A-level examinations, and school examinations in general, are topical issues and are in the process of change. This book examines the increasingly changing ground of sixth form study. It considers the effect of GCSE, initiatives such as AS levels and the Higginson Report on those taking A-levels.
A-level examinations - and school examinations in general - are topical issues and are currently in the process of change. This book examines the increasingly changing ground of sixth form study. It considers the effect of GCSE, initiatives such as AS levels and the Higginson Report on those taking A-levels. Targetted both at the professional audience of examiners, teachers and lecturers in secondary schools, and tertiary schools, tertiary colleges, INSET and Universities, and at the general audience of employers and parents, it will also be of value to an overseas readership in countries preparing students for UK GCSE, O-levels and A-levels.
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The GCE advanced level examination system: perceptions, features and theories; advanced level origins; attempts to reform the structure of A level; the evolution of advanced level examinations; AS levels: a case study in broadening advanced levels; the continuing reform of advanced level; a view of A and AS level examinations in the mid 1990s.
The Reform of Advanced Level by Michael Kingdon
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