AQA is the one of five awarding bodies that are recognized as regulators of public examination system in England, Wales and Northern Ireland for GCSE, AS and A Level examinations in the UK.
Assessment and Qualifications Alliance (AQA) is the largest examination committee - about half of all A-level tests are carried out on the basis of this particular centre. AQA examination system is used in 30 countries. All schools and colleges, which carry out examinations under the supervision of AQA, are carefully checked; rules for exams are updated annually.
AQA has several regional offices, the largest of which are located in Guildford and Manchester. In addition to the examination tests, AQA has a special program "Unlocking the potential" to help young people who face challenges to develop their skills and knowledge, enhance their self-confidence.
Traditionally exams are carried out during the first week of March. Exam results become available on the second week of August.
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It should be noted that the first A-levels examinations were introduced in the United Kingdom in 1951. In 2001, the order of examinations was changed in accordance with the document Curriculum 2000 exams were divided into two parts. After the first year - AS-levels exams, and after the second year - the actual exams A-levels.
The procedure for A-levels exams differs depending on the subject. So, for some subjects graduates have to write an essay, some of them require to answer open-ended questions, and a part of the examination is in a a test form.
In the AQA past papers section are collected all available test versions from 2011 to 2014. Around eight hundred tests are collected on our website and are available to you today. Among the wide variety of works you will be able to find works for training to pass AS and A2 examinations, as well as to receive GCE certificate.