Cambridge International A Level is typically a two-year course taken by learners in Grade 11 and 12 space.Cambridge International AS and A Levels are recognised around the world by schools, universities and employers. The qualifications are accepted as proof of academic ability for entry to universities worldwide.
Through A levels programme we aim to develop learners who are:
The A Levels is a 2-year program that will start in July and the students will appear for their Board examinations in March of the second year (Grade 12). This exam timeline coincides well with the timelines of other Indian boards (HSC / ISC etc). The March series examination for A Levels (Grade 12 board exam) ensures that students doing this program will be eligible for all competitive entrance examinations in India as well as for university admissions for undergraduate courses in India.
The subject content of each of the A Level syllabuses has been subdivided into two categories: the AS syllabus content which is covered in Grade 11) and part two of the syllabus commonly referred to as 'A2' in Grade 12. Thus students can opt any of the following flexible approach:
A Level develops learners' knowledge, understanding and skills in:
At, DYPIS we shall be offering the following subjects as part of the A level Program:-
GROUP 1 – Mathematics and Sciences
GROUP 2 - Languages
GROUP 3 - Arts and Humanities
Students can select four subjects from the above three groups for study as a part of the A Level program and all students are required to do General English. Students have the flexibility to select more than one subject from each group based on their interests, career aspirations and university choices.
In addition to the academics and keeping the holistic development of the students in mind, we at DYPIS plan to offer various extracurricular activities to develop independent thinkers equipped with life skills. Some of the planned activities are as follows:
The Cambridge International A Level is reported on a grade scale from A* (highest) to E (minimum required performance).