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    Guys, I am trying to register for A-level right now and I just found out that there are many specifications of a-level (OCR, AQA, AEA, ECCR and so on). What are the differences? Honestly speaking, I totally screwed up with the deadlines and need help ASAP! Any answer will help!!!1
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    (Original post by antihype3000)
    Guys, I am trying to register for A-level right now and I just found out that there are many specifications of a-level (OCR, AQA, AEA, ECCR and so on). What are the differences? Honestly speaking, I totally screwed up with the deadlines and need help ASAP! Any answer will help!!!1
    AQA, OCR and Pearson/Edexcel all offer A levels in England, WJEC operate in Wales but offer some subjects in England under the Eduquas brand. CCEA operate in Northern Ireland. Each has at least one specification for every popular subject. The differences between them vary by subject. You will find the specifications on the examiner web sites. CIE and Pearson/Edexcel also offer different A level specifications internationally.
 
 
 

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