A Level Economics
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Master of Arts in Economics
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Know more about the curriculum
Sixth form students at some international schools in Hong Kong, as well as all UK boarding schools, are required to take 3-4 subjects related to their intended field of study at university.
The two-year GCE A Level Economics course is taught over Years 12 & 13, and — with the change to the GCE curriculum in 2017— students now sit for their exams at the end of Year 13.
The GCE A Level mathematics exams can be taken under various exam boards, such as Pearson Edexcel, Cambridge International, AQA and OCR
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This set of exams is crucial as GCE predicted grades determine the university offers students will receive and the exam grades determine whether or not the students meet the offers from universities.