Accounting A Level
What will I learn?
In the first year, students take study the following:
- Role of the Accountant in business
- Types of business organisations
- The double entry model
- Verification of accounting records
- Accounting concepts in the preparation of accounts
- Preparation of financial statements for sole traders
- Limited company accounts
- Analysis and evaluation of financial information
- Marginal Costing
- Standard costing and variable analysis
- Absorption and activity based costing
- Capital investment appraisal
- Accounting for organisations and incomplete records
- Accounting for limited companies
- Interpretation, analysis and communication of accounting information
- The impact of ethical considerations
GCSE Maths Grade 5 and English at Grade 4. GCSE points score average of 5.3 or above.
How long will it take to qualify?
How will I be assessed?
Two 3 hour exams at the end of the course.
Throughout your time at JLC you will be assessed at regular intervals throughout your course in the style of external assessments under exam conditions. This is to help track your progress and help prepare you with the skills needed for the final exam.
Who is this course aimed at?
Accountancy is attractive to students who:
- Wish to pursue a career in the accounting or financial sector
- Wish to start their own business and require an understanding of finance
- Enjoy analysing and interpreting data
- Do not want to study Mathematics at University, but would like to pursue a course with a large numerical content
A level Accountancy is an ideal platform to study Accountancy/Accounting at degree level and also to start a career in accountancy. It is highly valued in careers including retail and banking and is useful for anyone wishing to start their own business.
- A Level
- 2 Years