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Advance Subsidiary (AS) At ARKIS
Purpose To offer an internationally recognized curriculum to students who are not opting for IBDP.
AS (CIE) They are taken in over 125 countries and offer a choice of 60 different subjects They are part of the Cambridge Advanced stage
AS Cambridge International AS Levels often represent the first half of an A Level course but may also be taken as a freestanding qualification.
AS Cambridge AS Levels are accepted in all UK universities and carry half the weighting of an A Level. Countries such as the USA and Canada also recognizes AS.
AS Cambridge International AS have a proven reputation for preparing learners well for university employment and life. They help develop the in-depth subject knowledge and understanding which are so important to universities and employers.
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ARKIS Subjects Cambridge English Language and Literature in English) Cambridge Mathematics Mathematics (our choice) Cambridge Science Physics Chemistry (all) Biology Cambridge Humanities and Social Science No subject from this group (CIE). But we have Social studies and Religion from MOE Cambridge Business, Technical and Vocational Business Studies Art and Design (IGCSE) PE (we will follow AS syllabus). Modern languages Arabic language
Elective Subjects (choose only 3) Applied ICT (AS) Biology(AS) Chemistry(AS) Physics(AS) Business (AS) Artand Design (Elective) IGCSE
Special subject PE Religion (MOE) Social studies and Citizenship MOE (2 hours each)
Course Duration AS topics will be taught over a period of 2 years followed by an External Assessment from CIE
Number of subjects students register for AS Minimum of 5 Maximum of 6
Reporting of Achievement (External Assessment) ABCDEABCDE
Recognition AS and A level qualifications are widespread international recognition. All around the world Accepted as an entry qualification by universities of the European union.
Ministry of Education Equalization of the British IGCSE & “A” level to Bahrain General Secondary School Certificate: “should have a passing grades in GCSE,IGCSE,five “O” level subjects and a passing grades in Four AS Level, as they equal two”A”level
Entry to BIBF 5 IGCSE and 4 AS - students will be accepted at Foundation Level
Arabian Gulf University Student must have a Secondary School Certificate ( 5 IGCSE and 4 AS= Secondary school Certificate according to MOE) Along with their own entrance test.
RAS Al KHAIMAH Medical & Health Sciences University (UAE) British curriculum: 2 AS level with C grade after completion of 5 IGCSE/GCE/O level with minimum grade C. Courses must include Physics, Chemistry and Biology with at least 2 of them at AS level and 1 at IGCSE/o/GCE level
University of Bahrain Student must have a Secondary School Certificate ( 5 IGCSE and 4 AS= Secondary school Certificate according to MOE
UK &USA Accepts AS but students will be enrolled at foundation level. In USA sometimes require SAT Subject Test also
University of Kent Foundation programme entry requirements Students who have taken the Tawjihiyah will be considered for foundation entry. We typically require students to achieve a minimum grade average of 80% to qualify for our foundation programmes. We offer 1 year foundation programmes in Biological Sciences, Computer Systems Engineering, Electronic and Communications Engineering, Forensic Science, Management Science, Mathematics and Physics.