An A Level, is a secondary school “leaving” qualification that is offered in the UK, the qualification is offered as a main qualification in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland and is the final qualification that a student can sit in school before eventually joining university. A Levels are seen as an alternative qualification in Scotland as they use Scottish Higher, and is also seen as an international school qualification worldwide.
If you're looking to find out exactly what your A Levels UCAS points are or what each course can be worth to you, we have everything in the articles below. If you are looking to find out more about A Levels for medicine or the A Levels needed for Law, we have got you covered.
We are able to give you an insight into the world of A Levels, how difficult it can be to study them, the jump from GCSEs to A Levels and the differences between AS & A Levels, you can also see how BTECs work and how they can help you with your university application.