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What Is It ?

The A-Level qualification is used for university applications worldwide, especially in the United Kingdom. Candidates typically take 3 or more A-level subjects as it is the usual minimum requirement for most universities. 

The A-Level is split into two sets of examinations called the A1 and A2.
A1 (AS-Level) is usually taken at the end of your Year 12 (May/June). The A1 grades can then be submitted to universities for a "conditional offer".

A2 is usually taken at the end of your Year 13 (May/June). Your A2 grades will be combined with the A1, resulting in the total "A-Level" grade. Your A-level grades can then be submitted to universities for a final "unconditional offer".

Our A-Level Course

A-Level is one of the main areas that Youni specialises in, with a success rate of roughly 93%. We aim to ensure every student achieves an A/A*!

STEP 1:          Free Trial / Consulting

Our team of specialists will be discussing and understanding your roadmap towards dream university or grades.

Furthermore, you will be provided a trial session with our experienced tutors. 

If the tutor does not suit your style and you decide not to proceed .... then the session is completely

STEP 2:         Roadmap Planning

Youni's arsenal of tutors and consultants will formulate a structured roadmap for students to achieve their goals. This will be based on your current level in the subject. Ensuring your A/A* and university offers. 

Finally, A-level tutoring session dates will be organised and confirmed. 

STEP 3:             A-Level Tutoring

Secure your A* and offers with our tutors from Top World Ranked Universities like Imperial College London (ranked #6), Cambridge University (ranked #2), National University of Singapore (ranked #8) and more!



Details on the pricing will be given together with the trial bookings depending on your currency and country due to varying discounts and offers!

Choosing A-Level Subjects

1.  Look at subjects that you enjoy or are currently doing well in.
2. Look at universities or courses that you want to attend.
3. Research university/course entry requirements 
4. Consider your future career path

What Else Can You Do With A-Levels?

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