A Level

A Level

A Level Science

Studying science at A-level is the stepping stone to countless exciting and interesting university courses and careers. There is currently a national shortage of science graduates due to the high demand in industry for skilled, well qualified employees.

Our students go on to a wide variety of degree courses and jobs including studying at Oxbridge and other top universities.

Studying a science A-level is no easy route, which is why employers and universities regard successful students so highly, even if the job or course is not directly related to science. The skills you learn over the two years such as problem solving, high-order thinking skills, complex mathematics and organisational skills are all applicable to the vast majority of courses and jobs.

All three sciences specialisms follow the AQA specification for their courses, to see the specific details of each subject please use the links below which will take you to the relevant pages on AQA's website.

A Level ChemistryA Level BiologyA Level Physics

Each of the pages list the key topics covered and the structure of the assessments.

If you have any queries, please contact Mr W. Atkins, Head of Science - william.atkins@malbank.cheshire.sch.uk 

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