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English Language (Specification B)

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Edexcel IGCSE in English Language (Specification B) (4EB0)
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Key features and benefits of the qualification
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It’s based on the legacy Edexcel GCE O Level in English Language (7161). It’s for all students for whom English is their language of education and/or employment. Intended for speakers of English as a first language and speakers of English as an additional language. Single assessment: 100% examination. Assessment opportunity in both January and June examination series. Provides progression to AS and Advanced GCE in English Language, or equivalent qualifications.

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