A level law students first to study new slimline courses

November 2005
Lawyer;11/14/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 44, p72
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The article presents information on the launch of the A-level educational examination program for law students by the OCR examination board in Great Britain. The course was sat by 6,072 students which made it the second-largest A-level provider after the Assessments and Qualifications Alliance. The usefulness of A-level law program for students going on to read law at university has been debated excitedly. The new system follows a recommendation in the Tomlinson report on the education of 14 to 19-year-olds, which summoned for the burden on A- level students and teachers to be reduced.


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