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Can anybody tell me what are the conditions for achieving Edexcel Award in International A levels ? Minimun required subjects, maximum number of years of completion / sittings , all those conditions in details please .
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What do you mean exactly by 'Edexcel award'? It's not something that makes sense to people in the UK but I may not understand enough about International A levels.

Each A level is a qualification in its own right. You can study as many or as few as you want, although the standard requirement for a UK university would be to complete 3, generally taking 2 years to do this. In England, all the exams are taken in May/June at the end of the course but it is different for International A levels.
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What do you mean exactly by 'Edexcel award'? It's not something that makes sense to people in the UK but I may not understand enough about International A levels.

Each A level is a qualification in its own right. You can study as many or as few as you want, although the standard requirement for a UK university would be to complete 3, generally taking 2 years to do this. In England, all the exams are taken in May/June at the end of the course but it is different for International A levels.
In my country ( Bangladesh) ,students get Edexcel High Achievers Award for taking a minimum number of subjects in Int. GCSE and A levels and achieving certain grades within a given period of time / number of exam sittings .
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In my country ( Bangladesh) ,students get Edexcel High Achievers Award for taking a minimum number of subjects in Int. GCSE and A levels and achieving certain grades within a given period of time / number of exam sittings .
Ok. Nothing like that exists for people taking Edexcel A levels in the UK so I'm afraid I can't help.
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