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Anonymous:If someone attends the "Lower Sixth" at an English grammar school, when will s/he have his/her A-levels? As far as I know, the term "Lower Sixth" refers to students in year 11, the term "Upper Sixth" to students in year 12, i.e. the year they take their A-levels. Could anyone verify this please? Thank you!
In those schools that still use the older terms, Year 12 is called the Lower Sixth and Year 13 the Upper Sixth; that's the year in which students take their A levels.
Anonymous:Thank you very much, fivejedjon!
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