A level

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the advanced level of a subject taken in school (usually two years after O level)

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The change means AS-levels would no longer contribute to overall A-level (A2) grades and universities like Cambridge would have no formal way of gauging pupil performance in Year 12.
Of their 1,145 A-level entries more than half achieved grades of A* to B, while 22 students achieved straight As and A*s in their chosen subjects - while the college's total overall A-level pass rate rose from 97% to 99%.
The college was the top school/college in the Birmingham area for valueadded at A-level in 2010 and also received an excellent Ofsted Report in May 2010, with some aspects, such as student behaviour, described as "outstanding".
This enhances the boys' A-level studies and university applications and helps them prepare for further independent study.
Croxteth's St John Bosco Arts College was today among Merseyside schools toasting its best ever set of A-level results - while the national pass rate went up for the 29th year in a row.
He said he wanted fewer modules and more exams at the end of two-year A-level courses to "revive the art of deep thought".
The GCSE and A-level school performance tables give a snapshot of the grades achieved by school pupils in Coventry and Warwickshire last summer.
Staff at Calderdale and Kirklees Careers are gearing up to offer advice on options for A-level students who fail to get the grades they need for university or college.
After last summer's exams, secondary schools in Wales, England and Northern Ireland, submitted 85,981 GCSE grades and 55,786 A-level grades to be re-marked.
Abbey College, which focuses on students entering the medical, legal, and business professions, reported a "signiAcant improvement" in this year's A-level results.
Candidates usually sit three of the maths A-level modules when they are in Year 12 and the other three in Year 13.
He sat his first A-level, in geography, in 1973, and has just achieved a B in social policy.
MORE than 75 pupils will be recognised for their outstanding A-level achievements in last summer's exams.
STUDENTS across Wales were celebrating yesterday as official figures showed a marked improvement in the percentage of Welsh pupils being awarded top grades at A-level.
PARK Hall Academy staff, parents, carers and governors would like to congratulate all our students on their fantastic A-level and BTEC results.