Exam Board: A Level English Literature – Eduqas
You will immerse yourself in some of the most famous writers’ works, analysing and criticising them from your own individual point of view.
You will be able to articulate your argument and analysis of prose, poetry, plays and short stories and will have developed a lifelong appreciation of fiction in all its forms.
- GCSEs to include a minimum Grade 4 in English
- Minimum average GCSE score of 4
This course has a mixture of:
- 80% exam
- 20% coursework (completed in the second year)
- Geoffrey Chaucer
- Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes
- William Shakespeare
- Christopher Marlowe
- Lucy Prebble
- Texts from 1880 – 1910
Why chose this course?
- Opportunity to study your own novels for coursework
- One of the most respected and facilitating subjects
- Passionate staff
Where might it lead?
English Literature is one of the most respected and demanding A Levels. Analysing and evaluating literary sources is a highly desirable skill relevant to a huge variety of careers and university courses, including journalism, marketing, public relations, law and further literary research.