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GCSE

in Britain
General Certificate of Secondary Education: a public examination in specified subjects for 16-year-old schoolchildren. It replaced the GCE O-level and CSE
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The eight, 16-year old students were participating in an International General Certificate of Secondary Education (International GCSE) mathematics lesson.
GCSE is a General Certificate of Secondary Education (British) and these, believe it or not, are a complete mystery to a Scot.
Bangladesh International School (English Section) in Jeddah (BISESJ) obtained 100 percent passing grades in both International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) and Advanced Level (A level) under Cambridge International Exam (CIE) held in May-June 2014.
Recruits who have completed their General Certificate of Secondary Education will be required to serve nine months, while those who have not will serve two years.
They came from two schools that offer an 18-month study program for the exam leading to a General Certificate of Secondary Education, the equivalent of a high school diploma in the US.
International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), AS and A-Level students, parents and school officials attended the event.
General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) pupils visited Bombardier s fuselage manufacturing and assembly facility in Belfast, where they saw major airframe structures in production.
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has decided to launch International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) "O" level class in Islamabad College for Boys (ICB) G-6/3 Islamabad.
The Birmingham Mail newspaper reported that Malala will study a full curriculum at the Edgbaston school and will go on to sit for her General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSEs).
National politicians are also changing the main school exam for 16-year-olds, the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE).
No differentiation was made when compiling the tables between GCSEs and the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), an internationally recognised qualification also sat by many students.

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