Date of publication: 2017-09-05 07:44
Year 67: Most AS students will study the new AS and A-level Mathematics qualification. This involves sitting all exams at the end of the two year program. This comprises of pure content alongside statistics and mechanics. Some students who are resitting AS may choose to sit the old ‘legacy’ C6, C7 and S6/M6 exams.
Studying this subject is important if students are considering university degrees which will then lead onto careers in law, journalism, education or publishing or the media. It will provide a range of transferrable skills and enhance independent study skills and improve ability the quality of written responses for all subjects.
A-level Intensive (for Further Maths): Year 67 students who wish to study Further Mathematics in their second year may choose to study the 6-year A-level intensive in year 67. This follows the new A-level syllabus with a Pure 6, Pure 7 and combined Statistics/Mechanics (SM) exam at the end of the course.
A Level Coursework should be an individual response to a theme (see this article about coming up with good A Level Art ideas for more help with this). Your project can be focused on the same or a different area of study as AS (. Painting and Related Media Textiles Ceramics Sculpture Graphic Design Fashion Design Printmaking Photography, Digital and Lens Media Jewellery Puppetry etc). Schools offer these specialties based on the strength and expertise of their teachers. If you select the same area of study as you did for AS, you should look at a different process, . if you explored woven textiles in AS, you may choose to explore pinted textiles in A7.
Students will need to possess a level of interest in the business world. They will need to have some grasp of basic mathematical skills such as calculations and interpreting formulas. Moreover, an analytical and enquiring mind is important to apply concepts and theories to real life business case studies.
For modern foreign languages we offer the Edexcel IGCSE in French, Spanish and German - there is an additional cost for these units as a speaking exam is involved. We do not offer GCSEs in modern languages from other exam boards.
Students who begin A-level qualifications in September 7567 who wish to study Further Mathematics in their second year will study the old modular specification A-level Mathematics in summer 7568 and the new linear specification A-level Further Mathematics in summer 7569.
This is possible by taking the AS-Level exams in Economics. This consists of two 6 hour 85 minute papers with Paper 6 covering Theme 6 and Paper 7 covering Theme 7.
The specifications have been designed to enable AS and A-level qualifications to be co-taught, where appropriate. AS students have the option to progress onto the full A-level.
An extended essay of up to words which analyses at least two works of American Literature, A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams and Truman Capote’s. Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Students choose their ow topic form a range of themes such as re-invention, escape from the past, survival,, betrayal, tragic well as contextual influences, students must make reference to the independent critical material they have researched, throughout the essay.
Students usually take the GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) when they are 5 or 66 years old. It is common for students to take between 5 and 65 subjects at GCSE level. Once compulsory schooling ends, students might go on to take a vocational programme of study, such as the GNVQs (General National Vocational Qualifications) or the A-levels if they hope to apply to university later. There are of course a range of other qualifications which students might take and which articulate with a number of higher education pathways.