Course at a glance


This fast track custom course bundle allows you to specially select the three A-Levels that you wish to study over the next year.

The three A-Level courses can be any combination of courses that you wish to study, but we advise you contact your preferred university to ask for their entry requirements before choosing your courses.

Just as all Fast Track A-Levels, the courses are spread over one year of study with the requirement for you to sit the examinations and submit any required coursework all within the same examination period.

Interest free instalment plans are available for students wishing to spread the cost of their study on the courses.

Fast Track A-Level Bundle Entry Requirements

Although the A-Level programmes build on the course content of GCSE, it is not necessary to have this qualification before undertaking an A-Level. However, in order to meet the demands of the courses, it is recommended that candidates have literacy and communication skills equivalent to C or higher at GCSE. Please note that full tutor support is provided throughout your course duration.

All students must be 16 years of age or above.

Fast Track A-Level Bundle Course Duration

1 year.

Study Hours Required

Approximately 350 hours per A-Level.

Examination Information

Students are required to arrange and pay for their A-Level examinations and manage the coursework element if the subject requires this. Students must check the relevant examination board website for further information and final examination sitting dates for the specification.

All examinations are held during the May / June exam period of every year.

Further information on exam centres can be found here:

The Fast Track A-Level course content is determined by your selected subjects.

For more information on each individual course content, please review the course descriptions of your selected Fast Track A-Level courses which can be found here:

Depending on which subjects you choose, the awarding bodies are:

Pearson Edexcel :





Our A-Level programmes are eligible for UCAS points, making them a great choice for students aiming to progress to University. UCAS points are awarded according to the grade earned, please see below for details.

A levels are also widely recognised by employers and are useful for students looking to progress their careers or meet requirements for promotion.

UCAS Points Table

A* = 56
A = 48
B = 40
C = 32
D = 24
E = 16