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

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  • ACE Your A-Levels is also available to order internationally, simply visit our online store

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Scepticism to addiction

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349 Comments on “How to Ace Your A-Levels”

  1. Husnain says:

    Is this book available in paperback?

  2. Abi says:

    Hi there, in my AS levels I got 2 C’s and a B which seems ok but I want to do law so I really need to improve my results. I just feel very sceptical about the promise of this book.

    • anshulraja1 says:

      Hi Abi,

      I understand your scepticism. You might be thinking..’how on earth can an ebook help me improve my grades?’. To this I would say that sometimes it only takes a change of perspective to trigger a positive change. This is what How to ACE Your A-levels provides.

      I hit rock bottom after receiving my AS results and found a way out of what seemed like a futile situation. This book is essentially my story & a detailed description of how I got out of the mess which were my grades. When I started selling it, I wasn’t sure it would help anyone but now based on all the positive feedback it has received I know it’s having a huge positive impact on many students. Chances are it will help you too.


  3. Nimra says:

    Hi, I have started to read your book and it has really motivated me for this year, as i did not do that well at AS where i got CCDD. As there are no january exams, i would have to do them in june with my A2 exams. what advice can you give me to cope with the exams being altogether. also, when you talk about modules, are you referring to the sub topics, because in my exam board for biology and chemistry which is ocr, a module is a topic in one unit.

    thank you

    • anshulraja1 says:

      Hi Nimra,

      Thanks for purchasing our book! I’m happy to hear that it has motivated you. Having all the exams together does make life more difficult for students now. It makes it particularly difficult for those who like to cram before exams. This is the advantage of the layered learning we describe in the book. After 2/3 layers and past papers your knowledge will be stored and organised in your memory. It may feel like you can’t remember a few things but when you see a question in the exam information will start to pop up in your mind. Learn in layers and you’ll have no problems in June.

      When I refer to modules I mean all the information required for one exam. For example, mathematics C1 is a module & C2 is another module. Separate exams will be sat for both modules.

      I hope this helps!


  4. Matilda says:

    I was wondering how you did/how you can integrate AS retake learning into your revision timetable? and Im retaking some next June should I start now? If yes how long etc??


    • anshulraja1 says:

      Hi Matilda,

      I would get your A2 modules out of the way first and you may need to cover the first layers in your evenings/weekends before you even learn them in class. I did exactly this and got round to starting the first layers for my retakes around November time.


  5. Leon says:

    I have recently got my AS Level Results in Maths, Bio, Chem and Physics, and i received DDEEE depite doing sort of well all year, gaining As and Bs.
    This year, however, they removed the January modules and so I have to resit all of my AS exams (9 exams – dropped physics) in a week, with a week in between for my A2 exams.
    My family are disappointed, as am I, but they believe that I’m just not good at exams, without thinking about my high gcse grades of 6As 4Bs???
    All this negativity is bringing me down, can you help??

    • anshulraja1 says:

      Hi Leon,

      I’ve been in your shoes and it is a dismal feeling. However you have to bounce back and push hard this year. There is no reason why you can’t turn those D’s and E’s into A’s. I and many others have done so therefore you know it’s not impossible. Execute the methods in our book & prove all your doubters wrong!


  6. Manjot says:

    I was wondering, im redoing my AS exams while doing A2. And i really need help constructing a layer timetable. And yes i have read your book. Im gonna get my A2 done first. But when it comes to AS exams. When exactly should i start integrating the AS layers? im gonna do power reps for every lesson. I really need help constructing a timetabe. Im doing maths chemistry and biology. So i would greatly appreciate it if you could help me with this. Thanks

    • anshulraja1 says:

      Hi Manjot,

      I would try and complete the first layer for your A2 modules by Jan/Dec then start your first layer for AS retakes. The first layer for your A2 modules should take around 3 weeks per module maybe less.


  7. Mat says:

    I got a D in Maths, E in Physics and a ‘E’ in Chemistry. I don’t know what happened because I used to be so good in my studies as I have 5A’s out of 5 subjects in O-levels. I have to retake 7 exams but there is also the pressure of studying A2. I don’t know whether to just do AS till January or do both.

    • anshulraja1 says:

      Hi Mat,

      The jump from GCSE/O-levels to A-levels is large and catches a lot of people out. I always advise students to cover the first layer of A2 first and you have to move faster than your school. This means covering the material before your teacher has taught it. Once your A2s are done then focus on the first layers for your AS retakes. Aim to start the first layer for your AS retakes around Dec/Jan time.


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