Over the two-year course, you are required to study six different topics – three focused on Human Geography and three on Physical Geography. These topics include typical geographical units such as Coasts, Cities and Natural Hazards, and less typical units like Changing Places and Global Governance. Alongside this, students complete a coursework piece based on their own interests and also complete fieldwork in various geographical settings.
80% of your grade comes from two end-of-course exams, one on the Physical Geography units and one on the Human units. 20% comes from the coursework.
The exams vary from multiple choice questions all the way through to short-essay questions, and are designed not only to test your understanding of each unit but also how they cross over with one another.
A Level Geography and UCAS points for H.E.
This course leads to...
This course will help students to reach university to study a multitude of courses not limited to Geography. The course is beneficial in a wide range of careers such as agriculture, maths, ecology, conservation and much more.
A Level Entry Requirements for 16-18s:
The most important entry requirement is that you are committed and determined to do well
You need to achieve a minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade 4 or above, with at least 2 at Grade 5. These must include Maths and English.
To study this particular A level you need to achieve Grade 5 in GCSE English Language, Maths, and Geography (if studied)
Why study with us?
An exciting and ever-changing range of trips, ranging from local coastlines to far-flung World Cities.
A 100% pass rate and 80% A*-C rate last year.
A course that equips you for being a citizen of the world and gives you an awareness of the greatest challenges our world faces.
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