Difference between AQA and Edexcel Politics A Level?

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I am hoping to sit a politics test for a qualification at the end of this upcoming year and I am wondering how similar the AQA and Edexcel Politics courses are. I have been studying AQA politics, but am only able to take the Edexcel test. Will it be a big shift or are the courses similar? Thanks for reading and best wishes in 2020!
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(Original post by anton_ellis)
I am hoping to sit a politics test for a qualification at the end of this upcoming year and I am wondering how similar the AQA and Edexcel Politics courses are. I have been studying AQA politics, but am only able to take the Edexcel test. Will it be a big shift or are the courses similar? Thanks for reading and best wishes in 2020!
Have you checked what the Edexcel specification from their website is and compared to AQA?
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What's the reason why you can only take the Edexcel exams? (and can you just confirm these are the UK specs, so not Edexcel IAL)?
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What's the reason why you can only take the Edexcel exams? (and can you just confirm these are the UK specs, so not Edexcel IAL)?
It is Edexcel IAL. I'm hoping to leave for a year in japan this march but still sit a levels.
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