IGCSE

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IGCSEInternational General Certificate of Secondary Education (UK)
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The programme will include an online diagnostic exam in September for students in the first grade of secondary school, a Cambridge B1 Preliminary test (PET) for students in the third grade of secondary school, as well as the option for the IGCSE examination for interested students.
Dubai: What to do if you underperformed in your IGCSE exams?
Dubai -- More than 30,000 students across the UAE are appearing for their International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations under the British curriculum that started on May 5 and continue till June 12.
KES is one of at least 15 schools in the Midlands teaching IGCSEs that have fallen foul of the results being excluded from the rankings this year.
No differentiation was made when compiling the tables between GCSEs and the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), an internationally recognised qualification also sat by many students.
Mr Cook, whose school offers iGCSE at maths, said his school was previously "unfairly demoted" despite perfect pass rates.
Both schools have excellent infrastructure and will offer IPC, IGCSE and the CBSE curriculum.
King Edward VI High School for Girls introduced the IGCSE for maths in 2004, followed by the IGCSE in physics two years later.
"Ironically, the official league tables will not recognise these excellent results because the government still refuses to acknowledge the IGCSE which is the mathematical qualification our students took.
Despite the pupils at my school securing our best GCSE results ever, and way better than any local state school, with many at A*s in IGCSE maths, the Government's tables appear to show us plummeting in standard this year.
Tribune News Network Doha Al Maha Academy for Boys (AMAB) recorded 100 percent success in the latest AS-Levels and 90 percent in IGCSE examinations.