Preparation for GCSE Examinations
• GCSE stands for General Certificate of Secondary Education. Its part of the British Curriculum taught to pupils in secondary schools in Dubai aged 14 to 16 in years 10 and 11. In a nutshell, GCSEs are the exams children have to take at the end of Key Stage 4.
• The students’ foundational knowledge is built over two to three years, after which they sit for the GCSE exams. These results hold an essential bearing on a child’s higher education.
• Why are GCSE exams important? GCSEs are the most critical exams students in secondary schools in Dubai take before college or university. The results have a considerable effect on pupils’ futures.
• How well students do in their GCSEs is one of the key indicators colleges take into consideration to understand the abilities of a potential student studying in a secondary school in Dubai.
The Apple International School is one of the most reputed secondary schools in Dubai, with some of the world’s most prestigious infrastructure and experienced faculty. The school’s students have a history of outperforming peers from other secondary schools in Dubai by a mile! These results are undoubtedly attributed to the collaborative efforts of the young and talented students and the supportive school.