(In the UK except Scotland) an examination or pass at advanced subsidiary level, representing the first component of an A level qualification: [as modifier]: two AS level passes
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- I am willing to concede that year in year out girls wipe the floor with boys in all public examinations - GCSE, AS levels, A-levels and so on.
- A levels, AS levels and GCSE's are all well underway and good luck to all those sitting these important exams this summer.
- A keen cross-country runner, the Fulford School pupil, who has just completed her AS levels, also plays tennis, squash and hockey.
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