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A-Level

Bangladesh, the GCE AS and A Level are offered by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CIE) and Pearson Edexcel after completion of GCE O-Level or...

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GCE

GCE can mean: Galactic Center GeV excess Gas Control Equipment, GCE Group, Sweden General Certificate of Education Global citizenship education Google...

Last Update: 2022-02-06T18:45:09Z Word Count : 76

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GCE Ordinary Level

secondary education now. In India, Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) GCE Ordinary Level qualifications are offered at private and international schools...

Last Update: 2022-11-01T03:10:25Z Word Count : 1342

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General Certificate of Education

The General Certificate of Education (GCE) is a subject-specific family of academic qualifications used in awarding bodies in England, Wales, Northern...

Last Update: 2022-11-30T18:09:47Z Word Count : 2162

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GCE Advanced Level in Sri Lanka

Lankan Advanced Level (A-level), is a General Certificate of Education (GCE) qualification exam in Sri Lanka, similar to the British Advanced Level,...

Last Update: 2022-08-23T06:21:26Z Word Count : 1006

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Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a time-management and scheduling calendar service developed by Google. It became available in beta release April 13, 2006, and in general...

Last Update: 2022-11-19T13:15:27Z Word Count : 2301

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GCIC

GCIC may refer to: Global City Innovative College a private college in Taguig City, Philippines. Global Cyberspace Integration Center a field operating...

Last Update: 2019-12-28T14:08:04Z Word Count : 60

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Gcal (disambiguation)

Gcal may refer to: Google Calendar, a free calendaring Web application Gigacalorie, referred to as a ton of TNT for thermochemical reactions GCAL may...

Last Update: 2017-07-20T09:41:09Z Word Count : 67

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Singapore-Cambridge GCE Ordinary Level

Certificate of Education Ordinary Level (or Singapore-Cambridge GCE O-Level) is a GCE Ordinary Level examination held annually in Singapore and is jointly...

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Singapore-Cambridge GCE Normal Level

Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education Normal Level (or Singapore-Cambridge GCE N-Level) examination is a national examination held annually in Singapore...

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A-Level

The A-Level (Advanced Level) is a subject-based qualification conferred as part of the General Certificate of Education, as well as a school leaving qualification offered by the educational bodies in the United Kingdom and the educational authorities of British Crown dependencies to students completing secondary or pre-university education. They were introduced in England and Wales in 1951 to replace the Higher School Certificate. A number of Commonwealth countries have developed qualifications with the same name as and a similar format to the British A Levels. Obtaining an A Level, or equivalent qualifications, is generally required across the board for university entrance, with universities granting offers based on grades achieved. Particularly in Singapore, its A level examinations have been regarded as being much more challenging than the United Kingdom, with most universities offering lower entry qualifications with regard to grades achieved on a Singaporean A level certificate.A Levels are typically worked towards over two years. Normally, students take three or four A Level courses in their first year of sixth form, and most taking four cut back to three in their second year. This is because university offers are normally based on three A Level grades, and taking a fourth can have an impact on grades. Unlike other level-3 qualifications, such as the International Baccalaureate, A Levels have no specific subject requirements, so students have the opportunity to combine any subjects they wish to take. However, students normally pick their courses based on the degree they wish to pursue at university: most degrees require specific A Levels for entry.In legacy modular courses (last assessment Summer 2019), A Levels are split into two parts, with students within their first year of study pursuing an Advanced Subsidiary qualification, commonly referred to as an AS or AS Level, which can either serve as an independent qualification or contribute 40% of the marks towards a full A Level award. The second part is known as an A2 or A2 Level, which is generally more in-depth and academically rigorous than the AS. The AS and A2 marks are combined for a full A Level award. The A2 Level is not a qualification on its own, and must be accompanied with an AS Level in the same subject for certification.


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