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Methods (UK)5,368
Pre-Calculus (US)1,451
Universal (all site questions)10,160

10,160 pages

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3
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A
62
B
1,074
C
1,218
D
502
E
343
F
290
G
112
H
777
I
224
K
140
L
561
M
543
N
10
O
826
P
89
Q
8
R
1,253
S
478
T
61
U
303
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Universal (all site questions)


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Assessment Content

O-tests (Online Tests) arranged in levels as follows:
Module87654321Total
30006340114
A01410183564358184
B000023005
C1811182962200149
D74263340491917195
E133129132245
F80391096550
G42225165238
H0123023112
I1872027156185
K00149126032
L000102104
M01412823227187
N054718197767
O000001001
P1414242517493423200
Q1401247221
S88122555544126229
T0581625232180
U12323130226
V0231210116044
W001114007
Totals4694132223323451207991575

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