The International A Levels are the most commonly studied curriculum around the world. They are based on the UK high school education system and are adapted for a global student base.
In Year 12 students move on to the A Levels that are further broken down into two parts: the AS Level, called “Advanced Subsidiary”, (usually done in Year 12) and A2 Level (typically done in Year 13). Traditionally, students take 4-5 AS Level subjects and then go on to take 3-4 of those subjects at the A2 Level.
The International GCSE classes course is suitable for students 16-18 years old. In some countries students divide studies over two years.
The A Level courses can be taken as a full-time or part-time option along with other subjects. Students can also take a combination of levels at CGA.
AS Level: 2 units total of 1 hour 45 minutes and 80 marks each A Level: 4 units total of 80 marks each 2 units of 1 hour 45 minutes each 2 units of two hours each External assessment for all units offered three times a year.
The International Advanced Law qualification consists of a linear structure with two main sections - Underlying Principles of Law and the English Legal System and The Law in Action. The qualification is available in International Advanced Level (IAL) award only. Students will learn to develop a sound understanding of the nature of law and appreciate the role of law in society. They will understand the importance of legal institutions and their relationship to other institutions in society.
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