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    Which is considered to be more difficult? Also has C3 & C4 been removed from the IAL timetable. I checked for 2014 past papers for IAL and found both C34 and (C3 & C4 ) IAL past papers. I checked for 2015 but there were only C34 IAL papers. Have the C3 & C4 papers been removed?
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    Which is considered to be more difficult? Also has C3 & C4 been removed from the IAL timetable. I checked for 2014 past papers for IAL and found both C34 and (C3 & C4 ) IAL past papers. I checked for 2015 but there were only C34 IAL papers. Have the C3 & C4 papers been removed?
    I'm not sure, but I think Zacken would know - he is very knowledgable about Maths in general and international exams.
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    Which is considered to be more difficult? Also has C3 & C4 been removed from the IAL timetable. I checked for 2014 past papers for IAL and found both C34 and (C3 & C4 ) IAL past papers. I checked for 2015 but there were only C34 IAL papers. Have the C3 & C4 papers been removed?
    Neither is more difficult than the other... however, having said that - people tend to think that the international versions can sometimes be a smidge harder, but bleh, it's all negligible.

    There was never C3&4 available for the IAL timetable, it was only available in 2014 because that was when IAL was first introduced (as the successor of the (R) - (Regional) papers) and hence they had to offer C3/4 in that year due to candidates who were finishing their C3/4 syllabus/exams in the R papers; after that phasing out of the R papers was done, there is now only C34 for IAL.
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    I'm not sure, but I think Zacken would know - he is very knowledgable about Maths in general and international exams.
    Thank you for the tag.
 
 
 
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