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For A'level admissions, we strictly want you to note that we require results of O'Level or IGCSE. If results have not been declared, the Mock Exam report from the previous school should be submitted. Admission will be made on the basis of the Mock results. Admission is provisional until results are confirmed by Cambridge University or is reviewed again by the school to guide students into what they can do. Students are required to have at least a credit in the subject at form 5 to study it at a higher level. Those selecting to do English at the Advanced level should have a credit in English Literature in Form 5.
A-level is a two year program that is recognized internationally by universities all over the world. It is administered by Cambridge Assessment, and is divided into two years. The first year is known as the Advanced Subsidiary level (AS level). The second year is known as the A2 level. Though it is not mandatory, students are given the opportunity to go into the A2 level after the successful completion of their first year.
The program serves as a bridging program for students to acquire knowledge and the skills necessary for the first year of university to ensure that they are able to adjust to the university life, and perform at the level required of them. A-level gives the students the advantage of studying abroad in reputable universities. In the program, the students get to do a minimum of four subjects in AS, and are free to drop a subject if they wish when they begin their A2. Our subject selection is based on the student’s past performances and career choice. However, in special cases we allow students to take subjects they may have never done in Form 5 depending on their chosen career path.
There are two sessions available for students: the first, and most popular, is the January intake where students start the program in January and write their examinations in the same year during the October/November examination period; and the second one is the May/June intake where the students begin their studies in May and write their examinations in May of the following year. At the end of the AS examinations, students are awarded a certificate indicating their performance in their respective subjects.
For any further information about A-level contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We, the Management of Livingstone Kolobeng College would like to notify you that from the 1st of November 2019, the School will no longer accept cash or swiping of Debit or Credit cards as a mode of payment. The mode of payment will be either a Bank Gauranteed Cheque or Direct Deposit to our bank accounts. Please find below our banking details.
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