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The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) is the national Scottish body responsible for accrediting educational awards. The SQA has a responsibility to provide public examinations for Scottish state schools and will deliver your assessments and exams to test your knowledge on a specific subject and award educational qualifications.

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