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What to study  at A level?

Choosing the right subjects for A-level may become a real challenge for many students, especially for those who do not know what to study in University.However, the solution that you need to do now binds you to study the selected subjects at the university and it will be difficult to change something. Therefore, it is very important not to make a wrong choice at a very early stage. We review the best subjects of the course A-level that will help you prepare for the many popular specialties, and also give some tips what to do if you don't…
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If you are planning to enroll in one of North America's top universities, you may be already aware that following the standard programme taught in American schools may not be sufficient for you to reach that goal. Students with excellent academic performance who aim to enroll in an Ivy League school are likely to choose a school that follows either the International Вaccalaureate rogramme (IB) or the Advanced Placement Programme (AP).AP program is favored by students who wish to study their chosen subject in depth. However, same subjects are explored in great detail on the advanced level…
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The benefits of AP program for students preparing to enter Universities in the USA and Canada 

The secondary education system in the United States of America fundamentally differs from the education system most of us are used to. The first thing you will notice about this system is that it clearly has other priorities in mind - teaching in the U.S. focuses on the individual qualities of the pupil, striving to develop his distinctive talents and personality. This system is designed to prepare students to select their future career while still at school and help them…
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FIVE KEY QUESTIONS ABOUT SAT

Do you dream of studying in one of the most prestigious universities of the United States? Believe it or now, but getting admitted into such legendary universities as Harvard or Princeton is feasible! To achieve this, you will have to pass a standardized test, which evaluates the general level of knowledge of the entrant - the so-called Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).The success of the test depends on how well prepared you are. For some, the mathematical part may be easier than the writing one.The structure of SATThe test was developed in distant…
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Secondary education in Ireland

Irish Education is in no way inferior to the classic British education. It provides each graduate with the chance to find a prestigious job in any country of the world. At the same time, this is an opportunity to save money and still receive secondary education in English as studying in Ireland is cheaper and getting enrolled in Irish colleges or universities will be easier too. Especially when starting Irish education at the stage of high school.All subjects in Irish schools and colleges are taught in English. Knowledge of Gaelic is not required…
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International Вaccalaureate

The International Baccalaureate programme, known as ‘IB’ was established in the late 1960s in Switzerland. The creators of the programme sought to combine all known systems of secondary education and to award successful students with a diploma that will be recognized by universities anywhere in the world. Since it was founded, the IB programme acquired worldwide recognition. Today is taught in some 2401 schools that are based in 129 countries. The level of education provided in IB schools is always above national standard.International…
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A-LEVEL PROGRAMME

The General Certificate of Education (GCE) Advanced Level or A-Level is a British qualification exam, required for admission to universities in the UK.In Britain, secondary education is compulsory until the age of 16. Once students reach 14 years of age, they commence a two-year mandatory programme, which prepares them to attestation in seven to nine subjects. At the end of the programme, students are tested and receive a General Certificate of Secondary Education, or GCSE.Having obtained this certificate, students can either leave school and start…
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Working with the English schools, I often come across BTEC programme in high schools along with familiar A-level program. School representatives talk about success of their students in BTEC and report on good rate in University entrance with BTEC results. What is BTEC and how it can be interesting for Ukrainian students?

Practical program BTEC or A-level

BTEC stands for Business and Technology Education Council. Do not be misled by the abbreviation of such a Council in Britain no longer exists, and the name stuck for the program of applied education.BTEC is the UK analogue of the…
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