Are you not happy with your A Level results? If not, it isn’t too late to do something about it. With distance learning, you can take these qualifications at any age and succeed.
Studying with Learn Now Distance Learning College couldn’t be easier, we cater for not only UK students but also International students and offer the largest range of A Levels out there.
With our online learning college, you are able to study A Levels from the comfort of your own home. We offer flexible learning so that you can start and stop your course whenever you require.
We offer 2 years tutor support with all of our programmes, but we do allow you to complete them sooner if you want to.
A Levels, also known as Advanced level qualifications are subject-based qualifications that can lead to university/further study, training, or work.
They are usually assessed through examinations which fall once or twice a year and are equivalent to Level 3 qualifications.
If you are wondering how many subjects to study, you can normally study three or more over two years. When you choose a University, they will normally advise you how many A Levels, they need, the subjects they prefer you to cover and the number of UCAS points required.
You may require some further help with choosing the subjects you wish to study. If this is the case, our student advisors will have a good idea as to which subjects compliment each other really well. All you need to do is think about which subject you are most likely to enjoy as if you have an interest in a particular subject, you are more likely to do well and achieve the grades you are looking for.
You may already know which subjects you wish to complete if you have a particular career/job in mind, or you may want to go on to study the subject at University.
Whether you want to keep your future study or career choices optional or you know what you want to do, A Levels are a great stepping stone.
A Levels with Learn Now Distance Learning College are really flexible and therefore they can be for anyone!
If you are considering University, most higher education programmes require specific subjects or combinations of A Levels which provide UCAS points.
Alternatively, employers really value A Levels as they show a good level of education.
Sometimes you will even study an A Level as a hobby. If there is a subject area you are interested in and you just want to know more.
There are no previous entry requirements for this course, however learners are expected to have a reasonable standard of literacy and numeracy skills.
With our A Level courses, we provide full tutor support meaning:-
We will provide you with a list of centres in your area where you can sit your examinations and practical assessments.
Please note that this is the only additional cost that you will incur and it will be payable directly to the centre where you sit your exams.
If you follow your tutors advice and complete all of your assignments including practise examination papers, we are confident that you will pass your exams. You need to be self-motivated and wanting to succeed.
If you are sitting your exams in the June series, you will receive your results in August. For the November series, results will normally be released in January.
Your qualification will be awarded by either: –
The advantage of distance learning is that you do not need to wait until September in order to begin your course. You can enrol on your chosen subject at anytime and begin straight away.
For an AS Level, you will take all exams at the end of the course, however these marks can’t be allocated towards your final A Level grade under the English A Level system with AQA. If you are looking at an AS Level with Cambridge International, the rules are slightly different and you will need to refer to our International page or the individual course.
The AS Level is still a qualification in its own right. You will still receive UCAS points and Universities will accept them.
You could progress onto University. A Levels are the most popular qualification studied to apply to University or higher education due to the UCAS points that they offer. In order to find out what is involved in the application process for applying to University, please visit UCAS.
Look for employment – With A Levels, you will stand a greater chance of securing employment.
Apply for a higher apprenticeship.