The international qualifications are recognized by the world’s reputed Universities and employers thus providing the students with a wide range of education opportunities as well
The curricula are designed to be flexible, is regularly updated and extended to meet the requirements of the changing education scenario worldwide and ensures that learners have the option to specialize or study a range of subjects. There is a combination of 55 subjects from which learners can choose.
The curricula is tailor-made to inculcate in learners knowledge, understanding and skills in:
- in-depth subject content
- independent thinking
- applying knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations
- handling and evaluating different types of information sources
- thinking logically and presenting ordered and coherent arguments
- making judgements, recommendations and decisions
- presenting reasoned explanations, understanding implications and communicating them clearly and logically
- working and communicating in English
Though the syllabi are international in outlook, they retain local relevance with content to suit a wide variety of schools with international student body and thus has captured the imagination of learners world-wide.
Cambridge International AS & A levels have a linear structure with examinations at the end of the course. The learners can choose from any of the assessment options below:
- Option One
Take the AS Level only. The Cambridge International AS Level syllabus content is considered half a Cambridge International A Level.
- Option Two
Take a ‘staged’ assessment route- i.e. AS Level in one examination series and complete the final Cambridge International A Level in a subsequent examination series.
- Option Three
Take all papers of the Cambridge International A Level courses in one examination series, usually at the end of the two year course.
Each subject that a learner undertakes at the AS & A Levels receives a separate grade which is reported on a grade scale from A* grade for the highest level of achievement, to E, indicating the minimum required performance.