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Arslan Ali

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on Subject Selection for O & A Level
on 17th August, 2013 (Saturday) at 6:30 pm
at KIMS (Senior Campus) 

 The seminar focuses on the following frequently asked questions:

If I haven't studied Economics and Accounting at O Level, will studying these subjects at A Level become challenging for me?
I want to become a Physician (doctor) but I've heard students with A Level qualification are at a disadvantage compared to those with F.Sc. when obtaining admission into medical colleges. Is that true?
What is IBCC's formula of conversion for preparing Equivalences and how does it affect my chances of admission in colleges after A Level?
Should I be studying more than three subjects at A Level? If yes, which additional subjects should I choose?
What is Percentage Uniform Marks (PUM)? Why was it introduced and withdrawn soon after? Why doesn't my certificate show percentage marks?
What is the trend in subject selection at A Level? Which is a more popular subject combination - Sciences or Commerce?
I've heard people say that A grades have become much easier to score at O & A Level, that's why many people score straight As. Is there any truth in the statement?
What is AS Level and what are its benefits? Should I take AS exams?
What is the most suitable combination of subjects for me at A Level?
 Parents, students, and admission counsellors are cordially invited.

For seminar details and admission inquiries, please visit us or contact us on
0303 444 3804
« Last Edit: September 25, 2013, 10:51:13 PM by Arslan Ali »


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