A-levels

A-levels are respected in the UK and internationally. This is because they are a great indication to employers and higher education institutions (universities) that you've studied a subject thoroughly. In 2021 our students achieved a 97% pass rate, placing Oxbridge amongst the top colleges for A-level results in the UK.

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97% Pass Rate

In 2021 our students achieved a 97% pass rate, and 69% of our A-level pupils achieved a grade A or A*. That places Oxbridge amongst the top colleges for A-level results in the UK. 

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If you want more out of life and feel that your current qualifications (or lack of qualifications) have let you down, why not look into studying A-level courses online? A-levels are respected in the UK and internationally. This is because they are a great indication to employers and higher education institutions (universities) that you've studied a subject thoroughly.

Oxbridge is rated Best in the UK for our A-levels by Think Student.

In 2021, our students achieved a 97% pass rate and 69% of our A-level pupils achieved a grade A or A*. That places Oxbridge amongst the top colleges for A-level results in the UK.

Plus get access to our Uni Ready Pack for FREE, when you enrol on one of our A-level courses!

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Having lived, studied and worked in Spain I have a good understanding of the Spanish language and I want to obtain the formal qualifications. I applied for university and unfortuently due to having no qualifications in Spainish, my application was declined. I was advised by the university to study an A level online and thanks to Hayley at Oxbridge, I am now enrolled and starting the course! Thank you so much Hayley - You're a dream saver!
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I am doing the creative writing course and am loving it. My tutor Roger Cotrell has been really supportive and has encouraged me to write my own book, Something I would never have considered without his support. The course has also encouraged me to use writing as a therapeutic tool and this has really helped me. If you are considering doing the creative writing course, I can assure you you will have all the support you need and more to succeed
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I have waited till I received my certificate to finally review my experience of Oxbridge. I studied the Level 4 in Counselling Skills which had it's name changed to just Advanced Counselling Skills mid way. To me this should have been communicated out to me and anyone else studying as a matter of principle because it did initially cause me some confusion despite me being reassured that it is a Level 4 still. There are mainly positives here though. Dr Sandie Bowman was fantastic as a tutor, fair, challenging and supportive. The sign up process was easy too and the content useful and interesting although there are some grammar errors. There are some elements of it that were harder than others - for me, recording myself doing a mock session with a "willing" volunteer was challenging but overall rewarding. The word counts are deliberately challenging too and get you to squeeze as much information out into succinct paragraphs as possible. I was allowed to make my own points and have my own evidenced based opinions that also challenge some of the notions of counselling too. This was particularly refreshing. Being that it is a NCFE customised qualification - you can expect a somewhat steep learning curve, but ultimately achievable and affordable certificate. Despite some small issues with the name change - my emails were responded to promptly and I confirm they are a legit organisation of a high quality. With this in mind, I have given them 5 stars although I would say it would be 4.5 out of 5 if the option existed. I would happily study with them again and look forward to doing so at some point. Thank you to everyone at Oxbridge including Jake and Dr Sandy Bowman. Josh
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I am extremely interested in persuing a career within the Criminolgy sector. I saw a course advertised online which I thought would be ideal to help in furthering my education. However, when I enquired about it further, the gentleman on the phone advised me that this course would not be useful to me. This was because it was more of an detailed insight into forensics and not a pathway into University. I felt a bit deflated but I appreciated the fact that he was honest rather than take money from me for a course he knew wouldn't help me. To my surprise he stayed on the line and took time out to go through other potential options such as an HND and looking at public services. He then emailed me all the links and told me if I ever needed any further help to give him a call. This, I thought was excellent service despite my not enrolling. The gentleman's name was Travis and he truly is a fountain of knowledge. He's polite, professional, charming and a credit to Oxbridge! Thanks again Travis for giving me some hope, all the best.
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I absolutely love studying with Oxbridge. As I work full time and have 3 children I needed a course that I can do while I manage work and family. My tutor is always there to help me if I need help with something or I don't understand a question. He takes no time to email back and marks my assignments on time. I am very pleased and I have my eye on my second course already. Thank you, Oxbridge!

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Can I sign up for a Student Beans account and get Student Discounts?

Yes! One of the many benefits of being an Oxbridge student is that you get access to great discounts with a Student Beans account! Eligibility criteria apply and acceptance is made at the discretion of Student Beans. Find out how to sign up.

Can you provide a reference for my UCAS application?

Oxbridge is able to provide an academic reference for you however, we cannot provide a personal reference as this needs to be someone who knows you personally.

Can I get predicted grades for my UCAS application?

Absolutely! We can process a predicted grade for you once you have completed a total of four assignments – this can be sent over to you via email or letter which can then be passed on to UCAS for your application.

Exam Results: I need to resit my exams, can I enrol with Oxbridge?

