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A Level English
Literature AQA

English Lit
English A Level Lit Course
English Literature A Level
AQA Certificate
English Lit
English A Level Lit Course
English Literature A Level
AQA Certificate
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Course overview

Need an English Literature A Level for university, further study or to help you land your dream job?

Want to write a best-selling novel, become a press officer, or get into acting? Well, it all starts with an A Level in English Literature!

With our A Level course, in as little as 12 months you’ll have learnt all about the exciting world of poetry, drama, and prose, and been trained to explore the deeper meanings behind the written word.

It’s a highly respected A Level subject and can take you down many different career paths. With the skills you learn, you’ll be able to go on to study a wide variety of topics at university, such as Drama, Creative writing, Psychology, History, and even Medicine! So, no matter where you want to end up, or what career you’re aiming for, this A Level could help you get there!

Our English Literature A Level qualification also includes your exam, which will give you the grade you’ll need for UCAS points if you want to study at university afterwards. This means you don’t have to worry about organising your exam once you’ve completed the course – win, win!

You’ll also get:

  • 100% online study (excludes the exam) – available 24/7, so you can fit studying around your existing schedule!
  • Great tutor support – highly qualified and friendly experts, ready to help!
  • An internationally recognised qualification
  • Tutors

    Throughout your studies, you’ll have access to our tutor support team, who are on hand to help you with any queries you may have. They are experts in their fields and happy to help!

    The Advisor Team

    Anything these guys don’t know about educational courses isn’t worth knowing! They are an amazing bunch of friendly experts, who will help you select the right course for your needs, so you can follow your dreams.

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    Academic Team

    A great set of people to have in your corner if you find yourself stumped by a section of the course! This wonderful team will come to your rescue ASAP and talk you through anything you need help with, so you can keep momentum and get your qualification!

    Customer Support Team

    Find yourself fighting with technology? Our customer support team are here to save the day! If you have any issues accessing the platform for your course, or downloading your certificate, they will sort it out for you in no time!

    Customer support team

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  • Accreditations

    You will need to complete an in-person exam in order to pass this course – exam sittings are held once per year in May or June.

    We have examination centres, approved by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ). located around the country: Bolton, Coventry, Doncaster, St Neots Cambridgeshire,  High Wycombe, Taunton, Wimbledon and Belfast.

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  • Topics you'll cover
    • Death of a salesman
    • John Keats (pre-1900 text)
    • Othello
    • Crime literature
    • The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
    • When will there be good news?
    • Pre-1900 texts
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  • Modules

    During this course, you will cover the following:

    • Introduction to English Literature
    • Death of a Salesman (drama text)
    • John Keats (pre-1900 text)
    • Othello
    • Analysis of Language
    • Aspects of Tragedy in Othello – Themes for discussion
    • Crime writing as a genre
    • The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
    • When Will There Be Good News? (Post-2000 text)
    • George Crabbe, Robert Browning and Oscar Wilde (pre-1900 text)
    • Coursework component
    • Comparison of one poetry and one prose text, informed by a school of literary criticism
    • Exam preparation
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  • Course Duration

    There are no physical classes to attend, all your studying is online so you can complete your A Level in your own time, as quickly as you like.

    This A Level in English Literature will take 360 hours to complete.

    Most people gain their English Literature A Level in as little as 12 months.

  • Quick FAQs

    What are A Levels?

    A Level stands for Advanced Level Qualification, and this type of qualification is often a requirement to be accepted onto a university course. It can also be a requirement for other further education courses, and even some jobs! If you need to achieve a certain grade, our tutors are on hand to help you achieve your goals!

    Are there any requirements for me to undertake an A Level in English Language?

    There are no specific requirements, but we would recommend a basic level of competency in English before you take the A Level, to make sure you get the most out of your qualification.

    Is this A Level English Language qualification internationally recognised?

    Our A Level English Literature qualification is accepted by institutions and employers all over the world.

    How is the A Level English Language Course assessed?

    At the end of each unit, you will need to complete an assignment, which you will submit online to your personal tutor. Once they have assessed your work, it will be returned to you with a final grade and useful feedback. When you’ve passed each unit, you’ll be able to take your final, in-person exam!

    When can I get started?

    Whenever you like! As soon as you’re enrolled, you’ll receive your login details to our online learning portal. This is available to you 24/7 and all the course materials are accessed via the portal, so you can arrange your study schedule around your existing commitments – easy!

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