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I was just wondering if there is a limit to the number of AEAs you can do in one sitting? I know they are quite long exams and I've heard from someone that you can only do two in a year? Could I (potentially) do one in all subjects I will be taking at A2?

Thanks in advance
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I was just wondering if there is a limit to the number of AEAs you can do in one sitting? I know they are quite long exams and I've heard from someone that you can only do two in a year? Could I (potentially) do one in all subjects I will be taking at A2?

Thanks in advance
Hey sorry if this is too late. I think there is a limit, because all AEAs (as far as I am aware) are 3 hours each. So you can do a maximum of 2 AEAs in a day, if that makes any sense.
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ok thanks that's really helpful!
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