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                            The A levels are originally a UK qualification and have been introduced worldwide, aimed at students aged 17 and 18 in their last two years of schooling. A levels provide a basis for selection of University entrants in UK as well as a qualification for students entering the job market.

                            The A level system is different from other pre-University qualifications, such as IB, in that it has no compulsory components; students are free to study whichever subjects they choose.

                            AS / A level Subjects
                            Art Spanish
                            Biology Computer science
                            Chemistry Accounting
                            Physics Economics
                            Geography Mathematics
                            History Sociology
                            Psychology Music
                            Drama English Language
                            English Literature EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) *

                            The A level qualification has been in existence for over 50 years and, as such, it is recognized
                            all over the world as a rigorous qualification which can be trusted.

                            All A levels are split into two components: AS
                            (comprising 50% of the A level and generally completed in the A1 year)
                            and A2 (comprising the other 50% and generally completed in the A2 year).

                            Students may choose to continue with each subject for two years and gain a full A
                            level or drop after A1 with an AS level. An AS level is a qualification in its own
                            right and can be an important asset when applying to Universities.


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