Off topic: ALTE & European Council level vs. GCE 'A' level
Thread poster: Sonja Tomaskovic (X)

Sonja Tomaskovic (X)  Identity Verified
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Jul 17, 2007

Hello,

I am currently considering to take part in a language course that is primarily targeted at British citizens. The entrance requirements are "at least a Grade C in the GCE 'A' level exam".

I was now wondering if somebody would be so kind to help me translate this into the ALTE or European Council level to better understand whether this course is actually for me or not.

I have already tried to search Google but found very different explanations. I understand that it might be difficult to actually compare these two (or three) different classifications, but maybe some of you are actively teaching language and have a better understanding of these systems.

Thanks,

Sonja


 

Nadine Kahn  Identity Verified
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Bump Jul 23, 2007

Perhaps a native speaker can help with it.

 


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