GCSE or better General Certificate of Secondary Education is a replacement for the old O (Ordinary) Levels and CSEs (Certificate of Secondary Education). It was introduced in 1986 and the first GCSE exams took place in 1988. Today GCSEs is part of the National Curriculum taught to pupils aged 14 to 16 in years 10 and 11. This is an exam that has to be taken at the end of Key Stage 4.
GCSEs has 3 cores compulsory subjects which are ...
It's not quite easy to find a good approach in order to get setup for GCSE examination. Most student do not adopt the best approach when ever it comes to studies. Some will wait for exam periods before getting their selves in to exam mode or others may even be studying continuously without setting up particular goals or a study plan. As people setup a particular architecture plan about what the should or ought to do, this also applies in studies. If you don't know ho...
How online quizzes help you improve in your studies
Hi!. Welcome to gcequiz.com. In this blog post, we will discuss how online quizzes can help you improve in your studies.
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Unlike the dark and uncivilized age many years ago, this new age we live in is fast growing in technology and thus brought about development around the world. Thus, traditional methods of doing things are slowly fading while new methods are being adop...
How To Prepare For ISC Exam
ISC is the abbreviation for “Indian School Certification” which is a certification exam offered by the ICSE (Indian certificate of secondary education) examination board in collaboration with CISCE (council for the indian school certificate examination). ISC is an exam written by Indian students in class 12. Today, we will discuss how to prepare for ISC exams.
What Is ISC?
What is the ICSE and the different exams
ICSE is the abbreviation for “Indian certificate of secondary education” which is an indian examination board. Indian is made up of two main examination boards namely; the CBSE (central board of secondary education) and the ICSE. The ICSE is responsible for the exams ICSE and ISC (indian school certification). Today, we are going to discuss the ICSE examination board and the diffe...
What is the CBSE and the different exams written
CBSE which is the abbreviation for Central Board Of Secondary Education is the national board responsible for education in India for public and private schools.
CBSE is managed by the union government of India. In this blog post, we will discuss what CBSE is all about and the different exams they offer.
What is CBSE?
Cbse is about 58 years o...
International students and British students always face the issue of certificate equivalence when coming to India, due to the fact that India has two
main examination boards i.e CBSE and ICSE, which causes people to get confused on which is more similar to the GCSE. In this article we are
going to look into each of those boards and their exams, and what is the right way to get an equivalent of your GCSE in India.
How To Study In GCSE Using Quizzes
GCSE which is an acronym for “General Certification Of Secondary Education” is an academic qualification in a particular option/field/entitlement taken in England, Wales and in other parts of the world like Ireland. This is an exam children take at the end of key stage 4 (KS4). Today, we will talk about; how to study in gcse using quizzes.
What Is GCSE?
As mentioned earlier, GCSE stands for General...
How To Study In Key Stage Three Using Quizzes
Key stage three, commonly called or abbreviated as KS3 is the next stage or level after KS2 which marks the beginning of a child’s journey in secondary school. The transition between KS2 and KS3 is that from primary education to secondary education. This is mostly practiced in the English (England and Wales) part of the world. KS3 (key stage...
How To Study In Key Stage Two Using Quizzes
Key stage two also known as KS2 is the next level or stage after KS1 in the primary education ladder of children in England and some other parts of the world.KS2 is for children within the age range of 7-11 years old and includes the class years 3,4,5 and 6. Today, we will discuss how to study in key stage two using quizzes.
What Is Key Stage Two?
As mentioned earlier, KS2 or key stage 2 i...
How To Study In Key Stage One Using Quizzes
Key-stage one often referred as KS1, is an exam taken by students in the age of 5 to 7. KS1 helps students get familiar with basic concepts. Today we are going to have a look at KS1 and how to study for it using our sets of quizzes found here.
What is key stage one?
Before we dive into the core of today’s topic, we must, first of all, understand what “key stage” is all about, some good ba...