AQA


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AQAAssessment and Qualifications Alliance (UK)
AQAAssessment and Qualifications Alliance
AQAAny Question Answered
AQAAmerican Quality Assessors (India Pvt Ltd)
AQAAsociación Química Argentina (Spanish: Argentine Chemical Society)
AQAAustralian Quadriplegic Association
AQAAssociation Québécoise de l'Aérospatiale (French: Quebec Aerospace Association)
AQAArizona Quality Alliance
AQAAquacell Technologies (stock symbol)
AQAAir Quality Analysis (Ozone Transport Assessment Group workgroup)
AQAAttestation de Qualification et d'Aptitude
AQAAlliance of Queens Artists
AQAAll Questions Answered
AQAAll Qualified Applicants (higher education; Ireland)
AQAAmerican Quack Association
AQAAquatic Quality Assurance (Carlsbad, CA)
AQAAberdeen Quality Associates Ltd
AQAAir Quality Act of 1967
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Qatar Airways group chief executive Akbar al-Baker has said the "important partnership" with AQA Holding, the new parent company of Meridiana airline, will help increase Meridiana's competitiveness in the European market.
Claire Thompson, of AQA, said: "We should have told the school about their missing scripts earlier, and we're sorry.
Around three-quarters of GCSEs here are taken through the NI Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment, with the remainder through exam boards including the OCR and AQA.
AQA solutions automate the process, reducing the administrative burden to give supervisors the time they need to coach, and encourage, their employees.
On 28 July 2016, the boards of AQA Education and DRS Data and Research Services plc announced that they had reached agreement on the terms of a recommended cash offer pursuant to which AQA would acquire the entire issued and to be issued share capital of DRS.
As at 18 August 2016, being the first closing date of the offer, AQA had received valid acceptances of the offer in respect of 28,915,959 DRS Shares, representing approximately 88.
We have launched here because many countries in the Middle East are looking to develop strong knowledge-based economies with education being a key driver of economic growth, sustainability and innovation - particularly in Maths, Science and English," Oxford International AQA Examinations managing director Christine Ozden told Khaleej Times.
Programme organiser and technology teacher Paul Nuttall said: "The students are doing really well in Tool Kit for Life, most have achieved three AQA units already and are working towards their next one.
AQA is made up of dozens of health care groups from across the country, particularly medical specialty societies coming together to try to reach consensus on quality measurements.
AQA supports single click parallel test execution on emulators and remote devices and comes with pre-integrated test banks for System validation and Application testing of Android devices, enabling shorter QA cycle.
AQA said some schools had received the correct paper, while others received the "problem" paper, which had new questions at the beginning and end, but old ones in the middle.
Students sitting the AQA geography exam on May 24 were given the wrong information in a question which asked them to label the fastest part of the river.