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A LevelSociology

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£46/month interest-free

Payments
6 months

Deposit
£64

Total Price
£340

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Start anytimewith support till summer 2020 results

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ExamsMay/June 2019 or May/June 2020

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100% onlinewith unlimited 1:1 tutor support

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Additional feesExam centre fees

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Multi-buy discountEnrol on 2 A Levels save 5% | 3 save 10% | 4+ save 15%

  • The same AQA A Level qualification you’d get in school, all online
  • 9.6/10 Trustpilot rating from 2500+ independent reviews
  • Unlimited 1:1 support from your personal Sociology tutor
  • Learn at your own pace and set your own schedule
  • Study anywhere, anytime on your phone, tablet or laptop

Why is this course right for you?

Our uniquely flexible online Sociology course means that even if you're working full-time or caring for family, you can fit learning around your busy life.

The study of sociology is absorbing and highly practical. You'll find that much of what you learn applies to a wide range of professional and personal situations, from family and education to the media and crime.

Your A Level Sociology will be a stepping stone to further education, a fulfilling career - and a better future.

Entry requirements

You don’t need any previous qualifications to take this course.

If English is your second language, we recommend you have an IELTS 5.5 or equivalent, but we’re happy to review your case on an individual basis.

 

Course content

This online course will teach you the AQA Sociology A Level specification (7192).

You'll cover 10 units:

  • Unit 1: The sociology of education and schools
  • Unit 2: Educational achievement and politics
  • Unit 3: Sociological research methods
  • Unit 4: The sociology of families and households
  • Unit 5: Childhood, gender and demographic change
  • Unit 6: Beliefs in society 1
  • Unit 7: Beliefs in society 2
  • Unit 8: Crime and deviance 1
  • Unit 9: Crime and deviance 2
  • Unit 10: Revision – theory and methods

For full details of what you’ll learn on each unit, download our A Level Sociology course guide.

 

A Level exams

Please note that you’re responsible for booking your exams.

You’ll arrange to sit them at a school or college roughly 6 months before your chosen exam date.

There are 3 exams for the AQA Sociology A Level specification (7192):

  • Paper 1: Education with Theory and Methods
  • Paper 2: Topics in Sociology
  • Paper 3: Crime and Deviance with Theory and Method

Your exam fees aren't included in the course cost as you'll pay these directly to your exam centre.

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Stephanie Sauvarin‘My tutor has been really great, responding quickly to every query I've sent with a full in-depth explanation of everything I've needed to know. I'm thinking about taking up another A Level with ICS Learn!’
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  • Get help from your personal Sociology tutor whenever you get stuck
  • Contact your tutor anytime online or arrange a phone call
  • All our tutors are qualified teachers and subject specialists
  • Complete marked mock exams to ensure you're well-prepared for the real thing

FAQs

We’re the world’s most experienced online learning provider, having been pioneers in flexible learning for 130 years.

Our Trustpilot rating is 9.6/10 from more than 2500 independent student reviews.

We make it easy to shape learning around your life with our flexible schedule, unlimited tutor support, and interest-free payment plans.

That's why every year, we help thousands of students like you get the A Levels they need to succeed.

Yes, it’s exactly the same.

You’ll sit the same A Level Sociology exams at the same time as all the other students in the UK, and you’ll receive the same results, transcript and qualification.

Your A Level will be accepted by universities, colleges and employers worldwide, exactly as if you'd studied in school or college.

Your qualification is accredited by AQA, the largest A Level awarding body. They set and mark the exams for around half of all A Levels taken in the UK each year.

Right away! There’s no need to wait until September to enrol – you can begin your course at any time.

Once you enrol, you’ll be able to log in to your course and get started within an hour.

We recommend you source the following textbooks:

  • Sociology for AQA: Volume 1: AS and 1st-Year A Level by K Browne, Publisher: Polity
  • Sociology for AQA: Volume 2: 2nd-Year A Level by K Browne, Publisher: Polity

  • Unlimited 1:1 support from your personal Sociology tutor, online or by phone
  • 24/7 access to the Student Community, your all-in-one online learning platform
  • Interactive online learning broken down into easy-to-follow units
  • Practice tests and mock exams marked by your tutor
  • Student forums so you can connect and share advice with other students
  • Friendly student services team, so you’re never more than a message or phone call away from a helping hand

Roughly 6 months before your chosen exam date, you should book your place at an exam centre to take the AQA Sociology A Level specification (7192) exam.

Exam centres are usually schools or colleges that are also submitting their own students for the exam.

AQA publish a list of exam centres that may accept private candidates. This won’t cover every available centre, so if there’s nothing shown in your area, we recommend contacting local schools and colleges directly.

Your exam fees aren’t included in the course cost as they’re paid directly to the exam centre. They’ll vary depending on which centre you choose.

If you’d like to pay in full, you can enrol online using the ‘Add to Basket’ button at the top of the page.

If you’d like to set up an interest-free payment plan, get in touch with our A Level Advisors on 0800 015 3326.

If you have any disabilities which you think might affect your studies or assessments, please tell your Course Advisor before you enrol so we can advise you on whether reasonable adjustments can be made to accommodate your needs.

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