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    I was talking to a govpol teacher and she said that they still do, and so did my friend for history. I thought the A* was introduced to replace the AEA which are now abolished.
    I am doing all sciences and i think there are no more AEAs, could someone clear this one out for me?
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    Only in maths. I can't find the link to confirm it, but I can safely say it only exists in maths, unless someone can prove me wrong.
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    Only in maths. I can't find the link to confirm it, but I can safely say it only exists in maths, unless someone can prove me wrong.
    Really? Thats something to look out for then. Thanks for the heads up, will ask my maths teacher in sept
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    I'm 90% sure they're still happening for maths students as they only recently shuffled the syllabus and it'd be too soon to change it all again to set up an A+.

    http://www.edexcel.com/notices/Pages/aea-extend.aspx
 
 
 
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