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What are the differences between "Any option-code" and "syllabus code" for A -levels?
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What are the differences between "Any option-code" and "syllabus code" for A -levels?
The syllabus identifies the subject i.e English and the overall content.

The option code identifies any variation in components within the syllabus i.e if you have chosen to study different books for English or periods for History.

A subject may have no options for variation and will thus have no option codes.

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The syllabus identifies the subject i.e English and the overall content.

The option code identifies any variation in components within the syllabus i.e if you have chosen to study different books for English or periods for History.

A subject may have no options for variation and will thus have no option codes.

https://help.cambridgeinternational....d-to-use-them-
I can't seem to find them for maths can you please help...


what is the syllabus/ cash in codes for C2/C3/C4/S1/M1?????? ( this is for retaking this years exams not new spec)

URGENT!! thanks
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I can't seem to find them for maths can you please help...


what is the syllabus/ cash in codes for C2/C3/C4/S1/M1?????? ( this is for retaking this years exams not new spec)

URGENT!! thanks
You should really contact CIE.


https://help.cambridgeinternational...._form_id=53542

44 1223 553554
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