The General Certificate of Education Advanced Level, or A Level, is the ‘gold standard’ of Cambridge qualifications. It is accepted as an entry qualification by universities of the European Union and elsewhere around the world. A Levels are highly specialised and a student will normally take three subjects over the course of two years.
The subject content of each of the Cambridge A Level syllabuses has been subdivided into two parts: the AS syllabus content which is expected to be covered in the first half of the course, and part two of the syllabus commonly referred to as ‘A2’.
There are six passing grades (A* – E). Good A Level grades can also be a key to admission for all the world's major Anglophone universities.
In the last two year(s) of the education students will have some compulsory subjects such as English, Pure Mathematics, Physical Education and a set of compulsory local subjects. Moreover, all students will need to select other subjects which are available as options. Students must choose one area of study from each option box. The option preference forms will be provided separately to students upon enrolment.