is it easier to get an A* in english (ESL) edexcel or cambridge?

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  • is it easier to get an A* in english (ESL) edexcel or cambridge?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 08:47
Neither. They are all the same. Some papers are just suited to different people, and different types of learners. All exam boards in the UK undergo testing to make sure they are all levelled-out, and its not easier to get a higher mark in one than in the others. I had my GCSEs with Edexcel, OCR, AQA and WJEC, none were any easier than the rest. I now do A Level with Edexcel, OCR and I think AQA, and again, none are easier than the rest. Although I like Edexcel the most because their books are clear and interesting. Just work really hard, and whatever grade you get, you'll deserve :) Good luck.
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