The A Level system that has been in place  since 2000 will shortly be coming to an end. Following Michael Gove’s education reforms, more emphasis will be placed on rigorous and uniform assessment, namely by changing the A Level course structure from modular to linear. Here we look at the nature of the reforms, how universities have reacted to the change, and what it all means for you. There is no question that the reforms will change how students will have to approach their exams in order to give themselves the best chance of excelling, so by reading up on this issue you can put yourself in a very strong position. 


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