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AQA GCSE Sciences: FULLY ACCREDITED

Discussion in 'Science' started by AQA_GCSE_Sciences, Feb 24, 2011.

  1. We're pleased to announce full accreditation for ALL our GCSE Science specifications.
    Visit The Science Lab to view our accredited specifications and find out why now is the perfect time to choose AQA.
    We're providing more support than ever before for the new GCSE Sciences, so sign up to teach with us to ensure you receive our full range of FREE support and resources.
     
  2. We're pleased to announce full accreditation for ALL our GCSE Science specifications.
    Visit The Science Lab to view our accredited specifications and find out why now is the perfect time to choose AQA.
    We're providing more support than ever before for the new GCSE Sciences, so sign up to teach with us to ensure you receive our full range of FREE support and resources.
     
  3. Congratulations!
     

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