GCE A-Level

 

An  A-level  is an  Advanced  level GCE qualification. This exam is normally taken

after  two  years  of A - level  study,  and after you have taken your O-level exams.

You can  take any number of A- levels; and will  often depend on the qualifications

that  your  chosen  institution has asked for. In the  UK, many college student take

three or four A-levels for their final two years of study.

 

Students are   encouraged to take  four A/S Level examinations in year 11, before

completing  their  A / 2  Level  in  three   subjects. This  programme  is recognised

throughout the world,  for  considered  entry into each student’s chosen university.