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ive tried asking alot of people but they confuse me so much. pls help me out : (
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Hey,

While I have never taken Cambridge AICE myself, I have a few friends who've done it. Basically it is a system where you choose your AS and A-Level courses that you want to do based on the type of subject. So you'd select for example 1 natural science, 1 humanities, 1 social science, etc. It is basically a balanced way of taking A-Levels.

Many universities know about AICE so if you want to take a broad range of subjects then go for it!
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(Original post by T4iger)
Hey,

While I have never taken Cambridge AICE myself, I have a few friends who've done it. Basically it is a system where you choose your AS and A-Level courses that you want to do based on the type of subject. So you'd select for example 1 natural science, 1 humanities, 1 social science, etc. It is basically a balanced way of taking A-Levels.

Many universities know about AICE so if you want to take a broad range of subjects then go for it!
hey thank u so much for your response. do u know if its also done in 2 years just like normal alevels?
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Hey there,Sorry for the late response. Yes I think they’re the same duration as standard a levels. AS being a 1 year course and A Levels being 2 years.
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