What Is The Difference Between Edexcel and Cambridge A Levels
The key difference between Edexcel and Cambridge A Levels is that Edexcel only has one set of question papers, which means both difficult and easy questions are in one paper except in mathematics, whereas Cambridge A Levels is a tiered examination system that has both foundation and higher levels.
Both Edexcel and Cambridge A Levels are highly accepted international qualifications. The guidelines for these examinations are provided by Joint Committee for Qualifications. They provide opportunities for local and international students to pursue their higher education by entering higher education institutes or universities. Cambridge A Levels is offered by Cambridge International Examinations, and Edexcel is offered by a subsidiary of the Pearson Publishing Company.
Both these generally have the same difficulty level, but people have different opinions on their subject-wise difficulty. For example, Cambridge A Levels is considered easier in English yet harder in Maths.