CRITICAL THINKING at Steyning Grammar School
This is not subject specific. The specification involves the study of a range of transferable thinking skills. The intention is the development of thinking skills and processes rather than the study of subject content. No specific prior knowledge is required.
The course will enable you to:
The processes of Critical Thinking are valuable and relevant within other AS and AVCE subjects as well as being an essential skill required for further and higher education. The subject is highly thought of by both universities and employers.
Oxbridge and several top Universities are introducing an LNAT examinations for all their prospective LAW students. The purpose of this exam, sat in November of Year 13, is to identify the best minds for a law course. Specimen questions show that it is so similar to Critical Thinking that we advise all prospective law candidates to choose it as a fourth or fifth AS subject.
5 GCSEs at Grades A*-C
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Steyning Grammar School directly.