You may often have asked yourself philosophical questions without realising that you were doing philosophy. Questions such as:
Studying straight philosophy involves not only asking and trying to answer these questions, but also thinking as carefully and clearly as possible about what such questions mean. If you find yourself being puzzled by questions of this kind then philosophy could be the subject for you.
There will be one exam in May/June lasting three hours. The paper is in two halves covering both topics.
These subjects will be examined in June.
Please note that there is no coursework.
More information about the syllabus can be obtained by visiting the AQA website.
Entry Requirements: As stated in the Admission Policy
Examining Board: AQA