Urgent little provision of information on British International A level exams and Syllabi

Muneeb Hassan made this access to documents request to Education, Youth, Sport and Culture

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Dear Education, Youth, Sport and Culture,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

I hope that you find my message on your best day ! I would really appreciate if I am given some insight on the British International A level exams!

I would love to know if, a student, after studying privately or by online classes gives the British International A level exams through a state approved board is considered to have completed the High school studies or not and if he/she needs some type of Hague apostille to be able to apply to British and international universities. Moreover, are British International A level result certificates eligible for the Hague apostille ?

Lastly, what are the consequences of some state university rejecting A British A level ceriticate with Hague apostille!

I would appreciate if the response is given as in pdf!

Any supporting document?

Yours faithfully,

Muneeb Hassan