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Law is a fascinating subject whether you want to go on to further study or just expand you knowledge. This Law A level course is perfect for study as home education.

This Law course will prepare you thoroughly for the examinations with activities and self assessment tests. Each lesson reflects an individual section of the syllabus and details how it fits into the broader subject of Law.

As you progress through the eleven tutor-marked assignments your Tutor will give you invaluable feedback and insights into various areas of History.


M1 Law Making and the Legal System (Unit Law 01)

  • Section A: Law Making
  • Section B: The Legal System

M2 The Concept of Liability (Unit Law 02)

  • Section A:Introduction to Criminal Liability
  • Section B: Introduction to Tort

M3 Criminal Law (Unit Law 03)

  • Section A: Criminal Law (Fatal and non-fatal offences against the person)

M4  Criminal Law (Offences against Property) and Concepts of Law (Unit Law 04)

  • Section A: Criminal Law (Offences against property)
  • Section C: Concepts of Law

The Law  A level course is assessed in May/June each year.  There are 4 examination papers which correspond to the 4 main modules of the courses.  3 exams are 1 hour 30 minutes long and the Unit 04 exam is 2 hours long. Students who complete the first 2 modules can sit the AS examination if they wish and carry their marks forward to the full A level in following years.


Law A Level and Home Education FAQs

The Law Course has been specifically written to prepare candidates for the AQA examination boards Law A level Qualification. The syllabus numbers are:

AS- 1161

A2- 2161

When you start your course with us you will agree an examination date or dates with your Student Adviser.  Your support period is then up to this examination date.

Normally speaking we would expect students to have a minimum of 4 good GCSEs in order to start the Law A level course.  This does not have to include Law GCSE.

If you feel you have other qualifications  or experience which would enable you to start the course, please call one of our student advisers on 0800 0111 024 and we can discuss your suitability for the course.

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