The qualification is also offered in Scotland as an alternative school-leaving qualification, and, with varying content and style, throughout the Commonwealth and on most Caribbean islands.
A-levels require studying an offered A-level subject over a two-year period and sitting for an examination at the end of each year, proctored by an official assessment body. Most students study three or four A-level subjects simultaneously during Year 12 and Year 13, either in a secondary education institution or in a Sixth Form College, as part of their further education.
A-levels are recognised by many universities as the standard for assessing the suitability of applicants for admission in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, and many such universities base their conditional admissions offers on a student's predicted A-level grades.
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