A-level Standards in Maths and Physics

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pianolife

New Member
Italian
Hi everybody.
I'm sorry if I'm posting this thread in a wrong section.

I'm an Italian student, and I must attend an interview for a University in the UK. Prerequisites are "A good A-Level Standards in Maths and Physics".
Could anybody help me to understand what "A-Level" means?
I've found some examples on http://www.revisionworld.co.uk and I'd like to know if any of you could suggest me how to prepare.

Please forgive me if my thread is posted here.

Thanks in advance.
All the best
 
  • Hermione Golightly

    Senior Member
    British English
    A -Levels are the English equivalent of the exams taken at about 18. You would need to find out what level of your country's school leaving exams is acceptable but you need to find out about university admissions procedures in the UK which are probably very different from your own and requirements for EEC students.

    All the best

    Hermione
     

    pianolife

    New Member
    Italian
    Thanks, Hermione. I got what in Italy we call "Maturità", a kind of High school degree, and I graduated at University of Milan, it should be enough. (At least I hope so.) :)

    Thanks!!!
     
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