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Old 03-31-2010, 01:56 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Adrir View Post
An A Level (Advanced Level General Certificate of Education) is a pre-university qualification. They are usually taken from the age of 16 at secondary school or college (not be confused with colleges in the USA). ...
I'm not very familiar with the US Education System so so it is hard to draw a parallel; but, Wikipedia asserts that the closest equivilent in the US are Advanced Placements (AP). To my knowledge, this makes them roughly equivilent to freshman classes at American universities. They are, however, potentially more in-depth given the duration of the programme.
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