On this page you can find useful A level articles from how to choose the right subjects, through to revision tips, A level results day coverage and clearing advice.
Know Your Options Before Results Day: A Level
A level results in 2018 are released on Thursday 16th August. For some, the day will be a celebration of achievement of hard work having paid off. Unfortunately other students might be disappointed by their performance in the exams and may need some help in deciding what to do next. This article explores various scenarios, and their outcomes, to assist you in planning for Results Day.
Why Your Year 12 Grades Are So Important
The educational reform, with the reintroduction of the linear A level, means that many year 12 students are beginning to consider AS level examinations a thing of the past. Your A level qualification will now only be awarded upon completion of A level examinations taken in the same sitting at the end of year 13. However, students would be foolish to dismiss the importance of continuing to take revision and examinations at the end of year 12 seriously. Here’s why...
Should you study three or four subjects in year 12?
In this article, we explore the pros and cons of each option for year 12 students, as well as explaining how this might affect entry to some universities and degree courses.
A Level Results 2018: What If Your Grades Aren't Enough?
If your results are not what you expected, it is important to have a clear understanding of the different options which are available to you moving forward. This article explains the various alternatives to help you decide what to do next.
FAQs about A Level Retakes
One of the best options to pursue if you didn’t do as well as required is to retake your A levels. This is something offered by MPW at our three sites and we feel it is the best way to stabilise your plans and reinvigorate your future prospects. Here are some of the key questions regularly asked when it comes to retaking A levels.