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A LEVEL EXAMINATIONS

Every A level course is divided into two parts: A first year part called ‘AS’ and a second-year part called ‘A level’. Students generally take their AS examinations at the end of their first year of A level study and their A level examinations at the end of their second year. If needed, AS examinations can be retaken during the student’s second year of A level study.

Examination Dates

Cambridge International A level exams take place in:

  • October/November
  • May/June of each year

Edexcel A level exams take place:

  • October
  • January
  • May/June

To learn more about specific examination dates and registration deadlines, please visit the page below on our Oxford website:
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Trial examinations

Throughout the academic year, Greene’s students undertake four trial examinations, which are treated with the same level of care and invigilation as formal examinations. The aim of trial examinations is two-fold: firstly, to provide students with examinations’ experience to ready them for their end-of-course examinations, and secondly, to track the progress of students’ study. Trial examinations are mandatory for full-time Greene’s students, and are also available for external candidates.

Trial examinations take place four times per year in:

  • October
  • November
  • February
  • March
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International A LEVEL SCIENCE PRACTICALS

Greene’s offers science practicals courses that meet the requirements of the International A level practical endorsement qualification, for examination boards such as Edexcel and OCR, for Biology, Chemistry, Geology and Physics.International A level Science Practicals

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