Cambridge system by muhammad hussain haider

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Cambridge system by muhammad hussain haider

  1. 1. CIE Cambridge International ExaminationsOrdinary Level (O-Level) Advanced Subsidiary (AS-Level) Advanced Level (A-Level) Presentation by Muhammad Hussain Haider
  2. 2. Classification of British Examination System Cambridge Secondary 2 ① Cambridge IGCSE ② Cambridge O level ③ Age limit of 14-16 year students ④ Pre-advanced level Cambridge Advanced ① Cambridge Advanced Subsidiaries ( AS ) ② Cambridge International A-level ③ 16-19 year is the age limit ④ Cambridge Pre-U
  3. 3. Cambridge Learners • Confident in working with information and ideas, their own and those of others . • Responsible for themselves, responsive and respectful of others . • Innovative and equipped for new and future challenges • Engaged intellectually and socially, and ready to make a difference in the world. The Cambridge approach supports schools to develop learners who are :
  4. 4. World Wide Recognition  Recognized by universities including all UK universities and over 450 US universities.  Taken by OVER 175,000 students in more than 125 different countries.  More than 9000 schools in over 160 countries are part of the Cambridge learning society.  Annually 350,000 entries .  Choice of 55 subjects , taking a maximum of 3 subjects into consideration. (A-level and AS-level)  For O-level a maximum of 8 subjects are required.
  5. 5. ASSESSMENT OptionOne:Take the Cambridge international AS-Level only. The Cambridge international AS-Level syllabus content is half a Cambridge international A-Level. OptionTwo : Take a ‘staged’ assessment route – take the Cambridge international AS level in one examination session and complete the final Cambridge international A-Level at a subsequent session. OptionThree : Take all papers of the Cambridge international A-level course in the same examination session, usually at the end of the course.
  6. 6. Choice of 55 Subjects ……! Cambridge English English – Language Language and Literature in English English – Literature Cambridge Mathematics  Mathematics - Pure 1 - Pure 3 - Statistics - Mechanics  Further Mathematics
  7. 7.  Environmental Management  Physical Science  Biology  Chemistry  Marine Sciences  Physics The Cambridge Science Dept.
  8. 8. Cambridge International AS and A Level Languages  Afrikaans – Language  Chinese – Language  French – Language  French – Literature  German – Language  *Japanese – Language  Portuguese – Language  Portuguese – Literature  Spanish – First Language  Spanish – Language  Spanish – Literature  Urdu – Language
  9. 9. Cambridge Humanities & Social Sciences General Paper Global Perspectives Classical Studies Divinity Economics Geography Hinduism Islamic Studies World History Law Psychology Sociology
  10. 10. Cambridge Business , technical & vocational.  Accounting  Applied Information & Communication technology  Art and Design  Business Studies  Computing  Design and Technology  Design and Textiles  Music Studies  Physical Education  Thinking Skills  Travel and Tourism  Food & Nutrition Studies
  11. 11. Thank you for your precious time .

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