A-level (ˈeɪˌlɛv əl)
- of or relating to A levels ⇒
Example Sentences Including 'A-level'
Moments before the start of his A-level exam, she called Harry into her room.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
Now, most A-level students start with a modular science background.
Prime Minister Tony Blair emphasized that GCSE and A-level exams would not be abolished if the proposals are implemented.
She had a party of A-level pupils with her, the cream of the bunch, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, making notes as to the manner born.
NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A Collection of Short Stories
She was setting examination papers in A-level European history: she had lean academic fingers.
On My Way to the Club
Students are opting for the easier exam, which counts as half an A-level , and are naturally concentrating on fewer A-level subjects.
Belfast Telegraph (2002)
You can now retake any of the units within your A-level subject.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
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