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  • jesscworc

    Hi all,

    Could someone please tell me if a Scottish Certificate of Education is valid as exemption for maths and English functional skills?

    Thanks in advance!


    Martin West

    The Scottish Ordinary Grade (commonly known as the “O-Grade”) of the Scottish Certificate of Education is a now-discontinued qualification which was studied for as part of the Scottish secondary education system. It could be considered broadly equivalent to the old English O-Level qualification and is the predecessor to the Standard Grade qualification.

    Although not specifically included on the Acceptable current and prior equivalent qualifications list by name it could be included under ‘Scottish Ordinary Grade’ on the list where the grade is C or above, I think this is one that should be referred to the EPA organisation for confirmation that it is acceptable.

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