A-level Sociology Revision (Short Course)
- Students should have already studied most of the A-level sociology syllabus, ideally with a qualified teacher.
This course explains how you should answer the different exam questions on Papers 7192/1 (Education with Theory and Methods). 7192/2 (Topics in Sociology) and 7192/3 (Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods)
It has been deliberately designed to be as efficient as possible, and thus focuses on exam technique rather than bludgeoning through the content.
Who this course is for:
- Current A-level students in their second year of study
I'm an A level sociology teacher and examiner with over 20 years experience. During that time I've seen over 2000 students through their sociology exams, the vast majority of them achieving above their target grades.
The options I've taught include Education, Families and Households, Theory and Research Methods, Crime and Deviance, Beliefs in Society, The Media and Global Development.
I've also been an examiner for more than a decade and have examined on several different papers.