For sixth form or As levels, students usually take 3 or 4 different subjects over a 2 year period starting for year 12, typically between the ages of 16 and 18. The educational system allows students to specialise in the subjects of their choice at A Level and the universities like A Levels as they provide the depth required for UK degree courses.
The new A Level reforms place an increased emphasis on the performance in an exam as there will be little coursework and few opportunities for resits.
For most subjects this already means that students will only be examined at the end of their two-year course and AS Levels – Year 12 will no longer count towards the final A Level – Year 13 grade but rather stand-alone from the final A Level, having been ‘decoupled.’
The other notable change is a reduced emphasis on coursework. Now simply referred to as ‘non-exam assessment’ the reforms will see a drop in this form of assessment as the new principle is that if it’s possible for something to be assessed through formal examination then it will be. The practical work, in Science, will be a practical endorsement, which must be passed but will not contribute to the final A-Level grades awarded.
The new A levels will be graded with the same A* to E pass marks as previously used.
Subjects: At Champs Learning, we have tuitions for following subjects for As levels – Year 13
1. Maths
2. Further Maths
3. Chemistry
4. Biology
5. Physics
6. Mechanics
Class Format:
We have both options available for these
tuitions; group as well as one to one. For
classroom sessions, we have small groups of
students.
The tuitions can be offered in both setting,
classroom as well as online.
Teachers: The teachers are the expert in their subjects and have a wonderful success record with students. Most of the teachers are working with schools and carry good number of years teaching experience.
Success: Champs Learning is proud for the great success of all our students. Each student at Year 12, has witnessed good academic progress with his subjects’ grades.
Algebraic Methods
Functions & Graphs
Sequences & Series
Binomial Expansion
Radians
Trigonometric functions
Trigonometry & modelling
Parametric equations
Differentiation
Numerical methods
Integration
Vectors
Regression Correlation & Hypothesis Testing
Probability
Normal Distribution
Moments
Forces & Friction
Projectiles
Applications of Forces
Further Kinematics
Proof
Complex numbers
Matrices
Further algebra and functions
Further calculus
Further vectors
Polar coordinates
Hyperbolic functions
Differential equations
Further Trigonometry
Further calculus
Further differential equations
Coordinate systems
Further vectors
Further numerical methods
Inequalities
Groups
Further calculus
Further matrix algebra
Further matrix algebra
Further complex numbers
Number theory
Further sequences and series
Discrete probability distributions
Poisson & binomial distributions
Geometric and negative binomial distributions
Hypothesis Testing
Central Limit Theorem
Chi Squared Test
Probability generating functions
Quality of test
Linear Regression
Continuous probability distributions
Correlation
Combinations of random variables
Estimation, confidence intervals and test using a normal distribution
Other Hypothesis Tests and confidence intervals
Confidence intervals and tests using the t-distributions
Momentum and impulse
Work, energy and power
Elastic strings and springs and elastic energy
Elastic collisions in one dimension
Elastic collisions in two dimensions
Motion in a circle
Centres of mass of plane figures
Further centres of mass
Further dynamics
Further kinematics
Algorithms and graph theory
Algorithms on graphs
Algorithms on graphs 2
Critical path analysis
Linear programming
Transportation problems
Allocation (assignment) problems
Flows in networks
Dynamic programming
Game theory
Recurrence relations
Decision analysis
Measurements and their errors
Particles and radiation
Waves
Mechanics and materials
Electricity
Further mechanics and thermal physics
Fields and their consequences
Nuclear physics
Astrophysics
Medical physics
Engineering physics
Turning points in physics
Electronics
Physical Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry
Biological molecules
Cells
Organisms exchange substances with their environment
Genetic information, variation and relationships between organisms
Energy transfers in and between organisms
Organisms respond to changes in their internal and external environments
Genetics, populations, evolution and ecosystems
The control of gene expression