Cambridge International A Levels are internationally benchmarked qualifiations providing excellents preparation for university education. They are part of the Cambridge Advanced stage.
They are taken in over 125 countries and offer a choice of 60 different subjects.Cambridge International AS dan A Level qualifications are widely recognised and valued by universities and employers alike. Some US universities give up to a year’s credit as a result. Every year, thousands of Cambridge International A Level students gain places at good universities worldwide – including the UK,USA, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia.
Learners have the freedom to select the subjects that are right for them – they either follow a board course of study, or specialise in a particular area.
Sinergia Learning Academy is the independent section of Sinergia International dedicated to successful teaching of A level subjects.
ForIndonesian or International students aged 16+ are welcome to study:
Why Study at A Levels?
- A levels are the key to entry to the best universities for the best subjects
- A levels have world wide recognition and prestige as the ‘gold standard’ of high school education
- Employers look upon A levels as very important qualifications as they have a great depth of study and are a strong preparation for university courses
- A levels require much independent study, organization, time management, and research and so lay a sound foundation for future studies and employment
- A levels are rewarding, especially for students who love their subjects
It may be possible to study other subjects with individual tuition. All classes are small so that students benefit from the teacher’s attention. As well as tuition in each subject (including laboratory (practical) work for Science subjects), students are expected to do a further 5 hours a week study on their own in each subject.
Percentage Uniform Marks
- The information below is intended as a guide for schools in countries where percentage uniform marks will appear on statements of results for Cambridge IGCSE, O Level, andInternational A/AS Level.
- Percentage uniform marks correspond to the grades available (A*, A, B, C, etc.) and will give students additional information about their performance. They will show students whether they are in the middle of a grade, or near either the top or the bottom.
- For example, a student who obtains the minimum mark necessary for a Grade A* obtains a percentage uniform mark of 90. A student who obtains a mark halfway between Grade D andGrade C will achieve a percentage uniform mark of 55.
- The table below shows the minimum percentage uniform mark for each grade.