- What support materials are available?
- Can students take dictionaries into the examination?
- Is International A level equivalent to UK A level and how do universities regard International A level?
- How many hours contact time do you recommend for A level?
- Which textbooks do you suggest?
- What are the exam papers?
- Example Candidate Responses
- Principal Examiners’ reports to teachers
- Past question papers and mark schemes
Candidates are allowed a simple translation dictionary.
Yes, the International A level is equivalent to a UK A level. In general there is direct equivalence between UK A Level Law and Cambridge A Level Law.
Over a two-year A level course approximately 5 hours per week of teaching time would be sufficient. Students will be expected to do individual work outside of this time.
Suitable textbooks can be found here.
The exam scheme consists of 4 papers:
Paper 1: Structure and Operation of the English Legal System (1.5 hours)
Paper 2: Data Response on the English Legal System (1.5 hours)
Paper 3: Law of Contract (1.5 hours) Paper 4: Law of Tort (1.5 hours)
Papers 1 and 2 make up the AS level. Papers 1, 2, 3 and 4 make up the A level.