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A Level

èAV London – A Level Courses

èAV London offers the widest range of A level provision in the UK, with ambitious students joining a number of routes:

  • Two year courses
  • One year courses
  • Full year retake courses
  • Short retakes courses

Two-Year Courses

Our largest category – the majority of A level students at èAV are studying on the basis of two-year A level courses.

Two-year courses are designed for:

  • Students who are continuing at èAV after GCSE.
  • Students from other schools seeking a specialist A level college after GCSEs.
  • Year 13 transfer students who have changed plans after an unsatisfactory first year of A level at another school. Depending on their academic progress up to the point of joining èAV, such students either repeat Year 12 or join èAV’s Year 13.

One-Year Courses

Our most varied category – self-contained courses for students who have previous experience of sixth-form work. They cover the whole syllabus in one year and are run entirely separately from the second year of our two-year A level course.

One-year courses are designed for:

  • Transfer students from other schools who continue into Year 13 or take one year intensive.
  • Retake students whose previous grade in the subject is too weak to risk a short course or a course involving only a limited selection of units.
  • Retake students taking a brand new subject (to widen UCAS options, give fresh motivation and avoid ‘retake status’ in at least one subject making them more attractive to universities).
  • Mature students – especially those converting to Medicine following an Arts-based first degree.

Retake Courses

èAV offers retake courses over two different start date/course duration combinations:

Retake Courses

One-year courses for students who have fallen substantially short of their target grades and who require thorough revision of multiple units (often over more than one subject).

Short retake courses

Start dates in January for students who have narrowly missed their target grades and/or require retakes of only a small number of selected units. These courses suit students wishing to pursue gap-year activities for part of the year.


"I have loved èAV. The class sizes are very small and it is easy to ask questions. The teaching is really interactive and they all care so much about the students. My Director of Studies helped a lot with my UCAS statement, suggesting what to include and perfecting it with me. I honestly don’t think I would have go any university offers without her help."


Grades achieved at èAV: A*A*A* Progressed to: Royal Veterinary College (Veterinary Medicine)

"I’ve had three fantastic years at èAV: I’ve had a happy time; I’ve met some amazing people; and, most importantly, I’ve left school knowing that I have fulfilled my potential, leaving with GCSE and A Level grades that I can be proud of. I feel that the teachers and Directors of Studies all care deeply about their students' futures and performance"


Grades achieved at èAV: A*A*A Progressed to: University of Bristol (Law)

"All of my teachers have been great; they are experienced, friendly and treat us all like adults rather than teenagers. I’ve also enjoyed being in a city. There is so much to do and we’ve been on a lot of theatre trips after school which is something I hadn’t been able to do before. My favourite thing about èAV has been the people I have met."


Grades achieved at èAV: A*A*A* Progressed to: University of Edinburgh (History and Politics)

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