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I have given my As exams in 2015 , and will be giving my A2 In 2016 so should I follow 2016 syllabus for A2 or 2015 syllabus

Yours faithfully, Hiba shahid

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Hiba Shahid

18 Jan, 11:23

Dear University of Cambridge,

I have given my As exams in 2015 , and will be giving my A2 In 2016
so should I follow 2016 syllabus for A2 or 2015 syllabus

Yours faithfully, Hiba shahid

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