THE CAMBRIDGE A-LEVEL PROGRAMME

 

Overview

The A Level programme at Wisdom House College prepares students for University study, which is why Universities all around the globe value and recognize the A-Level qualifications.

This Programme is amongst one of the most accepted qualifications into most pre-eminent   Universities in the UK including Oxford and Cambridge.

The Cambridge A-Level taught at Wisdom House College develops students’ knowledge, understanding and skills in:

  • In-depth subject content
  • Independent thinking
  • Applying knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations
  • Handling and evaluating different types of information source
  • Thinking logically and presenting ordered and coherent arguments
  • Making judgments, recommendations and decisions
  • Presenting reasoned explanations, understanding implications and communicating them logically and clearly

Wisdom House College has a long-standing reputation for academic achievement, and consistently achieves higher grades in the Cambridge A-level Examination. Studying with us, you can be assured that the College’s highly experienced teachers and one-on-one teaching programme will assist you achieve the same outstanding results.

The A – Level programme is structured into the three categories, which are:

  1. A – Level (6-Term Programme)
  2. A-  Level (5-Term Programme)
  3. A – Level (3-Term Programme)

Please see the Structure tab for more information

Subjects

Students registered for the Cambridge A Level at Wisdom House College can study four or three subjects from the table below.
Accounting, Applied ICT, Art , Biology, Business studies, Chemistry, Computing, Economics, English Literature, Further Mathematics, Geography, History, Law, Mathematics, Physics, Sociology, Psychology.

Structure

Six-term programme

If you are joining us for the six-term A Level programme, you will start in September and follow this progressive plan:

  • September to June (First Year) – session break – September to June (Second Year) – University entry in September.

In the first year, you will study AS Levels (the first part of a full A Level).

In the second year, you will study A2 Levels (the second part of a full A Level).

The CIE examinations are taken in May/June.

Five-term programme

You can start our five-term A Level in either January or April and follow one of these progressive plans:

  • January to June – Session break – September to June – University entry in September.  
  • April to August – September to June – University entry in September. 

In the first year, you will study AS Levels (the first part of a full A Level).

In the second year, you will study A2 Levels (the part of a full A Level).

The CIE examinations are taken in May/June 

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Three-term programme

If you are joining our three-term (one year accelerated programme), you will start in September and follow this progressive plan:

  • September to June – University entry in September.

You will study three or four complete A Levels subjects

The CIE examinations are taken in May/June 

Entry Requirements

General

A minimum of 5 credits in relevant subjects inclusive of English Language and Mathematics (in not more than 2 sittings) in WAEC, NECO, IGCSE, Camridge O’level or other known equivalent examinations.

One Year A Level (Accelerated) Programme (three terms)

Aside the general requirement, a student who wants to register for the three-term A-level programme must meet one of the following conditions:

1) Student must possess outstanding O’Level grades (A*s and A),
2) Student is mature (over 20 years of age), or
3) Student is repeating A-level course

Student unsure of their qualification should contact our admissions Office for assessment.

Please note that student enrolled on a three term A- level course are accepted on a strict understanding that their progress will be reviewed at key stages including the end of first term. The college reserves the right to require a longer course or change of course in light of that review.

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