GCSE in Cheltenham College
General Certificate of Secondary Education is the official certificate confirming incomplete secondary education. Its receipt testifies to the successful completion of studies in the 8th to 9th grade. In one or two years of the program, students study 3 main subjects:
- Academic English;
- Foreign language;
Additional disciplines can be chosen depending on their own talents and university requirements, in which the teenager plans to enter. As an additional Cheltenham College offers up to 70 electives, but among children is physics, economics, business, literature, biology, chemistry, accounting and law are especially popular. The certificate of incomplete secondary education can be obtained by passing 2 subjects from the compulsory and 3 to 5 from the list of additional disciplines.
The success of college education is determined by active work in the classrooms and laboratories, the originality of independent projects and the quality of domestic work. The curriculum provides for frequent testing and verbal checks. Having passed a nationwide uniform examination, students can count on receiving the GCSE.
After 11 years of study, students can take the International GCSE (an international version of the British GCSE), which will allow them to receive education abroad. At International GCSE, children take English literature, science and mathematics. To receive the UK Certificate of Part-time Secondary Education GCSE, you need to finish the rest of the items from the mandatory list.