The British curriculum focuses on Cambridge International General Certificate Secondary Examination (IGCSE) which is controlled and administered by Cambridge Assessment International Examination (CAIE). Over 10,000 schools spanning across more than 160 countries take IGCSE examinations due to its global acceptance and academic excellence. In their final year, students then take IGCSE examinations which qualify them admissions into colleges and universities in over 160 countries.

For this reason, NTIC aims at giving our students the strong prerequisite academic foundation right from the outset of their secondary education, thereby instilling in them the aptitude towards acquiring the required base concept of the exam at every school level. This, for sure, will culminate in the much-desired excellent academic performance.

 

The IGCSE qualifications are divided into Cambridge Lower Secondary and Cambridge International/ General Certificate Secondary Examination (I/GCSE). Plan is in progress to start Cambridge A levels. The Pre-Level as it is often called is for students of 11 – 14 years old. The preparatory level is the middle school offering continuous education through year 7, 8 and 9 in preparation for the subsequent laborious IGCSE levels or the local secondary education.

 

NTIC starts training registered students for Cambridge exams, from lower secondary to senior secondary school, and at the end of year 10, they sit for the prestigious and internationally recognized IGCSE examinations, which are conducted by the University of Cambridge (UK).

 

NTIC offers these listed subjects under the IGCSE programme:

  • Physics,
  • Chemistry,
  • Biology,
  • Additional Mathematics,
  • Mathematics,
  • ICT,
  • Economics,
  • Geography,
  • History,
  • Global Perspective,
  • Design and Technology,
  • Computer Science,
  • Business Studies,
  • Accounting,
  • English,
  • French and Turkish.
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