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What do the units mean

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What do the units mean

1,2,4&5?
There used to be 6 units in the A level. 1,2 and 3 covered the Year 12 (AS) work with Unit 3 being coursework/practical. Units 4, 5 and 6 were taken at the end of the course, Unit 6 was coursework/practical again and I think Unit 5 was probably synoptic, i.e. it drew together the whole A level content.

I'm fairly sure that Units 1 and 4 were worth 15% each of the A level, Units 2 and 5 were each worth 25% and Units 3 and 6 were worth 10%.
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