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 phenomenal Cambridge Assessment International Examination Result 2018 for both IGSCE, AS and A Level has impressed the parents of the shining stars themselves.
Internews /Islamabad A Pakistani student, Haroon Tariq, has broken the current world record by securing a total of 47 'A's in his International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) O Level and A Level exams from the University of Cambridge International Examinations.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistani Students have bagged a plethora of A's and A+ at the Edexcel and CIE IGCSE and A Level exams June 2013session.
The City of San Jose is ostensibly trying to make the argument that the A's would make (the complaint seeks action for violation of California's Unfair Competition Law, Tortious Interference with Contractual Advantage, and Tortious Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage, and for violation of the federal Sherman Act, and violation of California's Cartwright Act, adding, "Plaintiffs have suffered and continue to suffer damages and antitrust injury in the millions of dollars due to Defendants' unreasonable restraint of trade."), but it's difficult to say that the city is being damaged to a level of extent that might allow antitrust exemption for baseball to be overturned.
AL NOOR International School held its IGCSE, AS and A Level graduation ceremony at the Gulf Convention Centre, Gulf Hotel.
This contract was a level premium 15-year term contract without CSV.
The event commemorated the students' outstanding performance in the May-June IGCSE and A Level 2008 Cambridge Examination and the award by the British Council of three top performance achievements.