Cambridge International A-Level

A Levels consist of two parts: the Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level taken in the first year and the A2 Level taken in the second year, culminating in a full A Level grade. Assessment primarily involves written exams with subjects spanning sciences, humanities, languages, and more. A Levels are respected globally, preparing students with critical thinking skills and readiness for higher education or employment. Overall, Cambridge International A Levels provide a comprehensive and adaptable educational pathway for students worldwide.

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Created by Momina Zaigham Last updated Fri, 15-Dec-2023 English
What will i learn?
  • learning English Legal system and its application in real situations, aims at developing analytical skills , application of laws and evaluation of the existing legal system

Curriculum for this course
2 Topics
English Legal System
13 Sub Topics
  • Principles and Sources of English
  • The English Legal system and its context
  • Parliamentary Law Making
  • Delegated Legislation
  • Statutory interpretation
  • Judicial Precedent
  • Civil Courts and Civil Process
  • Alternative Methods of Dispute Resolution
  • Criminal Courts and Criminal Process
  • Police powers
  • The Judiciary-Superior and inferior judges
  • Legal Professionals
  • Lay Personnel
Criminal Law
13 Sub Topics
  • Elements of Crime
  • Actus Reus and Mens Rea
  • Offences against Property
  • Theft
  • Robbery
  • Burglary
  • Blackmail
  • Handling Stolen Goods
  • Criminal Damage
  • Making off without payment
  • Fraud
  • Sentencing in England and Wales
  • Adult offenders, young offenders and aims of sentencing
Title Lectures Price
Inquiry Based Session-1 lesson 1 15$
Regular Package/ 4 lesson 4 60$
Standard Package/8 Lesson 8 102$
Premium Package/12 12 135$
Fast Track/16 Lesson 16 180$
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Cambridge International A Levels offer a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum that prepares students for higher education and the workforce. The flexibility in subject choice, coupled with a globally recognized qualification, makes it a popular choice for students seeking an internationally respected academic qualification.

Grading: A Levels are graded on a scale from A* (highest grade) to E, with A* being awarded for exceptional performance.

Examinations: Assessment is primarily through written examinations at the end of the course. Some subjects may also include coursework or practical assessments.

  1. Subjects: Students typically choose between 3 to 5 subjects in which to specialize, although this can vary.
  2. Flexibility: A Levels offer flexibility in subject choices, allowing students to tailor their studies to their interests and career aspirations.
  3. Modular Structure: A Levels usually consist of two parts: the Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level, taken in the first year, and the A2 Level, taken in the second year. The full A Level grade is awarded upon completion of both AS and A2 components.
  4. Benefits:

    1. Critical Thinking: A Levels encourage critical thinking, analytical skills, and independent research.
    2. Global Recognition: They are widely accepted by universities internationally, providing students with opportunities to study in various countries.
    3. Preparation for University: A Levels help students develop the skills needed for success in higher education.

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