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    Is it possible to take AEA Exam at the end of my first year? And if it is, how do I register and how much do I need to pay?
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    Sure, it's just like taking an A Level, in your first year. If you school offers AEA, inform them that you want to take it early, and they may ask you to pay a fee or maybe not. They should handle it from there. If your school doesn't offer AEA, you have to find a school that does and tell them that you want to sit AEA with them and you will probably have to pay a fee to them. It shouldn't be too expensive, probably around MAXIMUM 20 pounds, just for the exam administration.
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    There are no age restrictions on AEA so you could take it at 5 if you can find a centre to enter you and are prepared to pay- although it would make more sense to take it in Year 13. The entry deadline is 21 February and the exam board entry fee is £46.40 http://qualifications.pearson.com/co...es-2016-17.pdf (not sure where BobBobson got his MAX of £20 from) plus you may have to pay admin and invigilation fees if you take it as an external candidate - anything under £100 would be a bargain but it might be much more. Talk you your Exam Office/Maths department.
 
 
 
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