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  • 400 guided learning hours

A Level History (including exams)

Key Points

  • Gain a deeper understanding of critical analysis.
  • Develop skills to put forward structured arguments.
  • Learn about the changing geopolitical landscape of Europe in the 20th Century.

 

  • Complete this A Level in as little as 9 months.
  • AQA exams included (AQA Specification: 7042).
  • Study around your existing commitments.

Studying your A Level

A Level History will build on the skills and knowledge you have learnt and further develop your critical and analytical thinking.

Through the breadth of knowledge covered you’ll be able to interpret historic events in your own way, putting forward your on theories, backed by evidence.

During your course you will study the industrialisation of Britain between 1783 and 1885. You will also study democracy and Nazism in German between the First and Second World Wars (1918-1945).

As you explore each of these topics you’ll be able to accurately identify key points that led to some of the most significant events in modern history.

The course is designed in line with AQA specification which prepares you for the exams that are included alongside the material.

The exams will consist of extended writing tasks where you interpret the historical events you’ll have studied throughout the course. Your exams will be at an exam centre near to you. We will aim to find you a place within 50 miles of your postcode, subject to centre capacity and exam availability. 

Upon completion of the course you will have acquired the knowledge needed to take your study of history to degree level and beyond.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is one of the UK’s leading online learning providers.

Distance education offers the flexibility that physical colleges are unable to match. You won’t have to worry about moving around other commitments so you’re able to attend classes as there are none.

As soon as you enrol onto your A Level course you’re able to begin learning. What’s more, you're able to dictate the pace that’s right for you.

That could mean completing the A Level in as little as 9 months or taking your time and using the full two-year time limit. It’s completely up to you. The only specific deadline to work towards is your exam – exam sittings are held once per year in May or June.

Although distance education is a more independent learning style you won’t be alone. An expert tutor is there to assist you when needed and provides constructive feedback to benefit you.

As you progress through your course, you will study the following modules:

  • Introduction to History
  • Industrialisation and the people: Britain, c1783-1885
  • Democracy and Nazism: Germany, 1918-1945
  • Historical Investigation

At the end of each unit, there is an assignment to complete. Once this has been completed and submitted to your tutor they will respond with feedback and with your grade.

The A Level History also requires you to carry out a historical investigation that covers a 100 year period. Your investigation will lead to the writing of a project report which you will need to submit to the exam centre for marking and verification. The historical investigation makes up 20% of the overall mark awarded for the A Level.

All instalment plans must be paid and up to date before an exam can be booked. In addition, exams cannot be booked for dates before the final payment is successfully made. For example, if two monthly payments are due in the future, an exam can be booked, but the exam date will be after the final payment is received.

Tutors & Exams

Tutors and Exams provides examination and assessment facilities primarily aimed at private and home educated candidates.

Tutors and Exams currently have six examination centres located around the country: Bolton, Coventry, Doncaster, St Neots Cambridgeshire, Taunton and Wimbledon. All are approved for examination delivery by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).

OUR PASS RATE
A-Levels
96%
(National Average 81.4%)

A Level History (including exams)

Key Points

  • Gain a deeper understanding of critical analysis.
  • Develop skills to put forward structured arguments.
  • Learn about the changing geopolitical landscape of Europe in the 20th Century.

 

  • Complete this A Level in as little as 9 months.
  • AQA exams included (AQA Specification: 7042).
  • Study around your existing commitments.

Studying your A Level

A Level History will build on the skills and knowledge you have learnt and further develop your critical and analytical thinking.

Through the breadth of knowledge covered you’ll be able to interpret historic events in your own way, putting forward your on theories, backed by evidence.

During your course you will study the industrialisation of Britain between 1783 and 1885. You will also study democracy and Nazism in German between the First and Second World Wars (1918-1945).

As you explore each of these topics you’ll be able to accurately identify key points that led to some of the most significant events in modern history.

The course is designed in line with AQA specification which prepares you for the exams that are included alongside the material.

The exams will consist of extended writing tasks where you interpret the historical events you’ll have studied throughout the course. Your exams will be at an exam centre near to you. We will aim to find you a place within 50 miles of your postcode, subject to centre capacity and exam availability. 

Upon completion of the course you will have acquired the knowledge needed to take your study of history to degree level and beyond.

Getting Started

Stonebridge Associated Colleges is one of the UK’s leading online learning providers.

Distance education offers the flexibility that physical colleges are unable to match. You won’t have to worry about moving around other commitments so you’re able to attend classes as there are none.

As soon as you enrol onto your A Level course you’re able to begin learning. What’s more, you're able to dictate the pace that’s right for you.

That could mean completing the A Level in as little as 9 months or taking your time and using the full two-year time limit. It’s completely up to you. The only specific deadline to work towards is your exam – exam sittings are held once per year in May or June.

Although distance education is a more independent learning style you won’t be alone. An expert tutor is there to assist you when needed and provides constructive feedback to benefit you.

A-Levels
OUR PASS RATE
(National Average 81.4%)
96%

As you progress through your course, you will study the following modules:

  • Introduction to History
  • Industrialisation and the people: Britain, c1783-1885
  • Democracy and Nazism: Germany, 1918-1945
  • Historical Investigation

At the end of each unit, there is an assignment to complete. Once this has been completed and submitted to your tutor they will respond with feedback and with your grade.

The A Level History also requires you to carry out a historical investigation that covers a 100 year period. Your investigation will lead to the writing of a project report which you will need to submit to the exam centre for marking and verification. The historical investigation makes up 20% of the overall mark awarded for the A Level.

All instalment plans must be paid and up to date before an exam can be booked. In addition, exams cannot be booked for dates before the final payment is successfully made. For example, if two monthly payments are due in the future, an exam can be booked, but the exam date will be after the final payment is received.

Tutors & Exams

Tutors and Exams provides examination and assessment facilities primarily aimed at private and home educated candidates.

Tutors and Exams currently have six examination centres located around the country: Bolton, Coventry, Doncaster, St Neots Cambridgeshire, Taunton and Wimbledon. All are approved for examination delivery by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).

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