoroughly for all of them. The course is designed to encourage candidates in developing further interest and enjoyment in literary studies by reading widely, critically and independently and to also introduce candidates to the traditions of English Literature.

FRENCH A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

FRENCH A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The French A Level Course will help students develop confident, effective communication skills in French and a thorough understanding of the culture of countries and communities where French is spoken. The course will help students to improve on their existing French skills and build on the essential skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing the French language. Effective learning is encouraged through frequent activities and self-assessment questions. There are seventeen Tutor-Marked Assignments (TMAs) in the new Edexcel specification which include four practice exam assignments and two speaking tests. The course is supported by oral material on CD-ROM, and access to OUP/Nelson Thornes online resources at Kerboodle. Students will need to have internet access to benefit from these.

HISTORY A LEVEL £350.00

HISTORY A LEVEL

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The History A Level Course has been designed to help students understand the significance of historical events, the role of individuals in history and the nature of change over time. This qualification will help students to gain a deeper understanding of the past through political, social, economic and cultural perspectives. The course will build on the understanding of the past taught at GCSE level through a balanced course of study.

LAW A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

LAW A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Law A Level Course will give you a thorough understanding of how law is created, administered and changed. You will learn how to analyse problem situations and apply the appropriate substantive legal rules and principles. You will gain the ability to evaluate critically the appropriateness and effectiveness of particular legal rules, institutions and procedures together with an appreciation of the effects of the law and the legal system on the individual and society.

PURE MATHEMATICS A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

PURE MATHEMATICS A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Pure Mathematics A Level Course is designed to help a students understanding of mathematics and mathematical processes in a way that promotes confidence and fosters enjoyment. A good grounding in Mathematics is not only intellectually rewarding, but also often provides the passport to a wide variety of jobs, as well as further work in scientific research.

MATHS & MECHANICS A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

MATHS & MECHANICS A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Maths & Mechanics A Level Course covers 4 of the 6 units from the Pure Mathematics course but replaces two of the Pure Mathematics units with Mechanics Paper 1 (AS) and Mechanics Paper 2 (A2). Mechanics is a practical application of Mathematics and it considers how we can use Mathematics to model real life situations and how to best to solve associated problems.

MATHS & STATISTICS A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

MATHS & STATISTICS A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Maths & Statistics A Level Course covers 4 of the 6 units from the Pure Mathematics course but replaces two of the Pure Mathematics units with Statistics Paper 1 (AS) and Statistics Paper 2 (A2). The Statistics units will offer a range of techniques for understanding and analysing data, which is an increasingly important skill for many employment sectors.

PSYCHOLOGY A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

PSYCHOLOGY A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Psychology A Level Course will give a fascinating insight into a hugely popular subject. You will learn to design experiments, evaluate scientific research, use statistics effectively and deal with ethical issues. There is also guidance on carrying out practical investigations and psychological methods. Training in Psychology opens up many career paths. In addition to laying the foundations for further study, it is useful not only for future health professionals, but also for a broad range of jobs involving the management of people.

SOCIOLOGY A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

SOCIOLOGY A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Sociology A Level Course will present you with various sociological theories and ask you to draw on your experiences and background knowledge to test their validity and accuracy. People know and understand 95% of what is happening to them simply by living and learning, wrote the sociologist Professor Halsey. Sociology seeks to provide the other 5% by asking relevant questions and identifying general patterns of social relationships that are not necessarily recognised by those immediately involved.

SPANISH A LEVEL COURSE £350.00

SPANISH A LEVEL COURSE

Approximate Study Time: 700 Hours (Self Study) Buy Now More Info

The Spanish A Level Course helps students develop confident, effective communication skills in Spanish and a thorough understanding of the culture of countries and communities where Spanish is spoken. The course will help students to improve on their existing Spanish skills and build on the essential skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing the Spanish language.

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