How are you going to tackle the changes?
In 2015 new A Levels were introduced for English language, English literature, English language and literature, the sciences (physics, chemistry and biology), history, psychology, art and design, sociology, business, economics and computer science. First exams will be sat in 2017.
In 2016, new A Levels were introduced for Dance, Drama and Theatre Studies, French, Geography, German, Music, Physical Education, Religious Studies, Spanish. First exams will be sat in 2018.
This year (2017), new A Levels are being introduced for Maths and Further Maths, the biggest change in 17 years for these subjects. First exams will be sat in 2019.
We know this is a busy and difficult time for you so we've put together this information to help you manage the changes.
What do the changes mean for you?
The changes vary according to level and subject so we've compiled a list of subject-specific FAQs, summaries of key changes and a selection of useful links.
How can we help?
If you're looking for new resources to support you through the changes, we have published new A Level resources for French, Geography, German, Religious Studies and Spanish for a range of exam boards - see below for more information. These are all available on free inspection.
You can also arrange an appointment with you local Educational Consultant who is always happy to discuss your specific needs with you.
The most engaging route through the 2016 specifications
Complete support for AQA's new linear specifications
Covering the full specification across Pure, Mechanics, and Statistics
2016 edition of our best-selling AQA AS and A Level Spanish course
Trusted expert support developed by Sally Waller
Fully revised and updated for the 2015 AQA biology, chemistry and physics specifications
Written by an expert author team lead by Matt Jarvis and Julia Russell
Brand new resources designed to support the new 2015 AQA specifications
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