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GCEGCE /ˌdʒiː siː ˈiː◂/ noun [countable, uncountable]  SES (General Certificate of Education) an examination in a range of subjects, formerly done by students in schools in England and Wales at O level and A level. In 1988, GCE O levels were replaced by GCSEs two GCE A level passes
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GCEAt GCE Advanced Level, no more than one subject should be repeated to improve aggregate performance over two sittings.We felt already, then, that there was a need for an updated edition of GCE.Then, in 1985, followed yet another grammar book - much larger even than GCE.
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