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    (Original post by theBOON)
    Well I hope AQA mathematics isn't too much less given less prestige because the only board offer Further Maths in British Standards is AQA in Malta I wouldn't like to look as having inferior grades .

    From the input I got AQA gives easier questions in that it's easier to comprehend what they are asking the student to do. In doing so the questions are worked in less time and overall they are easier to workout.
    I noticed in Jan '10 that most of the questions on the AQA C3 paper were 2 or 3 marks long and led on from each other, so there are fewer steps per question and thus less thinking required to get each answer. So in that respect it's easier.

    Lol, I'm on the hardest exam board it would seem from this thread (MEI).

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