A Level is an advanced level GCE (General Certificate of Education) qualification which is equivalent to a two year intermediate or +2 level degree.
GCE is run under Cambridge International Examination (CIE) Board. A level program of University of Cambridge has internationally benchmarked qualifications providing excellent preparation for university education. It is a part of Cambridge Advanced stage. A level qualification is widely recognized and valued by universities as well as employers.
Every year thousands of students with A level qualification gain scholarship at good universities worldwide including the universities in the UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. There are two qualifications in A levels. An A level qualification is equivalent to one credit, while AS level qualification is equivalent to just half.
To pass A levels, students should have at least 3.5 credits. Studies on total 1000 marks should be done within two years to get equivalent letter from HSEB Nepal.
Completing your application:
You will need the following documents.
Students have to sit for the entrance examination of nearly 2 hours (may vary among colleges). Questions from Mathematics, Science and English will be asked in the entrance examination.
After the entrance examination, colleges may take an interview before publishing final merit list of the students for enrollment.
To study A Level a student must have completed SLC or an equivalent examination.
GCE A level Non-Science subject combinations