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A-Level History


Oxbridge

Summary

Price
£695 inc VAT
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Study method
Distance learning, self-paced
Duration
250 hours
Qualification
A-level History
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) not included in price, and must be purchased separately
  • Tutor is available to students
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Overview

Are you curious about how the world today has developed? Are you interested in analysing events from the past and improving the future? Dive into history and learn about the people and events which made life what it is today with this A-Level History course! You’ll learn all about social, cultural, religious, and ethnic diversity through your study of British and international history, and gain a solid understanding of how perspectives change and connect over time.

You’ll also develop a vocabulary of historical terms and concepts and learn how to reflect and think critically. A-level History is a well-respected subject, recognised as a mark of significant achievement and valued by all universities and employers for many career paths. A-Levels are the gold standard for education in the UK.

This home study course follows the new AQA A-Level History syllabus and has been designed specifically to be studied online in your own time and space. You’ll have unlimited tutor support, a clear induction, and well-structured assignments to help you to develop the skills and knowledge needed to prepare for the exam. You’ll also have guaranteed access to one of our exam centres if you sit your final A-Level examinations in the UK.

You will benefit from:
  • A brand new course, written to the latest specification with dynamic and engaging content
  • Fast track is available on this course (work as quickly as you like)
  • Coursework administration and 5-day assignment marking is included
  • Access to a network of partnership exam centres.
  • Unlimited tutor support – we’ll help you write a study plan and support you throughout
  • Exam pass guarantee (If you don’t pass the first time, we’ll support you to the next exam)

Qualification

A-level History
Awarded by AQA Education

Description

Study Hours

You should allow for between 250 and 300 hours’ study time, plus additional time for completing assignments.


Study Method

Our course is delivered via our online learning platform as this provides learners with a dynamic and engaging experience. Don’t worry, if you prefer, you can print the learning materials yourself. The learning resources are in a range of different media including videos, e-books, and online quizzes.


Course Duration

You can enrol today but this course starts on 07/10/20. You will receive your logins to MyOxbridge (our online platform) before this date but won’t be able to access the learning materials until the course officially starts.

You will benefit from our unlimited tutor support for a period of up to 24 months from the date of enrolment.


Assessment

All enrolments will be for exams in Summer 2022. If you wish to fast track your learning, please do contact us.

You’ll be required to complete two AS standard written exams, two A-Level standard written exams, and one piece of coursework.

AS

  • Exam 1: 1 hour 30 minutes, 50% of AS, 50 marks.
  • Exam 2: 1 hour 30 minutes, 50% of AS, 50 marks.

A-Level

  • Exam 1: 2 hours 30 minutes, 40% of A-Level, 80 marks.
  • Exam 2: 2 hours 30 minutes, 40% of A-Level, 80 marks.
  • Coursework: 3500–4500 words, 20% of A-Level, 40 marks.

The exams contain questions linked to primary sources given and sources relevant to the period studied. The coursework is a personal study based on a topic of the student’s choice to be completed in their own time. Coursework is marked by a tutor and moderated by AQA.

We provide a guaranteed exam space in one of our exam centres around the UK.


Assignments

During your course, you’ll be required to complete various assignments. These do not contribute towards your final grade but provide you with an opportunity to submit work to your tutor for marking and feedback. This will help you to monitor your progress.

NEA

Part of the A level assessment is a non-exam assessment (NEA). It has been agreed with the awarding body that your course tutor is able to mark your non-exam assessment work, and you can then sit your written exams at one of our partner exam centres.


Course Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this home learning course you will receive an A-Level in History, issued by AQA. This syllabus (7042) has been chosen specifically because it is the best suited to distance learning. Your certificate is identical to that issued to students at any other school, college or university.


Additional Information

Difficulty - Level 3

Entry requirements - A GCSE or equivalent in History is recommended for this course.

UCAS Points - 56

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What are the key subject areas in this a-level course?

Answer:

Hi there, The main subject areas are as follows; - Making of a Super Power - America - The War of the Roses - Personal study where you are able to choose from a long list of options. I hope this helps and look forward to you enrolling on the Oxbridge course.

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