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A2

noun [C]     /ˌeɪˈtuː/ ( plural A2s)
a public examination taken in England and Wales by children aged 17 or 18. Students take AS level examinations then A2s, usually a year later, which together make a full A level qualification. A2 考試(在英格蘭和威爾士17、18歲學生參加的公共考試。學生通常在參加 AS 等級考試一年後參加此考試。兩種考試成績構成完整的 A 等級資格。) →  See also A level , AS level Exams, tests and exercisesSchool and vocational qualifications
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