Fast Track A Levels

Can you Fast Track A Levels?

A Levels are a traditional qualification used by students to go to University. When studied in school or college, they usually take the average student two years to complete. Previously, this was due to the ability to split the study of the course into two parts, AS and A2. But now with changes to course syllabus making A Levels more linear in nature, it’s more feasible to study A Levels on a fast track basis. What are Fast Track A Levels? Fast Track A Levels are a great solution for students who are looking to complete their qualifications quickly. Whether new to A Levels or retaking them, opting to fast… Read More

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Distance Learning A Levels

Distance Learning A Levels

Distance Learning A Levels are an increasingly popular choice for students around the UK and the world. Studied entirely online, they are an easy option to choose for many students. Unlike in years gone by, distance learning is no longer a slow and clunky process of waiting for printed materials to arrive and then sending off assessments by post. Now the learning journey and experience is much simpler (and arguably), much easier for students to begin and complete. Why Study by Distance Learning? Online A Levels are a flexible and modern way to gain qualifications quickly. Rather than having to work to an academic calendar, students can enrol and start… Read More

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Predicted grades with online A Levels

Predicted Grades with Online A Levels

What are Predicted Grades? Predicted grades for A Levels are typically provided by your teachers or school based on your academic performance and assessments throughout the course. These grades are often used for university applications or other educational pathways. Online A Levels, which might refer to studying A Level courses online, can also involve predicted grades. If you are studying A Levels online, you would still be assessed by your teachers or instructors based on your performance in assignments, tests, and other assessments. Just like in traditional in-person A Level courses, your online teachers can provide you with grades based on your progress and performance in the online course. When… Read More

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A-Level and GCSE Results Day

When is A-Level and GCSE Results Day 2023?

After lots of hard work, revision and exams for A Level and GCSE students, results day for is fast approaching for both A Levels and GCSEs with students now expecting their results mid-August. Whether you’re a results waiting student or worried parent, you will be wondering exactly when is A-Level and GCSE Results Day in 2023. When is A Level Results Day in 2023? Results for A Levels in 2022 are released on 17th August. They will be available to students at the exam centre where they sat their examinations. It’s advisable for students to attend the centre to collect their results as soon as possible. For many students this… Read More

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Retaking Your A-Levels (Resits)

Retaking your A-Levels is often referred to as ‘resits’, this is when a student who took their A-Levels originally either didn’t get the results they wanted or didn’t achieve the grades they needed to get their university place. Resits can sometimes feel and seem like a daunting prospect to students. And this is totally understandable, you have spent the last 2 years studying and building up to getting your results, only to have to face the prospect of doing resits. But with online learning it doesn’t need to be as bad as you think. Do I have to take 2 Years to Resit my A-Levels? As doing resits is just… Read More

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Studying A-Levels Online

Is Studying A Levels Online Possible?

Is studying A levels online possible? The quick and simple answer is yes. Even with the growing popularity of online studying, people still think that the study of A Levels it’s possible online. Usually, when you think of studying A Levels, you don’t think of studying A Levels online. Traditionally, A Levels are studied at a school or college in the UK by students. With the advances and changes in online study and education though, it’s now possible for students to study A-Levels from anywhere in the world. What are A Levels? A-Levels are a UK qualification that are used worldwide by universities as a gauge for student performance. Ranked… Read More

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A-Level Online

How A-Levels Online are Studied

So you might be wondering how A-Levels online are actually studied. For someone who has been out of education for a long time or is totally new to education, it’s a common question. With advances of the internet and technology, it has never been easier to study A-Levels online. Depending on who you opt to study with, your course materials will be delivered in a combination of ways. These can be through online classes, videos, quizzes or simply self study texts for you to read that follow the course syllabus. When it comes to A-Levels online, there is no one set best way of learning, it’s all down to the… Read More

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Re-Training for a New Career

Re-training for a new career is not as out there as it might sound! It’s very rare for someone to stay in the same job or role for the whole of their professional career and whether it’s through choice or need, re-training can be a simple process. First things first, you need to sit down and decide what you want to change career to. Try and think about what skills you already have, what you enjoy doing and where you see yourself in a few years time. From there, you should be able to shortlist a few career ideas for you to work towards. If your choices are quite wildly… Read More

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Starting A-Levels

Is October too Late for Starting A-Levels?

If you’re someone considering starting A-Levels, you can be forgiven for thinking that you need to start them in September, especially if you are looking to complete the courses in one year. After all, that is when all the schools and colleges start students on A-Levels right? But the reasoning behind students starting A-Levels in September has more to do with term times and tradition than it does with the practicalities of completing an A-Level course in time for examination in the following summer. How Many Hours of Study is an A Level? The amount of study time needed for A-Levels isn’t actually as many hours as people often think.… Read More

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Can A Levels be done in 1 Year

Can A Levels be done in 1 Year?

Can A Levels be done in 1 Year? Absolutely yes. It will take you a lot of work and dedication, but it is possible to do it. First, let’s look closer at A Levels themselves and the work that they require and need. On average, one A Level subject will take a student approximately 350 hours of study time. That 350 hours covers all of the syllabus and the coursework for the subject needed for sitting the examinations. When you put 350 hours into the grand scheme of things, it really isn’t many hours of study at all. Which is why most students will study 2 or 3 subjects at… Read More

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