ExaminationsOrdinary Level (O-Level)
Advanced Subsidiary (AS-Level)
Advanced Level (A-Level)
Presentation by Muhammad
Classification of British
Cambridge Secondary 2
① Cambridge IGCSE
② Cambridge O level
③ Age limit of 14-16
④ Pre-advanced level
① Cambridge Advanced
Subsidiaries ( AS )
③ 16-19 year is the age
④ Cambridge Pre-U
• 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
• Engaged intellectually and socially, and
ready to make a difference in the world.
The Cambridge approach supports
schools to develop learners who are :
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
Annually 350,000 entries .
Choice of 55 subjects , taking a maximum
of 3 subjects into consideration. (A-level
For O-level a maximum of 8 subjects are
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.
Choice of 55 Subjects
English – Language
Literature in English
English – Literature
- Pure 1
- Pure 3
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
& Social Sciences
Cambridge Business ,
technical & vocational.
Applied Information &
Art and Design
Design and Technology
Design and Textiles
Travel and Tourism
Food & Nutrition Studies