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She followed a professional pathway which was linked to top fields of employment She completed her course in 2016 with good results and is now studying Law at Bristol University.
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What are A Levels
A Levels are academic qualifications. Most students take three or four A Level subjects at a time.
How long do they take?
A Levels take two years to complete.
A Levels are assessed with a combination of exams and coursework, so are great for students who feel that they are quite academic, and are comfortable in the classroom.
Most students who study A Levels will go on to an undergraduate degree or foundation year or diploma. This will often be in the same subject as one of their A Level qualifications; however, this is not always the case. If you have done well in your A Levels, and have passed your GCSEs in maths and English, most universities will consider you for other subjects. Get some tips on revision.
University is not the only option - apprenticeships are open to students who have passed their A Levels, and with A Levels you can often access apprenticeships at a higher level than if you progress straight from school.