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How will the A Level curriculum prepare my child for university?

The A Level (Advanced Level) is the qualification taken by 18-year-old students in the UK and the most common qualification in international schools worldwide. It is also the most popular international curriculum in China (the number of pupils in China studying A Levels greatly exceeds those studying IB and other international curricula). Pupils typically study A Levels in three subjects. Some pupils may be tempted to study four or more subjects; however, it is worth bearing in mind that almost all universities will give offers based on three subjects, where the quality of the grades is given far more importance than the quantity of subjects taken. This allows pupils to specialise and study subjects deeply and genuinely prepare for the transition to university.

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