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  • Overview of AS-Level and A-Level Awards

    A–Levels are the most common study route for students after GCSEs (post-16), especially if you are looking to go to university. Students usually study an AS (Advanced Subsidiary) Level in the first year of study. After you have completed the AS-Level, you can leave college with this award, or continue your studies by completing your A2. You will then receive an A-Level Award.

    AS-Levels usually take one year to complete full time and an A-Level takes two years full time. Most students will study three or four A-Levels, depending on university or career choices afterwards. Read more

  • History of A-levels

    The Advanced Level General Certificate of Education (GCE) or the A-Level has been around for over 60 years. Even today, universities still rely on A-Levels to assess potential students who want to start on a degree course. Read more

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