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Study Guides

A-LEVEL - A-level Mathematics - A-level Physics - GCSE - GCSE Science - INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE - International Baccalaureate 50% developed - IB Biology - IB Economics - IB European History - IB European History - IB Geography - IB Music - NCEA - NCEA Level 1 Science - PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS - Microsoft Certified Professional Developer - .NET Development Foundation - Network plus exam cram - General Securities Representative Exam - US COLLEGE ADMISSIONS - ACT 50% developed  as of August 29, 2005 (August 29, 2005) - SAT Study Guide 25% developed - GRE 0% developed  as of August 10, 2005 (August 10, 2005) - LSAT Prep Guide 50% developed - OTHER - How To Become A Good Student 75% developed  as of Jan 22, 2006 (Jan 22, 2006) - USMLE Step One Review

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A-level

A-level

ART/DESIGN - MATHS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTING - Biology - Chemistry - Computing - Mathematics - Physics - HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE - Economics - Geography - LANGUAGES - English Language and Literature - MEDIA - GENERAL - General Studies

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Advanced Placement

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GCSE

For 14-16 year old pupils

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HSC

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Information technology

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International Baccalaureate

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NCEA

NCEA is the national examinations sat by Year 11-13 students in New Zealand.

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Other

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Professional Certifications

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US College and Graduate Admissions

VCE (Victorian Certificate of Education)

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