Last Updated on April 2, 2023
The diagram below illustrates how the AS and A2 components combine, over two years, to create a final grade for A Level Art and Design (CIE 9704). As you can see, the AS Course (usually completed in Year 12) counts towards 50% of the final result, with the A2 Course (usually completed in Year 13) making up the other 50%.
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More information about each of the components can be found below:
- AS Art Examination – Component 1 (Controlled Test)
- AS Art Coursework – Component 2
- A2 Art Coursework – Component 3
- A2 Art Personal Study – Component 4
This blog post relates to A Level Art & Design, CIE 9704 – the International version of A Levels, run by the University of Cambridge. Information is sourced from the CIE A Level Art and Design syllabus.
Amiria has been an Art & Design teacher and a Curriculum Co-ordinator for seven years, responsible for the course design and assessment of student work in two high-achieving Auckland schools. She has a Bachelor of Architectural Studies, Bachelor of Architecture (First Class Honours) and a Graduate Diploma of Teaching. Amiria is a CIE Accredited Art & Design Coursework Assessor.