Pre-University (or) Young Adult
After their IGCSE, students could continue to sit for the General Cambridge Examination Advanced Level (GCE A-Level), also administered by CIE.

GCE A-Level is one of the most recognised qualifications around the world. For over 50 years, Cambridge A-Levels have been accepted as proof of academic ability for entry to universities and institutes of higher education. They are also important to employers who frequently demand A-Levels as a condition of job entry.

Cambridge A and AS Levels offer such flexible programmes that there is a lot of diversity in the way they are taught ¨C typically each AS Level course would require guided learning time ¨C in class, in the library or resource centre. The syllabus is set by Cambridge.

The course differs for each subject, but there will be a mix of assessment methods, which may include coursework, practical exercises, oral and listening tests, projects and written examinations.

All syllabuses will require students to develop analytical skills and their application of knowledge in individual study. Cambridge A-Levels demonstrate studentsĄŻ content knowledge in a subject as well as their ability to present a well-reasoned argument, to understand and apply principles and to acquire deep understanding of a body of knowledge.