Choosing your subjects
The majority of students choose three A Level subjects to study at the beginning of Year 12. This allows you to access the maximum teaching time available. Students with a strong academic record may choose four full A Levels, including Further Mathematics, or an Extended Project Qualification which is highly valued by universities. We follow a rigorous internal assessment process, culminating in your formal external A Level exams at the end of Year 13. Some subjects will also have coursework elements. This is the strongest curriculum for you, as universities and employers make offers on three predicted A Level Grades.
Most combinations of A Levels are available. This includes Science and Humanities A Levels, or a combination of the two. Subject staff will also be happy to talk in more detail about their subjects. All of our A Levels are challenging and exciting and can lead onto fantastic university courses and careers.
We also offer other subjects through the Sixth Form Westminster Consortium on a case-by-case basis. For further details about this, please contact email@example.com.
Offers and entrance requirements
The offer of a place is conditional on your performance at GCSE.
The minimum entry requirement for A Level courses is five full GCSE grades at 5 and above including English and Maths. Students are also expected to meet the entrance requirements for each subject, which in most cases is a GCSE grade at 6 and above in that subject.
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