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Applied General Science A Level

Science and Mathematics

Science and Mathematics
Science and Mathematics

What will you be working towards?

Alternative Title GCE A Level in Applied Science
Code 2934819
Qualification Type GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
Qualification Level Level 3
Course type Full Time

Overview

Applied General Science gives you the opportunity to go onto many areas within scientific study and careers. The course is delivered by four members of staff that have a great deal of expertise in delivering the subject. Group sizes are normally a maximum of twenty pupils. Many students will be able to study in the secure knowledge that the department knows you from KS4 lessons and that, most importantly, you know them! We also welcome new students from all schools and colleges who help us to provide the diverse, fresh and stimulating learning environment we strive for.


Details

During this course you will have opportunities to: 

Develop greater understanding of scientific facts together with an appreciation of their significance in new and changing situations.   

Develop greater expertise in the area of practical work and the linkbetween theory and experimental work. 

Continue to enjoy a personal interest in the study of science.   

Recognise the responsible use of science in society.   

Develop a deeper awareness of science in the changing world andits importance.  

You will study this subject for five hours a week in a science laboratory. Opportunities are given for students to study some aspects of the course at Hull University. 

Students will take examinations during the summer of Y12 and Y13.


How will it be delivered?

 

What are lessons like?

 

You will study this subject for five hours a week in a science laboratory. Opportunities are given for students to study some aspects of the course at Hull University.

 

What are lessons like?

You will study this subject for five hours a week in a science laboratory.                 Opportunities are given for students to study some aspects of the course at Hull University.

Entry requirements

This course builds on the knowledge and understanding from the GCSE Science suite of courses. It is expected that you will have achieved a GCSE grade 4 or above in science. During the course you will need to be able to communicate effectively and research information from a variety of sources. You will also be expected to handle and interpret data so a secure understanding of GCSE Mathematics (grade 4) and English (grade 4) is expected. 

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