MATHEMATICS

Mathematics

The A Level Mathematics course is intended to urge students to build up a comprehension of science and numerical procedures.

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LAW

Law

The main aim of A Level Law is to provide the students with an introduction to the legal system and law as it is practised.A Level Law gives you an understanding as to how the lawful system functions, and not exactly what the law is

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History

History

A Level students will study the broad range of World History events that have impacted politics, culture and religion.

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English Literature

English Literature

An A Level in English language will help students understand the nature of the language and how it works contrarily for different purposes and audiences.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE

English Language

English is the most spoken language in the world. With over 400 million native speakers, and a further 700 million people who speak it as a foreign language,

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ECONOMICS

Economics

The A Level Economics syllabus covers a variety of topics including the price mechanism, government intervention, international trade, exchange rates, employment, inflation…

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

Computer Science

The A Level Computer Science syllabus covers topics such as information representation, communication, the internet, hardwares, softwares and database modelling.

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CHEMISTRY

Chemistry

Studying A Level Chemistry will train students to work like chemists, demanding logical explanations for chemical phenomena rather than relying on unproven information.

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Business

Business

This subject is geared towards helping learners understand the nature and scope of businesses, and their roles in the societies they serve.

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Biology

Biology

A level Biology aims to develop a learner’s understanding of the natural world and the application of such understandings in real-life scenarios.

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