Cambridge International AS and A Levels have widespread international recognition as educational qualifications. This recognition is because:
University courses for which there is not strong demand might accept students with grades between A*-E, but typical UK university entrance requirements are three passes at Advanced Level for academic courses in established universities. Student should check the university's website for specific entry requirements before applying. Minimum matriculation requirements are at least two pass grades. Very popular courses will often require higher grades. For example, medical schools in the UK often require grades of AAA and the highly selective universities of Cambridge and Oxford ask for at least A*AA.
Cambridge International A Levels are taken throughout the world, sometimes as the national examinations of certain Commonwealth countries (such as Singapore and Mauritius), sometimes within international schools and sometimes in bilingual government schools alongside the national exams.
Leading universities from the USA comment on Cambridge International AS and
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