A Levels online form a natural progression route from GCSE, especially if you wish to attend University. If you study an A Level course, it will provide flexibility for learners who are unable to study through a conventional school or college. You will also get to know our tutors whilst working through your course and be able to message them with any help you require.
You may already know which A Levels and which grades you need to achieve for University entry or the particular career path you wish to take. However, if you are unsure, you can check on The National Careers Service website. They have an abundance of useful information which may help you choose the correct career paths.
It may be that you have a specific degree course in mind. If this is the case, you should firstly check the entry requirements at each potential University as they all have differing requirements. For further information, take a look at the UCAS website or see the website for each specific University. Once you know the entry requirements, it should help you decide which A Levels to take.
All of our A Levels, provide UCAS points for University and more details can be found here.
If you are an international student, we are also able to offer you Edexcel. Please see the ‘International Students‘ section for more information.
Please note that although the CAIE distance learning A Levels are international (IAL), these are also available to UK students and if you require a Cambridge or AQA centre, we can provide you with details of these.
If you require information on A Level exam centres, please contact us and we will be able to provide you with further details.
Below is a list of our A Levels with AQA and Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE). These subjects can be taken within the UK and will provide UCAS points for University. If you are an International learner, please see our International A Level page where you can sit exams all over the world.
In sixth form or college, you would normally take 3 to 4 subjects and this would give you a good basis of knowledge. Especially if you are looking to progress onto a degree course.
By taking at least three subjects, you will generally build up a good range of UCAS points with your grades. UCAS points are what Universities normally ask for in their entry requirements section for a degree.
For example, you may want to apply for a business degree in which case, some Universities will ask for grades AAA in A Levels. You know that with this requirement, only the three A Levels will be required as this is exactly what they are looking for. Other Universities will say that they require a minimum of 144 UCAS points. In this case, you may want to take four A Levels which would relieve the pressure of gaining an “A” in every one of them.
It is a decision that is down to you and we can provide some advice in order to help. It helps to shortlist approximately three Universities and a choice of degrees. We can therefore ensure that you will be working towards the right goals.
Choosing your Online A Level subjects is a decision that can be overwhelming. Taking the wrong subjects can impact what you do later on. For example, the course you want to enrol onto at University and the Universities that will consider you.
That being said, if you really are unsure of which A Levels online you want to take, we offer facilitating subjects that will leave you in the best position once, you have completed your courses.
We can offer at least 31 Online A Levels to UK students with a choice of at least 22 subjects. Therefore it is important to really think about what it is you want to do.
We also have variations of subjects you would have covered before. For example you could choose either English Language or English Literature; or you could take A Level Mathematics or Further Mathematics.
We also have a great range of subjects that you may have never covered before and would find quite interesting. For example, A Level Law, Philosophy, Computer Science and Marine Science can be extremely popular subjects.
Some adult learners will decide to do a degree and use online learning to achieve the minimum entry requirements for University. Others enjoy completing an A Level as a hobby or to refresh existing knowledge.
If you sit your exams in May/June, results are released in August. For A Levels taken in October/November, your results will be available in January. The centre where you sit your exams will be the place where you obtain your results from.
For AQA, exams are in May/June each year. If you are sitting exams with Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), exams can normally in May/June or October/November. There will be some subjects with CAIE that only have exams in May/June. Please contact us for more information.
The practical skills are separate to the overall A Level grade. So, if students do not gain the practical endorsement, they can still receive the A Level qualification at the end of the two years. However, a number of Universities have already stated: if a student is going on to do a Science based degree, they would expect students to have a pass in the practical endorsement. You should check with the relevant University what their exact requirements are.
Please note that CAIE and Edexcel have different requirements with regards to the practical endorsement for their science subjects. Please click here for more information.
Yes they are exactly the same course as what you would complete in College or Sixth Form. The majority of the A Levels we offer do not require coursework and are 100% exam based and you will receive an official A Level qualification on successful completion of exams.
All Universities are different and therefore you would need to check the minimum entry requirements of each individual one for the degree you are looking to enrol onto.
AS and A Levels have changed over the last few years. Instead of assessments being modular, there are 100% final exams at the end of the course. Below is a quick guide to how the changes will affect you. For more information, please contact our Student Support Team.
New A-Level qualifications are now linear. This means that students will sit exams for their particular qualification at the end of the completed course in the June series. Re-sits also can only be sat in the June series. You will still receive UCAS points as part of your A-Level qualification and these can be used to help you gain entry to University.
AS levels will become decoupled from A-levels, which means that they will both become entirely separate qualifications. You will no longer be able to carry forward your AS qualification to the A-level qualification and you will sit either AS or A-level exams. This does not affect previous AS/A2-levels that are being phased out over the next few years.