Fast-Track A-Levels 1 year / Retakes
A levels are subject-specific qualifications normally studied after GCSEs or International GCSEs, though they are appropriate at any age to gain a qualification in a subject in which you are interested.
The qualification is made up of two levels: the AS level and the A2 level. The AS level is the first half of a full A level and is a qualification on its own. The A2 level builds on the knowledge gained from both the AS level, as well as the GCSE level. Both the AS and A2 levels and examinations must be successfully completed to gain a full A level.
Students usually take 1 year to complete the AS and a further year to complete the A2 – so a full A level usually takes two years. This fast track A level, however, lets you complete the course in half the time (i.e. one year instead of two years). The fast track A level works in exactly the same way and you get the same certificate as you would on the two-year course.
· A-Level Mathematics
· A-Level Biology
· A-Level Chemistry
· A-Level Psychology
· A-Level RE
· A-Level Law* (Subject to demand).
This programme is suitable for students who have already completed one or more years of A Level study or a similar level course (such as International Baccalaureate or Pre-U). It is also appropriate for students seeking to retake complete subjects or those who need additional subjects to be eligible for undergraduate courses in medical sciences and other professionally based courses of study. Applicants should have achieved a minimum of five GCSE or equivalent passes at grade B or above, including English and mathematics. This course is not available to students under the age of 17 or those who have just completed their GCSEs.
3 GCSEs at A* – C (Grade 4-9) PLUS a minimum of grade 4 in English Language and Maths.
MCM will consider alternative qualifications to GCSE’s and for mature students will consider work history as part of the entry requirement process. If you do not meet the above entry requirements, please get in touch and we may be able to help – firstname.lastname@example.org.