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AS and A Level: Physical Education (Sport & Coaching)

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Sport is a multi-billion pound industry and yet is also a past-time enjoyed by billions of people around the world. If you study Physical Education at A level you'll cover a wide range of sports topics including sports physiology, the psychology of sport, its sociological impact and sports performance. There is a practical element to the course and you can generally choose between a sporting discipline, coaching or officiating.

The written element to the course requires knowledge, evaluative skills and the ability to express yourself well. Marked by Teachers offers an enormous range of high-quality essay examples which can help you gain the skills you'll need in for coursework and written exams.

Being a global phenomenon there is always sport news and analysis in the media and you'll be expected to keep up-to-date. If you love sport then this won'tpresent you with much of a problem. The subject is a strong preparation for those who go on to study Sports Science at university.

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