2024 Guide to A Level Exams (Timetables, Past Papers, and Revision Guides!)

Last Updated: 10th May 2024

While they may feel a long way away, A Level exam season will be upon us before you know it!

To help you prepare, we’ve compiled a revision resource to help you be as prepared as possible. We’ve included the A Level exam dates 2024 timetables, past papers, and in-depth study guides to help make your A Level exam prep as painless as possible.

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A Level Exam Timetables

A Level Past Papers

Revision Guides

A Level Exam Timetable 2024

The A Level exam dates in 2024 are timetabled in common exam slots agreed by all exam boards under the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ).

Regardless of where you sit for your exams, the A Level exam dates and times for 2024 will remain the same (though some colleges and exam centres may choose to start slightly earlier or later).

A Level Philosophy Exam Timetable

Paper 1:16 May 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 2:22 May 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.

A Level Chemistry Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 10 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 18 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 3: 21 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level Sociology Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 20 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 4 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 3: 11 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.

A Level Religious Studies Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 10 June 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 17 June 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.

A Level Politics Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 21 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 2: 5 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 3: 14 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level Psychology Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 17 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 22 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 3: 3 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.

A Level Physics Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 24 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 6 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 3: 17 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level Mathematics Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 4 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 2: 11 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 3: 20 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.

A Level Law Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 23 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 2: 4 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 3: 10 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level Environmental Science Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 20 May 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 7 June 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level Further Maths Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 22 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 2: 3 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 3: 7 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.

A Level Geography Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 16 May 2024 (2-hours and 30-minute written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 3 June 2024 (2-hours and 30-minute written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level English Literature Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 24 May 2024 ( 3-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 5 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level English Language and Literature Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 24 May 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 5 June 2024 (2-hours and 30-minute written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level History Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 23 May 2024 (2-hours and 30-minute written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 7 June 2024 (2-hours and 30-minute written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.

A Level Biology Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 5 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 2: 14 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 3: 19 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level Economics Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 15 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.
Paper 2: 20 May 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 3: 7 June 2024 (2-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level Accounting Exam Timetable

Paper 1: 23 May 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 1.30 p.m.
Paper 2: 3 June 2024 (3-hour written exam) @ 9.00 a.m.

A Level Past Papers

A Level Philosophy Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Chemistry Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Sociology Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Religious Studies Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2D Islam and Dialogues – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2C Hinduism and Dialogues – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2E Judaism and Dialogues – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2B Christianity and Dialogues – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2A Buddhism and Dialogues – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Politics Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Psychology Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Physics Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Section A – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Section B Medical Physics Option – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Section B Astrophysics Option – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Section B Turning Points in Physics Option – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Section B Engineering Physics Option – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Section B Electronics Option – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Mathematics Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Law Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3A – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3B – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Environmental Science Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Further Maths Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Mechanics – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Statistics – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 Discrete – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Geography Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level English Literature Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level English Language and Literature Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Biology Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Economics Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 3 – June 2022 – Answers

A Level Accounting Past Papers

Paper 1 – June 2022 – Answers
Paper 2 – June 2022 – Answers

How to create a revision schedule

  1. Step one: Subject Assessment and Materials

    • List your subjects: Make a list of all of your subjects, the corresponding A Level exam dates and deadline dates.
    • Gather your materials: Collect textbooks, notes, past papers, and any other necessary resources for each subject.
  2. Step two: How much time do you have?

    • Consider how much time is left until your exams and how many hours a day you can commit to studying until then.
  3. Step three: Make a schedule

    • Grab a calendar or planner to allocate specific time slots for each subject and topic based on your available time and subject priorities.
    • Think about the difficulty of each subject and how confident you feel. Prioritise topics you feel less sure about.
  4. Step four: Set realistic goals

    • Break down your revision into manageable chunks and only focus on one or two topics per study session to stop you from getting overwhelmed.
    • Remember to schedule breaks for yourself to rest and recharge during your study sessions.
  5. Step five: Get to it!

    • Regularly review your schedule and adjust it to your needs.
    • Use past papers to assess your revision progress.

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