A Level History
1. Qualification details
|Qualification name||GCE A Level in History|
|Qualification level||Level 3|
|Awarding organisation||Assessment & Qualifications Alliance|
|Course type||Full time|
|Course start date||01 September 2020|
|Additional price description||16-19 Bursary Fund available for households with an income under £30000 per annum|
|Attendance pattern||Daytime/working hours|
2. Course description
Having A-Level History can open you up to a world of possibilities. The course gives you skills in writing, contextual knowledge and research skills. Universities and employers look incredibly favourably upon applicants with A-Level History. Amongst the many courses where A-level history is required such as modern history, ancient history, archaeology, amongst others there are a number of courses where history at A-level is desirable such as law. Possible career possibilities from studying A-level history include being a teacher, museum curator, excavator, researchers, lawyer, various television roles, author and many more.
3. Entry requirements
5 x grade 4 or above including English Language and Maths. Grade 5 in at least two essay based subjects.
4. Equipment required
No equipment required
5. Assessment method
At A-Level students will sit exams in components 1 and 2. Both exams will have 3 questions: 1 compulsory source question and a choice of 3 essay questions. Students will also submit component 3 their historical investigation – a non-examined assessment element.
|Name||Bluecoat Academy Sixth Form - Aspley Campus|
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