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We had originally planned this initiative as a one-year trial but it proved so popular that we extended it. As new GCSEs and A Levels for first teaching from 2015 now start to be redeveloped, we are withdrawing this service.
Hodder Education has kindly agreed to continue funding this service and you’ll be able to order your free eBooks for 2014/15 through Interchange as usual.
There is no longer a January exam series for AS and A2 units. Follow this link to find out more about the changes.
We have updated all of the current A Level specifications to reflect the removal of the January series; these are now available for you to download.
This is the only change to the current A Level specifications.
The scheme is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of candidates and there are numerous combinations of units giving rise to a very flexible system. It caters for candidates who may only wish to take three units in order to broaden their study or support other subjects. Equally, it is ideal for candidates who wish to focus on mathematics and take six, nine or 12 units.
Find out how the Extended Project Qualification could relate to your subject
This document covers Reforming A Levels: the changing landscape, Removal of January series from September 2013 and a summary of what’s planned for A Levels from 2015.
Answer sheet for the sketching curves whodunnit lesson element.
This lesson element can be used by teachers to support the delivery of the curve sketching element of the qualification.