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    A level and as level law

    There's a law book I have here, the name written on the face is 'A level and as level law,' I really couldn't even guess what it means but my friend who studies law asked me. Could you help us if you know it?
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    Re: A level and as level law

    'as' should be capitalised. It means 'Advanced Subsidiary'. Click here.

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    Re: A level and as level law

    Yes, the exact title in my version is: A level And As Level Law. Is it correct not to capitalize 's' in 'As'?
    Last edited by atabitaraf; 05-Aug-2015 at 20:48.

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    Re: A level and as level law

    If it's referring to the UK exam linked to above, AS should be capitalised.

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