How much should you revise for A levels?

According to The Student Room, students revise 15 to 20 hours per week for their exams, which might sound a lot until you break it down. You’ve probably worked it out for yourself, but the recommended time equates to three to five hours of revision per day with weekends off!

What happens if you fail an A level?

Resit the course at school, sixth form or college. If you want to retake the course in the exact same way, you can enrol to resit at your school. If your school doesn’t offer this option, then they should be able to advise you of local sixth forms or colleges that can accommodate you.

How many points is a level GCSE?

five GCSEs

Can you go to uni without A levels?

Although A Levels are primarily for those seeking to get into university, yes it is possible to get to university without A levels and qualify for a university course. An Access to Higher Education (Access to HE) course is a flexible way of getting into university and suits those who are returning to education.

Is a 6 a good GCSE grade?

Grade 6 indicates a good level of achievement and will help support progression into higher education and future employment.

Do I need 3 A levels to go to university?

Do all universities require three A Levels or will they accept equivalent, e.g. two A Levels and two/three AS Levels? Check with individual universities, but many do accept two A2s and 2–3 AS Levels. Read more about university entry requirements.

What do you do if your A level results are not good?

Bad A-level Results? Here’s What To Do Next!

  1. Clearing. Although you may not have got the marks you require for your first or reserve choice at university, that doesn’t mean that uni is completely off the cards!
  2. Gap Year.
  3. Resit.
  4. Get A Professional Qualification.
  5. Learn On The Job.
  6. Become An Apprentice.
  7. Go Travelling.
  8. Remain Positive!