Access to Higher Education –…If you are aged 19+ but don't have the right qualifications or grades for…
This course will give you an understanding of law in today’s society and raises awareness of the rights and responsibilities of individuals.
You will apply this knowledge to real-life case studies to develop your own analytical ability, decision making and problem-solving skills.
If you are interested in proceeding with A Levels then then you have 4 different pathways that you can choose from. With each pathway you must choose 3 A Levels. Other combinations are available.
This is a linear exam and all three exams will be taken at the end of the two-year course.
Paper 1 - two hour exam (33% of final grade)
Paper 2 - two hour exam (33% of final grade)
Paper 3 - two hour exam (33% of final grade).
For learners wishing to enrol on one of the A Levels in September 2021 there is a minimum entry criteria of 5.6 based on an Average Points Score across a learners GCSE results. A Calculation is made based on all GCSEs taken against grades per subject to confirm the final score. For example if you sat 8 GSCEs and received a grade 5 for each subject then your overall APS would be 5.67. For more information please contact the admissions team.
This course helps to develop skills that are highly sought after by universities and employers including decision making, problem-solving and analytical thinking skills.
If you are 16 to 18 years old you won't have to pay tuition fees.
If you're 19 or older you may need to pay a fee.
All fees exclude exams, registration and administration charges. These fees apply to all learners, except those with full fee remission.
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