At Oxbridge, we take enrolments all year round. Once you’re enrolled, you’ll be able to get started right away. Studying online means your work and revision fit around you and your lifestyle. For example, if you have a part-time job or need to study alongside other subjects, you’ll be able to find time to fit our online courses into your schedule.

Enjoy flexible, convenient, affordable learning, fully supported by expert tutors who are passionate about their subjects. We pride ourselves on the quality of our course tutors and know that they hold the key to success. Whatever your goals, dreams or aspirations, Oxbridge is here to help you facilitate them.

Exam Results: When will I receive my certificate?

Oxbridge students who sat their exams through our partnership exam centres will usually receive their certificates in November. Certificates will be sent out by recorded delivery.

Wondering what to do next? There are so many options available, it’s important to get the right advice. Whether your choice is to continue onto further education, go into job training or get an apprenticeship and whether your grades are high or low – there are always options! Speak to an adviser today to see how we can support you on your next steps…

Exam Results: I didn't pass English or Maths, what do I do next?

First of all, don’t worry – everything will be okay. Unfortunately, if you didn’t get a grade 4 or higher (equivalent to a C or above) in your English and Maths, you will have to re-take it in order to pass. Oxbridge is ready and available to support you with this. Get in touch via live chat, phone or email.

Exam Results: I have individual unit marks, but no overall grade. What should I do?

Check for a cash-in code on your statement of entry. If there isn’t one, cash-in may not have been applied for. Cash-in can be applied for retrospectively from your exam centre and once entered you can expect an overall grade in one week.

Exam Results: I haven't done as well as I expected in my exams. Is there anything I can do?

Yes! There are a number of post-result services available. Your entering centre will be able to provide you with further information and will process any requests for you. If you’re not sure where to turn, our friendly learning advisers are on hand and ready to help you.

What can I do with my A-levels?

A-levels are a universal way to demonstrate academic competency in a multitude of disciplines. A-levels are subject-based qualifications that lead to either university, further study, training, or work. A-levels serve as a standardised way to demonstrate your academic ability and are very common entry requirements to most higher-level courses.

Why study an online A-level course from home?

A-levels can be studied from home with Oxbridge, using our online platform. On average we find that students receive 20% higher grades and pass around 30% more quickly than in a traditional college.

How many UCAS points is an A-level course?

A-levels are the most common way to access university in the UK. The system in which this is done is called UCAS. This stands for: “the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service”. See the A-level UCAS tariff points breakdown below:

  • A* – 56
  • A – 48
  • B – 40
  • C – 32
  • D – 24
  • E – 16
What A-Level courses should I take?

If you’re planning on going on to a degree, your chosen university will usually publish their entry requirements for each course on their website. See how these subjects feel and decide if you would enjoy them as they will form much of the base knowledge for your degree.

If you’re not entirely sure what to study, there are some standard subjects that many students choose to help them secure a place at a prestigious university, such as one of the Russell Group universities. These courses are known as the ‘facilitating courses’ and include Biology, Chemistry, Physics, English Literature, Geography, History, Maths, Further Maths, Modern Languages and Classical Languages.

Generally speaking, taking two facilitating subjects will allow you to keep your progression options open. For further help and guidance, we have written a detailed guide on How to Choose A-Levels.

How long does it take to study an A-level?

It’s possible to study an A-level course both full-time and part-time. Normally students would study for two years, but with Oxbridge, you can also fast-track your course to complete it in one year.

What are A-Levels?

A-levels (also known as Advanced level qualifications) entail in-depth study of a chosen subject in order to open doors to further study including University, training, and work.

A-levels courses tend to focus on specific academic subjects such as Mathematics, English and the Sciences: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The course material and the exams you take will be the same everywhere.

How much do exams cost?

Many of our courses do not require exams however, A-levels, GCSEs and some other courses do require exams to complete the qualification. Exam fees are additional to the cost of the course and prices vary depending on the course and where you sit them – find out more.

Planning on studying A-levels or GCSEs with us? We can add your exams during enrolment and blend them into your monthly payment plan if you wish. If you’re not ready to book your exam(s) yet, you can book them at a later date – all of the information is available on MyOxbridge under NEAS and Exams.

When does my student support start?

Your student support will start as soon as you have paid for your course and will last for the set duration of your course. Support is available from your tutor and our highly trained administration team who can answer any questions you have. Shortly after enrolling, you will receive the contact details for your tutor and the login details to the MyOxbridge learning portal. From then onwards, you can contact your tutor as often as you need to; you can decide how much support is best for you. However, your tutor will not chase you for work. You are required to self-learn and reach out to your tutor for help whenever you need it. If you reach the end of your course duration and you have not completed the work, you can extend your tutor support, but there will be a fee to do so.

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