I have registered myself privately for sociology alevel exam in may june session 2018 and will be giving both the As and Al level papers and i came across this passage on the British council website and i was hoping someone could explain exactly what it means in regard to my subject for example.?
This was the passage:
If a candidate receives a Cambridge International AS Level result but was entered for a Cambridge International A-Level examination, it shows that the candidate reached the standard required for the AS papers, but not in the A-Level as a whole. Cambridge awards the candidate the result that they would have achieved if they had been entered for the Cambridge International AS-Level.
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- Thread Starter
- 06-02-2018 08:21
- 06-02-2018 08:24
It means that if you pass the AS paper but fail the A level paper they'll still award you the AS qualification