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    Hi,
    I'm a student from the Hong Kong and I am going to year 13 by this September.

    I'm currently studying Hong Kong A-level examinations(HKALE) Pure Maths at AL(this is to distinguish from AS-level).

    However, due to the tight grade scaling policies for HKALE, I'm feeling worried about my final score in taking Pure Maths so I've decided to take the GCE AL Further maths in order to "backup" my result list in case my HKALE score is not too optimistic.

    I am planning to take GCE AL Further maths in June 2010, in respect of university recognition and level of difficulty etc, may I ask for some facts and opinions about the differences between Cambridge and London board?

    Thanks!!
 
 
 
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