A levels for post-secondary school qualification in the UK

A levels for post-secondary school qualification in the UK

A levels are a prestigious post-secondary school qualification in the UK, and are a key part of the application process for UK students wishing to attend a UK university. Where is the best A levels classes in Nigeria? At TRACTRAIN our focus is to offer one-on-one expert prep and help exam/test takers seeking to take the Cambridge International Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS Levels) and the Cambridge International Advanced Levels (A Levels) to excel without having to retake their exams.

Take discuss what we can do for you, please call: +234-0703-537-5441. We are in Abuja and Lagos (Ikeja and V/Island). Check our locations here.

Quick overview:
Cambridge International Advanced Subsidiary Levels (AS Levels) 1 year programme
For certification: 2 papers lasting for about 3 hours and a maximum score of 125 points
Cambridge International Advanced Levels (A Levels) 2 years programme
For certification: 4 papers lasting 6 hours with a maximum score of 250 points

A*: 90% and above
A: 80-89%
B: 70-79%
C: 60-69%
D: 50-59%
E: 40-49%
NOTE: A good score begins from B; and there is no A* for the AS Level.

SYLLABUS: The course is divided into pure mathematics, Mechanics and Statistics
 Pure Mathematics: Geometry, Algebra, functions, Vectors, sequence and series, Trigonometry, Coordinate geometry, Differentiation, integration, Ordinary Differential Equations, Numerical methods of solving differential equations, Complex numbers.
 Mechanics (Applied Mathematics): Forces and Equilibrium; Motion, Energy, Work and power; projectiles, Elasticity
 Probability and Statistics: Data analysis, permutation and combination, probability, probability Distribution, hypothesis testing, probability Distribution Functions, sampling and Estimation.
 Note: the contents depend on the choice of the programme.

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For AS Level (half of A Level): candidate is to take two units; a compulsory unit and an optional unit.
The compulsory unit is the pure mathematics 1 (P1) which covers the 60% of the whole assessment mark and then the optional unit of any one of the following Pure mathematics 2 (P2) 40%, Mechanics 1 (M1) 40% or statistics 1 (S1) 40%
 Note: candidate who intend to take the Full A level later should not take the P2 option
For A level (Full): candidate is to take four units; two compulsory units and two optional units.
The compulsory units (60%): Pure Mathematics 1 (P1) 30% and Pure Mathematics 3 (P3) 30%.
The optional units (40%): Mechanics 1 (M1) 20% and Statistics 1 (S1) 20% OR
Mechanics 1 (M1) 20% and Mechanics 2 (M2) 20% OR
Statistics 1 (S1) 20% and Statistics 2 (S2) 20%
NOTE: To make a good score, you need to score at least 50% in the compulsory unit(s) and at least 30% in the optional unit.

Option 1: AS Level alone; candidate can take the Cambridge international AS level certification alone.
Option 2: candidate can take the AS Level certification (P1 and M1 or S1) as the first half and then take the remainder of A Level to get the full certification as the second half.
Option 3: Full A Level once; candidate can sit for the 4 papers required for the full a Level certification at the end of the programme.
NOTE: AS Level is awarded 1 Credit while the full A Level is awarded 2 Credits.

Take discuss what TRACTRAIN can do for you, please call: +234-0703-537-5441.
We are in Abuja, Ikeja and V/Island (Lagos). Check our locations here.

Prep Fees and registration:
Varies and subject to duration, focus and immediacy of prep. Take discuss what we can do for you. To
discus you options, please call: +234-0703-537-5441.


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