## Tags » Qualifications

#### SWANSEA: The Daily Swansea meet this year’s A Level students

**So you’re 18, or if you couldn’t be arsed last year 19, and media outlets want to broadcast your petrified little faces as your trembling hands open that dreaded envelope.** 309 more words

#### Year 1

My 2nd year of University began in 2013, at which point I joined the regular 3 year BSc programme. I finished the year with a Merit in 2014 having earned the following results in my modules: 17 more words

#### Foundation Year (Year 0)

I began my foundation year in 2012 at the University of Kent. It acted as a transitional period from A-Level mathematics to undergraduate mathematics as well as being my introduction to University. 38 more words

#### A Brief Overview

After completing my A-Levels I was accepted onto the BSc Mathematics course (with a foundation year) at the University of Kent. I started in September of 2012 and four short years later in June of 2016 I graduated with a 1st class BSc (Hons) Mathematics degree. 142 more words

#### A-Levels

I attended Thomas Becket Catholic School Sixth Form from 2009 to 2012 where I achieved 3 A-Levels in Mathematics, Psychology, and Sociology. I was frustratingly close to achieving an A grade in Mathematics, however I feel confident I have made up for this by following it up by gaining a 1st Class BSc Mathematics Degree. 6 more words

#### GCSEs

I attended Thomas Becket Catholic School between 2004 and 2009 and obtained 10 GCSEs; four A* grades, two A grades, and four B grades.

- Maths – A* 22 more words