Some subjects I've seen have two versions, A and B. For example, Economics A and Economics B. What's the difference?
What is the difference between Edexcel A and Edexcel B subjects? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 29-01-2017 10:24
- 29-01-2017 17:11
It means there's two different sylabuses for the subject. It depends on subject to subject. For example, sometimes it means that one's is more applied, while one is more theoretical. Or it could mean one is more context-based learning or one is less context-based.