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A-Level Critical Thinking

Background information about studying Critical Thinking

What can I expect from a Cricital Thinking A-Level?

Difficulty

Not very difficult to do but does require you to understand the concepts they present and be able to construct coherent responses to questions.

Workload

No coursework but it is exam based so revision before exams is all that is needed.

Required Individual Study

As long as you've memorised all the terminology and can identify each part then you should be fine.

How is it assessed?

Exams

2 exams for the A/S and 2 for the A2 and are of equal weighting.

Coursework

Practicals

Field trips and excursions

Where can I go with a Critical Thinking A-Level?

User Opinions

Username: manthew

What I like about studying this subject: It's fun! You practically becomes a lawyer cum detective when answering the questions

What I dislike about studying this subject: Paper one is tough, it's a lot harder than MENSA IQ test


Username: LouiseH215

What I like about studying this subject: It's fairly easy but still challenging at the same time. Plus it fills gaps on my timetable which is a bonus.

What I dislike about studying this subject: So much terminology! And they can be similar words too which can get confusing.


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