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O level

formerly, in Britain
1. 
a. the basic level of the General Certificate of Education, now replaced by GCSE
b. (as modifier): O level maths
2. a pass in a particular subject at O level
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Brandon Michaelis, O-level Reform Champion for Commander, Naval Air Forces (CNAF).
the better of the awarded grade and the re-examination grade, and this will be recorded as the final grade in their GCE O-Level result slip and certificate.
In 2011, Akbar's sister had set the world record when she passed O-level Chemistry at the age of nine, setting a new record in Pakistan.
Zeus's principal and teachers allegedly hatched an elaborated scheme to help six Chinese nationals cheat in their 2016 GCE O-Level examinations.
And just as the UAS has transformed the battlefield, multiple-platform, advanced test sets are transforming O-Level and I-Level test for UASs.
He hopes, with our help, to add a new dimension to his 32-year-old O-level photography project.
He is perhaps the only child in the world to have passed all the science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics) of O-levels at this age.
Islamabad, Jan 26 ( ANI ): A nine-year-old Pakistani student has made a new world record by passing the O-Level examination of the University of Cambridge.
Mr Hall also says that employers would hire people with the more respected O-level qualifications.
Under plans leaked last week, GCSEs would be scrapped with pupils sitting "explicitly harder" O-level style exams in academic subjects from 2014, with exams for the first time in 2016.
"I have an O-level in Spanish - no, really - but will be calling my race in English."
The three children were O-Level students of Washington Grammar School in Karachi, Hassan added.