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A Level Physics Exam

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A Level Physics Exam

Book your A Level Physics exam as a private candidate with MME Exams. We’ll sort everything for you as an A Level Physics private candidate, booking you in at a local exam centre where you will take your exam. We can also arrange your required practicals should you need to do them. Taking your A Level Physics exam can open many doors, improve your job prospects, and get you access to your dream university course, including undergraduates in Physics, computing, engineering, and many more!

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  • Official A Level Physics qualification from AQA
  • Exam and Practical assessments available
  • Nationally recognised qualification matching schools and colleges
  • Top A Level grades are worth up to 56 UCAS points - secure your dream place at University!
  • Open other career doors - from computing through to engineering
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A Level Physics Exam Information

Entry Requirements

We recommend that you have a minimum of a grade 4/C in GCSE Physics and Mathematics before taking the A Level Physics exam.

Can I resit A Level Physics?

If you failed your A level Physics exam the first time around or want to improve your grade, you can take your A level Physics resit with MME exams.

Exam Day Setup

You will take your A Level Physics exam in person at an examination centre near you. The A Level physics exam will be in a paper-based format. For any learners who require the practical component, this will be taken at an earlier date to the exam. Once you book, our team will confirm everything with you so you are fully prepared for your exam and any practicals you wish to take.

Should I take an A Level Physics qualification?

Passing your A Level Physics qualification can open up many career pathways, include those related to medicine and engineering. Often, students take A Levels to move on to further education, hoping to reach a minimum number of UCAS points. Completing an A Level Physics exam is worth up to 56 UCAS points, depending on your grade. To complete the full qualification, you will need to have passed both the exam and practical components.

What is the process like to register for the A Level Physics Exam?

  • Register for your A Level Physics exam through the above checkout, or fill out the form below and one of our team will be in touch. Aim to book your exam at least 6 months before the exams are due to take place (around December).
  • After you have purchased your exam you will receive a confirmation invoice in your email. Our exams processing team will gather some further information from you.
  • We’ll then book you in as an A level Physics private candidate at your local examination centre. If you’ve chosen to complete your practicals with us, we’ll be in touch to arrange these for you at a time suitable. If you decide not book your practical assessments with us, you will need to complete the practical assessments somewhere else to complete your A Level qualification.
  • Our team will confirm all the full information with you well before your exam day, including the date, time, and location of your exams, so that you are ready and well prepared.

How can I revise a level Physics online?

We can provide some free A Level Physics online resources:

When can I take my A Level Physics exam?

A level Physics exams take place in the summer of each year, usually across May and June. Results day for A level exams is normally at the end of August, but this will be confirmed by the government at a later date.

What do I need to pass the qualification?

To gain your A Level Physics qualification with AQA, you will need to pass your exams, split across 3 exams, and the practical endorsement, which needs to be taken before the exams. You will need to source a centre and book your practicals directly with them if you do not book the practical assessment with us.

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The A level Physics private candidate qualification you will obtain is awarded by AQA.

A Level Physics private candidate enquiry

Once you register for your A Level Physics exam, a member of our exam processing team will be in touch to gather some additional information from you.

Our team will be in touch later down the line to book you in for your practical assessment.

If you have any questions regarding your booking or if you need any help getting your A Level Physics exam booked, then submit the following form and one of our friendly team will be in touch to assist you.

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The A Level Physics qualification booked through us is the same as what is offered in schools and colleges, and recognised across the UK.

 

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We provide an excellent service throughout the whole examination process, from getting you booked in to your exam and practicals, to supporting you all the way until your exam is finished.

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Our A level Physics exams are competitively priced, with some of the cheapest prices around.

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Requirements

We recommend you have at least a grade 4 or C in your GCSE Physics and Maths before purchasing your A level Physics exam. If you require these qualifications too, we offer exams for these subjects too!

A Level Physics Exam Details

Paper 1

  • Type: written examination
  • Duration: two hours
  • Weighting: 34% of A Level
  • Total marks: 85
  • What’s assessed: Sections 1 to 5 and 6.1
  • Assessment format: 60 marks of short and long answer questions and 25 multiple choice questions.

Paper 2

  • Type: written examination
  • Duration: two hours
  • Weighting: 34% of A Level
  • Total marks: 85
  • What’s assessed: Sections 6.2, 7 and 8 + assumed knowledge from sections 1 to 6.1
  • Assessment format: 60 marks of short and long answer questions and 25 multiple choice questions.

Paper 3

  • Type: written examination
  • Duration: two hours
  • Weighting: 32% of A Level
  • Total marks: 80
  • What’s assessed:
    • Section A (Compulsory section): Practical skills and data analysis
    • Section B: Students enter for one of sections 9, 10, 11, 12 or 13
  • Assessment format: 45 marks of short and long answer questions on practical experiments and data analysis + 35 marks of short and long answer questions on optional topic.

Practical Assessment

Practical assessments must be attended prior to sitting your exams and in the same academic year. There are a total of 12 practicals which need to be completed for the AQA A Level Physics qualification.

A Level Physics FAQs

Your A Level Physics qualification is made up of 3 different papers, alongside 12 practical assessments, all of which you need to pass to gain your A Level qualification. You need to complete each practical assessment before the exams and in the same academic year. You can book your practical assessments through us as well as the exam.

We recommend that you first obtain minimum grades of 4/C in GCSE Physics and Mathematics (or equivalent).

Our A Level Physics exam and those sat by schools and colleges are the same. Upon successful completion of your exam booked through us, you will receive the same qualification as you would have if you had sat your A Level Physics exam at a school or college.

We will book your A Level Physics exam at an examination centre near to you. You will be expected to complete the exam in person and under exam conditions.

 

 

A Level exams take place in the summer of each year, typically throughout May and June. The next available exams are in the summer of 2025, with exact dates to be confirmed.

Completing an A level physics resit is usually worth it if you require the A Level or a higher grade than what you previously achieved. Universities typically require you to have minimum grades in certain subjects before they offer you a place on an undergraduate course, so taking an A Level Physics resit to boost your grade could be necessary for you to be offered a place at your chosen University.

There are many ways to study A Level Physics online, however, all exams are conducted in person at examination centres. Similarly, the practical assessment must be done in person and you can book these through us alongside your exam.

To revise for your A Level Physics online, you can access free A Level Physics revision resources through MME Revise. Here you can find detailed revision notes and past papers which you can work through to revise for your A Level Physics exam.

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