GCE A-Level (General Certificate of Education Advanced Level) is a British advanced level examination course that lasts for 2 years. Students usually enroll in Year 12-13 (16-18 years old). After completing the course, they will take the GCE A-Level Examination, and then apply to the university with the examination results.
When students choose subjects, there are no restrictions on liberal arts or sciences. In addition to the original GCSE subjects, they can also choose some subjects that GCSE does not have, such as geology and sports science. Although GCE A-Level does not have designated compulsory subjects, the university subjects selected by the students may have specific requirements for the GCE A-Level Examination subjects. Therefore, the subject selection strategy will affect the university admission application and students must pay attention to it.
This course is divided into subjects in the form of 1:4 group or private tuition. All classes are taught by experienced tutors who graduated from well-known universities in the UK, the US, Australia and Canada. The tutor explained the topics in detail through in-depth notes with simple languages, exercises, and mock exam questions to help students review the knowledge they have learned and preview new topics, and master the answering skills of each subject, so that they can excel in the GCE A-Level Examination.