Cambridge A level Program (GCE A level)
About Our Cambridge A level Program and Recognition
Our Cambridge A level (GCE A Level) is one-year program that allows a final year high school student or graduate to secure admission directly into 200 level in Universities in Nigeria and abroad. Being a global qualification by Cambridge Assessment International Examinations UK, it is recognized by all reputable universities in Nigeria and many universities in different countries including UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Spain, South Africa and Ireland. For more information on global recognition, click here
MCF is a proud partner of St.Catherine A level School in recruiting students and delivering quality lessons to our Science , Art and Business Students. In order to enroll in our Cambridge A level program, click here to fill out the Application Form or call us 08171474424 for further information.
HOW IT WORKS
As a student, you will be assigned three subjects that reflect your intended course of study in the university and be properly prepared for two semesters before we present you for Cambridge A level examination which traditionally comes up in May/June and Oct/Nov. In order to be admitted into 200 level, you will need to score not less than C in each of your three subject combinations, and depending on course and university of choice, you might be required to attain higher grades like A*, A or B in your subjects before you are offered a place. Our semester is composed of 5 months.
In order to be eligible for admission, you will need to have the following:
- Complete Five O level credits in core subjects
- 2 Letters of Recommendations from previous teachers or schools
- Letter of Attestation from your high school
- 8 passport photograph
- Birth Certificate
- Completed Application Form (to be completed at the school)
You will be interviewed before you are offered a place with us.
Our Managed School Addresses:
A. St.Catherine A level School
Plot 3 & 5, Alalubosa GRA, Aleshinloye, By Aleshinloye Market, Jericho, Ibadan
WHY YOU SHOULD ENROLL IN OUR MANAGED SCHOOLS
- We will not stop at helping you to pass your examinations, we will also process your admission into schools of choice home or abroad
- Accredited Cambridge Associate Schools
- Other international and scholarship examinations at your fingertips including but not limited to SAT, ACT, AP, IELTS, TOEFL, PTE and OET.
- Track record of success
- Day and Boarding students. Full boarding facilities available
- Monthly performance report
- Serene Environment
Cambridge A level Grades
The Cambridge International A level is reported on a grade scale from A star (highest) to E (minimum required performance)
Cambridge International Examination (CIE) uses Percentage Uniform Mark (PUM) for different grade level
|A Level grade PUM range|
Cambridge A level Grade Points for Admission into Nigerian Universities
Upon completion of examinations in the three subject combination reflecting the course of study, students will only need to obtain direct entry form, fill out including the A level grade and submit for consideration into 200 level in the choice courses and universities. For all our students, we will oversee the process and ensure smooth admission into 200 level.
In order to be admissible into 200 level in Nigerian universities, students will need to meet the recommended minimum number of points in their respective courses. The table below is useful for determining where applicants stand against the minimum points for different schools.
We admit students on an ongoing basis, but we will not present any student for Cambridge A level examination unless we are satisfied on his or her performance in our mock examination. There are two streams: June and November. Equally, we will not deprive an outstanding student of the opportunity of writing the examination even if he or she joins us lately provided high chance of success can be demonstrated in our mock examination.
PRESENTATION OF OUR STUDENTS FOR CAMBRIDGE A LEVEL EXAMINATION.
Again, we will not present any student for the examination unless he or she has demonstrated high chance of success in our mock exam. However, should any parent insist that we present her ward despite low performance in our mock, the parent shall be required to sign an undertaking to be fully responsible for the outcome of the examination result. Equally, we will not deprive an outstanding student of the opportunity of writing the examination even if he or she joins us lately provided high chance of success can be demonstrated in our mock examination.