If you failed to start you’re a Levels last September you should not despair – you can start them in January if you choose a school that offers courses that start at that time of year. You will be able to take a break and start your course when your mind is fresh and ready for learning. There are, however, some things that you should keep in mind when choosing an A Levels college – not all of them are the same.
The first is what kind of track record the school that you have in mind has. You want to do you’re a Levels in a school that has a reputation for sending its students to institutions of higher education. Look into how many students go to university and also how many of them are able to pass the first time around.
Performance is largely based on what kind of faculty the school employs so you should look into who will be teaching you. Are they highly qualified? Do they have a good track record? Are they supportive? Are they willing to provide extra help to students who need it?
You also have to decide whether you want to go to a boarding school or a day school for your A Levels. Boarding school tends to be more ideal because you have more time to study – you don’t have to commute back and forth. On the other hand it can be expensive because you have to pay for boarding.
One school that will not let you down is the Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies. They have a wide curriculum that is taught by excellent staff. The school is conveniently located and it accommodates both local and international students.