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    I think my GCSEs were over two weeks but do you have less exams for a levels? So would the exams take place over about 1 week?

    I'm hoping so because I can only book one week off from work!

    Depends on what subjects you do, for example further maths and physics this year were later in comparison to many of the other subjects.
    For me personally my first A2 exam was the 14th of June and my last exam was on the 23rd of June although my exams were closer together than many people I know.

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    Depends on the subjects. My exams lasted about 10 days ish whereas some of my friends lasted for about 4 weeks. You'll just have to wait and see your timetable for next year. I wouldn't worry about it too much yet. In some ways I wish that my exams were more spread out as it would have given me more time between each exam to concentrate on the next exam
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