A-Level Examination Entry

We specialise in providing private candidate A-Level examination entry through all the UK’s major examination boards.

Any student can take their A-Level examinations at our centre and are not required to attend our classes or tutorials to do so.

Simply book and attend your A-Level examinations at our Bristol exam centre

Exams taken at our centre are the same as exams taken at a school or college. All papers are set and externally marked by the exam boards. All A-Level examinations are available in the May/June examination series. Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) also offer their examinations in the October/November examination series.

Subjects available as AS-Levels and A-Levels through our centre:

• Accounting
• Business
• Economics

• French • Arabic
• Spanish • Afrikaans
• German • Modern Hebrew
• Italian • Biblical Hebrew
• Portuguese • Gujarati
• Russian • Panjabi
• Greek • Bengali
• Polish • Persian
• Turkish • Hindi
• Japanese • Tamil
• Chinese • Urdu

• English Language
• English Literature
• English Language & Literature

• Maths
• Further Maths
• Statistics

• Biology
• Chemistry
• Physics
• Marine Science
• Computer Science

• Geography
• History
• History of Art
• Philosophy
• Sociology
• Psychology
• Law
• Politics

• General Paper
• Thinking Skills

• Religious Studies
• Divinity
• Islamic Studies
• Hinduism

• Classical Civilisation
• Classical Greek
• Latin
• Ancient History
A-Level Mathematics is one of the most popular qualifications that we offer and is available to students in both the May/June (all exam boards) and November examination series (CAIE exam board only).

Science A-Levels require practical endorsements. We can provide this service using our access to state of the art facilities at the University of Bristol.

A-Level Coursework Assessment

For A-Level subjects with a coursework component, including English Language, English Language & Literature, English Literature and History we provide a coursework assessment service (also known as non-examination assessment, or NEA).

Students simply need to email an electronic copy and post a hard copy of their completed coursework to us, together with the necessary authentication form from their tutor before the stipulated deadline. The hard copy is used for marking and submission to the relevant examination board while the electronic copy is used for the necessary anti-plagiarism checks.  

Find out more about A-Level Examinations

Our staff can help with all aspects of the entry procedure, including examination options and payment details. To find out more about taking your A Level at our centre please fill in the form below.