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(in the UK except Scotland) an examination or pass at A2 level, representing the second component of an A-level qualification.
- ‘Of those 100 students interviewed, those studying for AS / A2 levels had attained the highest GCSE / GNVQ results.’
- ‘From experience students require a grade A in mathematics at A2 level to be able to cope with the mathematical content of the physics courses abroad.’
- ‘What topics are studied at AS and A2 level?’
- ‘Students sit AS exams at the end of the lower sixth and choose three or four subjects to study in the upper sixth at A2 level.’
- ‘Nelson and Colne College offer theatre studies to A2 level.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.