International GCSE
Requirements
CambriLearn’s Foundation II or an equivalent.
OutcomeS
Solid foundation for AS/A Level subjects
Suggested for
14- and 15-year-old students

Description

The International GCSE is usually written when students are 16 years of age. A British Upper Secondary curriculum builds on the foundations of British Lower Secondary, although learners do not need to complete that stage before this one. International GCSE is an internationally recognised examination, with exams written at certified exam centres across the globe.

CambriLearn offers courses for English First and First Additional Language, Accounting, Afrikaans, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, French, History, Core Mathematics, Mathematics, Physics, Teen Coding Python and Geography.

Specific Outcomes

The CambriLearn courses are built to cover 34 weeks. Students are able to cover the work in their own time, with the opportunity to work faster or slower depending on their prior knowledge and experience. This is where the flexibility of online learning really becomes advantageous. It is important that students take the time to thoroughly understand work covered at the International GCSE level, so that they can properly build a solid basis for AS/A Level subjects.

Requirements

Students must have done CambriLearn’s Foundation II or an equivalent.

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