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Advanced Higher

(in Scotland) n
1. (Education)
a. the highest level of qualification offered within the school system, replacing the former Certificate of Sixth Year Studies
b. (as modifier): Advanced Higher Maths.
2. (Education) a pass in a particular subject at Advanced Higher level
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