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A-level/GCSE reform vs international students watch

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    Greetings everyone,

    so I've come across all sorts of information about the reform in A-level/GCSE, including things like universities will be looking at GCSE grades; AS grades will be somewhat (if not completely) useless (according to gov.uk the new A-levels can no longer be upgraded from AS-level grades). While I've been trying to find out something like an official statement from gov.uk, I really cannot get a more comprehensive picture right now, especially for international students taking international A-levels/GCSEs(chiefly CIE, and it's as if they are unaffected by the reform, as far as I've seen now). May I ask if anyone could share with me some related clues, something like a news link would do nicely.

    Thank you very much.
“Yanny” or “Laurel”
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