A Levels are the gold standard of the British education system and our abilities, even in later life, are still measured against it.
This is partly because of the flexibility of the examination system but also because A Level study requires a broader understanding to which home schooling is particularly suited.
Each A Level is split into two halves, the AS Level and the A2 Level. Whilst both halves cover approximately the same amount of material, the conceptually harder elements will nearly always be found at A2. Generally, each half of the A Level will be split into two units. Each unit matches a corresponding exam. Examinations are normally in June each year.
Most of Oxford Home Schooling’s A Level courses have a recommended accompanying textbook which students will need to obtain. By clicking on any of the book images in this web site, you will be taken to the relevant page on Amazon’s website. Some courses also include access to online resources. Where this is the case, students will need to have internet access.
In addition to the recommended text, each course will have suggested reading to help you achieve a broader understanding of your subject.
Most of our A Levels have special entry requirements. Please see individual subject information for details. In general, Oxford Home Schooling will admit students for A Level who have a minimum of 4 GCSEs at grade C and above. These would ideally include English and Maths.
Within this Course there are the Following Subjects