How to Ace Your A-Levels
Written to help you achieve top grades at A-level
People only fail because they were never taught in school how to pass exams and revise properly
How to Ace Your A-levels challenges your assumptions about learning and hard work
If you follow the advice in this book, you will get the A-level grades you desire
Why buy How to Ace Your A-Levels?
Detailed guidance on revision timetables and revision methods telling you exactly what to do to get into the University you want
Discussions on important, often ignored areas such as revision styles, mind set, behaviour and motivation
A proven three step plan to help you achieve top grades (method, study cycle and motivation)
Realistic, honest, and straightforward advice on how to ACE your A-levels from authors who have done it themselves
Who are the authors?
Anshul Raja – a financial markets trader, who left UCL with a first class honours degree and a certificate of academic excellence by the Dean of students
Minesh Karia – a medical doctor with a BMedSc in Psychological Medicine
Where can I buy the book?
The book is available on Amazon in Paperback and on Kindle
ACE Your A-Levels is also available to order internationally, simply visit our online store
Testimonials & reviews…
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Hi, I have read the book and its really made me confident ahead of my a level courses which j began today. I am studying English language, English lit, history and media. I have mocks around Christmas/new year and then as exams in May/June. My question is broad but when do you think I should begin revising and going through content? Straight away?
There’s no time like the present – start executing the 3 step plan right away.
If I buy from the store on this website, will I get the paperback delivered here or is better to use Amazon?
You can use this site to purchase the book
I have read your book since AS and I felt really motivated to smash my A-levels. I am currently A2 student and I received my AS grades as BDD for Maths, Physics and Computing, respectively. Felt pretty disappointed, however, I still feel there is still some hope.. I am aiming for AAA to get to good uni I really want.
After I’ve done enough research on the internet, I convinced myself that SPACED REPETITION is the key to ace exams. You did mention in your book about repetition technique too.
Right now, I am trying to cover the entire A2 material before February Y13 mocks. I am trying my best to cover the entire A2 material so I can do well in mocks and convince my teachers that I still have some potential and get high predicted grades. In addition, I want to get the entire A2 material covered right after the mocks so I can have more time for myself to do as many repetitions as possible before the first ACTUAL exam. Forgot to mention, I also have loads of re-takes as well. The problem is..
… will I be able to cover the entire A2 material before the Y13 mocks in February? When did you manage to finish covering your A2 materials? I made “Repetition Revision Plan” and I calculated that I have 152 days left (starting from today) for all my 3 subjects.
Thank you again for this awesome book!
Best of luck,
I was able to cover approximately 7 modules (both A2 and AS) between September and January. It was a tight squeeze with some of them because of the time constraint, but having done a few power layers I was able to get away with doing 2 layers.
Which subjects did you take for A-levels?
Hi Johnny – 3 sciences and maths
Can anyone answer me? 😦
i have repeated year 12 and enrolled at a new sixth form (Ernist bevin college), i am currently doing BTEC level 3 triple engineering and AS Economics, I want to do mechanical engineering at a good university such as queen marry, Brunel, UCL or city university London although they want three very good A levels including maths which i do not do since my sixth form want a grade A or above and do the MEI specification ( i got a B in gcse maths), what should i do, some of my friends recommend me to study maths edexcel independently.
Maths is one of a few subjects which can be studied independently. During my A2 year, I had to miss a lot of maths lessons because I had so many retakes. I pretty much ended up teaching myself M1/C3/C4 and achieved above 90% in all of them using the guidance I’ve given in How to ACE Your A-Levels.
im hoping to achieve both A’s or A* in economics and maths even though they are hard a- levels and that i am doing BTEC triple engineering which means i have to keep pup to date with my coursework, do you think that’s possible or should i do double engineering?
i am in year 12 and take triple BTEC Engineering and AS Economics, after i leave sixth form i want to study mechanical engineering at a good uni in london such as brunel, queen mary, UCL or city university london. Since they will not allow me to do a level maths because i got a B (they want an A) which is really needed for engineering, i really feel like as if im not going too achieve it and so some of my mates recommend me to study maths independently but that will be a little bit hard. So what are your thoughts?
thanks for reading
Hi Raja I’m a Sixth Form Mentor, and one of my mentees showed me your book….it looks great.
I’d like to have it available to all the Sixth Form students: hoe can I do this? Thanks
Thank you for your message. We do special discount packages for schools. I can send you information about this by e-mail. Is this your email? email@example.com