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GCE A level + AS level English Tutoring

What are A and AS levels?

The General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced level (A level) and Advanced Subsidiary level (AS level) are the traditional school leaving qualifications in Britain. They are highly valued by universities and employers

What is the difference between A and AS Levels?

AS levels can be taken as a stand-alone qualification, or as the first part of an A level course.
AS levels are completed at the end of Year 12. A2 exams and coursework are added on to an AS level at the end of Year 13, bringing it up to A level standard.

Who is it for?

The AS and A levels are for students aged 16-19.

How is it assessed?

AS/A levels are mostly assessed by written exams, although there’s also some coursework in most subjects. In subjects like science and art, your child’s practical skills are also assessed. 

AS/A levels are graded A*-E. 

 

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