In this blog Sobia discusses the steps to take in the event that you don't perform quite as well as you wanted to in your exams. Whilst the experience can be very disappointing, it is important to stay calm, reflect and seek advice.
The Advanced Level (A-Level) now refers to the second half of an Advanced-Level (A-Level) qualification, typically studied in Year 13 (between the ages of 17 and 18) in the UK. Students generally study between 3 and 4 subjects, with no restrictions on choice of subject other than that they must have studied it in Year 12.
The five exam boards at A-Level in the UK are AQA, CCEA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC. Orignially there were many more exam boards, all affiliated with UK Universities. They merged together into these five over the last fifty years.
The world of the A-Level is changing fast. Keep up to date with coursework title suggestions, articles that can be used to support revision and other information relating to how you can navigate your way through these challenging qualifications.