GCE AS/A English Language and Literature (from 2015)
We have developed a reformed GCE AS/A level English Language and Literature qualification, approved by Qualifications Wales, for teaching from 2015. This qualification meets regulatory requirements in Wales.
In order to support candidates in this summer's AS and A level English Language and Literature examinations, the rubrics for the papers have been amended slightly. This is in order to clarify which assessment objectives are being examined for each section and to give clearer guidance for candidates.
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Related QualificationsGCE English Language (from 2015) - GCE English Literature (from 2015) - All English Qualifications
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