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Progression to A Level study is for many students, the ?natural? next step in their post-16 education following successful completion of GCSEs. We offer a wide variety of subjects, including some you may not have had the chance to study before such as Psychology, Politics, Geology, Economics and Law.
Students celebrated their best ever results in 2018,with 100% pass rate in 30 subjects contributing a fantastic overall pass rate of 98.5%. Further to this, 50% of students achieved superb A* to B grades continuing the year on year increase in A Level high grades attained at the College.
If you are ambitious and predicted to achieve highly in your GCSEs then you can apply for an Academic Scholarship and/or membership to our Honours Academy. This will be in addition to your A Level programme. You can also apply to take an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) as an AS Level, in addition toyour chosen A Level subjects. Students are required to choose a topic that they find particularly interesting and conduct a research project culminating in an essay, piece of art, model or film installation. The project will enrich your academic portfolio and develop your initiative as well as research, organisation, reflection and evaluation skills.
Enrichment forms the fourth part of your A Level programme.
English Language and Literature
Fashion and Textiles
Government and Politics
History – Modern or Early Modern
Sport and Physical Education
Generally assessment is through written exams, though some subjects use a variety of other methods including practical assessments and written coursework.
This serves as an ideal preparation for university. On completion, over 75% of our A Level students’ progress directly to universities in the UK and overseas, or stay with us to study a degree at University Centre Somerset. Our tutors and subject lecturers would support you through your UCAS application.
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The standard entry requirement is a minimum of five GCSE passes at 5 and
I’ve found my passion and what I want to do in the future after enjoying a level chemistry, and also elements of maths and physics which overlap with chemistry. Also, knowledge which far exceeds anything I learnt at GCSE.
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