A-Level program in Brockenhurst College
British colleges consider A-level as an ideal program for university preparation. Students not only study intensively the university subjects, but also learn to think critically and work on self-education. Certificate A-level corresponds to the level of entrance examinations to the university.
The composition, the device and the saturation of the A-level program are universal for all establishments. A distinctive feature of the program is the in-depth studying of priority sciences. The students continue to study all the A-level courses further in the university.
Freshmen A-level pass in detail 4 subjects, and second-year students focus on the study of the three scientific areas. For the academic balance of science, it is important to consider the intersection of the subjects of the courses and choose those that do not repeat.
Basic directions are:
- Economic theory;