General Certificate of Education (GCE) A-Level exams are the international UK equivalents of our local Intermediate board exams. They are held by both the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) and the Pearson Edexcel boards and administered in Pakistan through the British Council. The A-Level exams are widely preferred by almost all universities abroad and many universities in Pakistan for admission to undergraduate, liberal arts, or vocational programs (provided that the applicant has completed O-Level as well). Study for the A-Level exams usually spans through grades 12 to 13.
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Comparison between Intermediate and A-Level
Just like Intermediate, A-Level education usually spans two years in most popular schools. Whereas both are supposed to be grades 12 to 13, A-Level education is preferred far more because of its rigorous education and concept-based learning. In fact, A-Level education is even preferred to American High school. Below is a table which outlines all the major differences between Intermediate and A-Level.