A Level
Requirements
Knowledge of the content of the Cambridge IGCSE is assumed.
OutcomeS
At the end of the first year of A Level, students have the option of writing AS Level exams
Suggested for
17-year-old students

Description

A British curriculum's Advanced level is made up of A Level courses. A Level is a two-year course with internationally recognised examinations usually written at age 18. These two years are split between two courses at CambriLearn: the first year is covered in the AS Level courses and the second year is covered in the A Level courses. This enables students to choose to write only the AS Level examinations, or to proceed to the full A Level course over two years.

A British Advanced curriculum is typically for learners aged 16 to 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for university and higher education. A British Advanced curriculum builds on the foundations of British Upper Secondary, although learners do not need to complete that stage before this one

Specific Outcomes

At the end of the first year of A Level, students have the option of writing AS Level exams. These AS Levels are internationally recognised examinations, written at certified exam centres across the world. Students proceeding to the full A Level can write their AS Level exams in one year and then the A Level exams the following year, or they can write all the exams in their second year of study. The CambriLearn A Level courses cover the second year of the A Level subjects.

Requirements

Knowledge of the content of the Cambridge IGCSE is assumed. The A Level exam must be written within 13 months of the AS exam for the qualification to remain valid. If you defer your A Level exams beyond this, you will have to rewrite your AS exams. For Pure Maths courses at A Level, please refer to the following course combinations allowed/required:

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