i m studyin CIE board from india from an international school doing A levels and havent done GCSE and dont know that if i need to have GCSE grades and how much they make difference when applyin to universities in uk because i did indian boadd before A levels
n wanna go in medicine ahead
i m expecting good grades
but i have heard dat i need GCSE grades for university and specillay english and i gave A level english language exam which is really tuff and got an E grade.and if i take gcse exam of english would dat work or i need to give IELTS.
AND I ALSO HEARD THAT IF A STUDENTS NAME IS BEEN CAUGHT IN 2 DIFFERENT SUBJECT PAPERS IN MALPRACTICE DOES THE STUDENTS GETS BARED FROM THE BOARD OR WHAT?I NEED TO KNOW ITS REALLY IMP.
AND IF A CENTRE GETS WARNING MORE THAN 3 TIMES DOES GET DEBARRED OR WHAT?
PLEASE HELP ME
if we are doing CIE board? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 13-07-2009 23:51
- 26-01-2010 04:43
I did a foreign board equivalent to the GSCE and have offers from UK unis. What is importatn is that you get good grades in te necessary subjects (phsyics, chem, bio, math). Sit for the IELTS. It's internationally recognized. My exam called the SPM worked in an unusual way. One of our English papers is certified by UCLES. Because of that I didn't have to take the IELTS.