NIGERIAN TULIP INTERNATIONAL COLLEGES

The Right Environment For Learning

NTIC adopts the Nigerian curriculum as well as the Cambridge International curriculum. We offer a diversified curriculum that caters for differences in talents, opportunities, and future roles, focusing on providing trained personalities in applied science, technology, humanity and commerce at sub-professional grades. As an International College, our school is reputed to offer opportunities to its students who wish to pursue their educational careers abroad. In view of this, we run an all-inclusive preparatory curriculum for SAT.

SECONDARY SUBJECTS

CLASS CORE SUBJECTS OTHER SUBJECTS
Junior Classess Mathematics / English / Basic Science & Tech / Comp / PHE / Religious and National Values French / Arabic / Hausa / Igbo / Yoruba / CCA / Pre-Voc / Turkish / Business Studies / History
Senior Classes (Science) Mathematics / English / Economics/ Agric / Physics / Chemistry / Biology Data Processing/ Geography/ Arabic/ IRK / CRK/ Tech Draw/ Further mathematics / Civic Education/ Science Practical
Senior Classes (Arts) Mathematics / English / Economics / Literature in English / Government French/ Hausa / IRK/ CRK / Geography /Arabic/ Commerce / Civic Education / Data Processing/ Tourism / Accounting / Marketing
Selected Classes Life Skills / SAT / Olympiad Classes / Exam Prep Classes
LEVEL NAME DURATION/YEAR AGE OF STUDENT
Lower Secondary 3 Years 11 - 14 Years Old
Senior Secondary 3 Years 14 - 17 Years Old
Lower IGCSE(Checkpoint) 3 Years 11 - 13 Years Old
IGCSE 2 Years 14 - 16 Years Old
AS/A Level 2 Years 16 - 19 Years Old

ASSESSMENT

A. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT B. EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT
1. Midterm and Finals ( Summative Assessment ) 1. WAEC
2. General Examination ( Summative Assessment ) 2. JAMB
3. Topic Revision Tests ( Summative Assessment ) 3. NECO
4. Continuous Assessment ( Formative Assessment ) 4. SAT
5. Home work & Assignments ( Formative Assessment )
6. Class Participation & Class Observation ( Formative Assessment )

This 20th ANMC guidebook was revised on 25th October 2022 henceforth, the old edition of the 20th ANMC guidebook ceased to be valid. The general public is hereby advised to use this updated guidebook from now on.

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