Can I take different A Levels with different awarding bodies?

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fjoaq
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I'm not from the UK but I plan to move and study there. I want a Classics and Modern Languages degree so I thought doing Latin, French and Classical Studies for my A Levels but they aren't all offered by the same body. For example, Cambridge International offers Latin and Classical Studies but not French, while OCR offers French but not Latin.
Can I do Latin and Classical Studies with CIE and then French with OCR? Or is that impossible? Lol
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Nope should be okay, most a-levels are from different boards
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completely fine, I did Edexcel for maths and further maths, OCR for history and AQA for physics
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Cambridge International is not an awarding body much used in the UK - the clue is in the name (and OCR is its UK equivalent). Very, very few schools (and no state schools) offer its exams. The English exam boards are AQA, Pearson Edexcel and OCR. The majority of people take A levels with more than one exam board and that is absolutely fine.
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