GCSE in Abbey College Cambridge
After graduation from the 8th to 9th grade of the British school, adolescents start preparing for a specialty under an intensive program. The choice of two compulsory and 3 - 5 special disciplines and a successful passing of national uniform examinations on them allow schoolchildren to receive a certificate of incomplete secondary education.
The standard requirement of all UK schools of this level is to study the academic course of English, mathematics and one foreign language. You can choose additional specializations from 70 possible ones. The GCSE certificate most often indicates the student's success in mastering physics, business courses, computer technology, chemistry, legal disciplines, biology, the foundations of economic theory or accounting.
Abbey College Cambridge focuses on school work, working with laboratory equipment and preparing homework assignments. Development of individual ideas and group activities are provided.
Foreign students can choose English as a foreign language in the quality of a special subject for GCSE.