A Level Sociology Course

£4,500.00
A Level Sociology Course

A Level Sociology Course

A Level Sociology Course is an academic qualification that is widely valued by universities throughout the UK.




English Maths Science Tuition and Examination Centre (EMSTEC) offer a ‘fast track’ A Level Sociology Course. Based at our centre in Birmingham, students attend one day a week . We offer ‘accelerated learning’ and teach the full A Level syllabus in one academic year. The A Level course will be facilitated by our experienced Sociology teachers.

Course Details

This course enables you to study for an A-Level in Sociology by distance learning at home or at work. Your course materials will be sent via email or by post, you choose. Full tutor support will be available via email, so help is only a click away! Your course will include self-assessment exercises and tutor-marked study questions, so you can monitor your progress.

Upon successful completion of this home learning course you will receive an A-Level in Sociology issued by AQA.

Successfully completing this course will enable the student to:

  • Gain up to 56 UCAS points to help you land your dream place at university.
  • Study at your own pace with no strict deadlines to contend with.
  • Develop your knowledge in interesting topics of crime, cultural and identity, taking an analytical approach to address these key issues

Please note that under the new A Level specifications set by AQA, the AS Level is now a separate qualification, and does not count towards the full A Level.

AQA Qualification Code: 7192

AQA A -Level Sociology  is comprised of many components, which are assessed during three examinations.

AQA have split this content into compulsory content and optional content. The optional content means you will have a choice about which subject from this group of topics you will answer a question on in the exam.

Compulsory components:

4.1 Education with Theory and Methods
  • 1.1 Education
  • 1.2 Methods in context
  • 1.3 Theory and methods
4.3 Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods
  • 3.1 Crime and Deviance
  • 3.2 Theory and Methods

 

Optional Components:

Option 1:
  • 2.1 Culture and Identity
  • 2.2 Families and Households
  • 2.3 Health
  • 2.4 Work, Poverty and Welfare
Option 2:
  • 2.5 Beliefs in Society
  • 2.6 Global Development
  • 2.7 The Media
  • 2.8 Stratification and Differentiation

Examination paper 1, Education with Theory and Methods .

  • Type: Written examination.
  • Duration: 2 hours.
  • Weighing: 33.3% of A-Level.
  • Total Marks: 80.
  • A mixture of short answers and extended writing.

What’s assessed

  • 1.1 Education
  • 1.2 Methods in context
  • 1.3 Theory and methods

Examination paper 2, Topics in Sociology .

  • Type: Written examination.
  • Duration: 2 hours.
  • Weighing: 33.3% of A-Level.
  • Total Marks: 80.
  • Assessment format: Extended writing .

What’s assessed

Section A: one from option 1:

  • 2.1 Culture and Identity
  • 2.2 Families and Households
  • 2.3 Health
  • 2.4 Work, Poverty and Welfare

Section B: one from option 2:

  • 2.5 Beliefs in Society
  • 2.6 Global Development
  • 2.7 The Media
  • 2.8 Stratification and Differentiation

Examination paper 3, Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods .

  • Type: Written examination.
  • Duration: 2 hours.
  • Weighing: 33.3% of A-Level.
  • Total Marks: 80.
  • Assessment format: short answers and extended writing.

What’s assessed

4.3 Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods
  • 3.1 Crime and Deviance
  • 3.2 Theory and Methods

Examination paper 1

June 2019
Start time: pm
Duration: 2 hours

Examination paper 2

June 2019
Start time: am
Duration: 2 hours

Examination paper 3

June 2019
Start time: pm
Duration: 2 hours

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Course Features

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  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 45 hours
  • Skill level Beginner
  • Language English
  • Students 10
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£4,500.00