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The International General Certificate of Secondary Education is based on the British curriculum (GCSE) but adapted for a more internationally-focused student-body. It is mainly exam-based and is assessed through the exam board chosen by the school. The most well-known are Cambridge Assessment International Education and Edexcel. The Cambridge exam board offers over 70 subjects, including 30 languages as it aims to be as inclusive as possible to students from a wide variety of linguistic backgrounds, enabling them to continue studying their mother-tongue. The IGCSE allows for differing levels of ability by offering both Core and Extended curriculum papers in some subjects.
A and AS-Level
A Level stands for Advanced Level and AS Level stands for Advanced Subsidiary Level. An AS Level contains half the content of the corresponding A Level and is normally completed in one year. This allows for flexibility, as learners can complete AS Levels as qualifications in their own right.
This stands for International Baccalaureate. The board provides standardized worldwide education to students, which gives them a lifelong practical learning experience. ... This is the most popular and preferred board in India and focuses on the comprehensive knowledge of the students
NCEA is a three-part, three-year programme with one part being taken each year. In Year 11 you study roughly five NCEA Level 1 subjects e.g. Each subject is assessed separately and the grade you attain for one subject has absolutely no effect on your grade for any other subjects.