Need some A-Level qualifications?
Distance Learning could be the best way to study for your A-Levels
A levels are subject-specific qualifications normally studied after GCSEs or International GCSEs, though they are appropriate at any age to gain a qualification in a subject in which you are interested. You can study for them in a way that suits you with distance learning.
The qualification is made up of two levels: the AS level and the A2 level. The AS level is the first half of a full A level and is a qualification on its own. The A2 level builds on the knowledge gained from both the AS level, as well as the GCSE level. Both the AS and A2 levels and examinations must be successfully completed to gain a full A level.
Many courses at university or college will require you to have passed A-levels in certain subject combinations. Using our specially designed distance learning A-Levels you will be able to comfortably meet those requirements.
This unique method of delivering the course content means that you can study in the comfort and privacy of your own home. There are no set enrolment dates or finishing deadlines so you can set your study schedule to fit around your other commitments.
Clearly it is the finest way to gain these valuable qualifications.
Getting A-levels can provide you with a variety of options, such as work, further study or an apprenticeship.
After successful completion of this course, you could apply to university, a BTEC Higher National, NVQ, a BTEC Apprenticeship or a mixture of these
If you are applying to a UK university you are likely to apply through the University and College Admission Service (UCAS). You can find out more about
UCAS and how A-levels are valued by Further and Higher education institutes on the UCAS website.
A levels are highly valued by schools, colleges and employers. They are at level 3 on the National Qualifications Framework and they carry UCAS
points, which will be awarded according to the grade achieved (A = 120, B = 100, C = 80).
Yes, all the A-level courses we offer are written to the most up to date Awarding Organisation syllabuses.
There are a whole range of test centres across the country that accept private candidates like yourself. Here is a list of some suggested centres:
English Maths Science Tuition Centre
40 Showell Green Lane
1A High Street
T: 0117 9109931
London Brooks College
40-42 The Burroughs
T: 020 8202 2047
Greene’s Tutorial College
97A St Aldate’s Street
T: 01865 248 308
Rastrick Independent High School
T: 0148 440 0344
Each centre has their own fee structure, so it is normally best to contact the centre of your choice and request their pricing policy, or simply visit their
website where the information will be provided.
The courses are designed to provide you with everything you need, however your tutor will let you know if he/she recommend any additional textbooks.
Yes, once you have registered on your A-level you will be assigned a personal tutor who will mark your assignments and provide guidance by email.