Biology / Chemistry Evening Courses (AQA)
If you want to study A-Level Biology and/or Chemistry but can’t spare the time during the day, then we might have a course for you. We provide a course of four hours per week (Biology 5:00pm – 7:00pm; Chemistry 7:00pm-9:00pm) over 18 weeks – usually 8 weeks in the Autumn term, 7 weeks in the Spring term and 3 weeks in the Summer term.
Taught by very experienced tutors, our course cover the essentials of the AQA A-Level Biology and Chemistry (2015 Linear) specifications, including key practical elements. The tutorials will be an opportunity for you to discuss your particular difficulties.
A full Science A-level consists of three written units and a practical endorsement (please note that while practical endorsements are not a requirement in achieving a full A-level Science qualification, many universities/medical courses will not accept students without an endorsement – please check with your chosen institution before registering).
Written exams cost £350 (late fees will apply after the college’s registration deadline mid-December).
Practical endorsement courses cost £1300 and will take 40 hours to complete.
For registration after 1st August 2018 – please note that written exam fees will increase after 7th December 2018 due to late fees.
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Tuition fees are payable strictly in advance and are non-refundable unless the course is under-subscribed (fewer than four students register), when a full refund will be given.
To book please go to telephone 020 7937 0032 or email email@example.com. Once you have completed and returned the registration form, you can pay by card (preferred) or cash.
Fees for the practical endorsement course are payable by 1st December 2018. Please note that no discount or fees concessions are offered. Students are responsible for purchase of textbooks, stationery etc. Minimum tuition course number is four students – maximum number is 12.
If a student misses a session(s) alternative arrangements to cover missed work cannot usually be made, although an outline of what has been missed will be given.