Admission offers on Full Scholarship from World Top Renowned International Universities for TMUC ‘A’ Levels
Roots College International Millennium Campus is synonymous with excellence. Students are provided numerous exciting opportunities to display their abilities, skills and to think critically, analytically and creatively throughout their academic tenure. Experienced faculty and counselors, give guidance to students for their bright future.
About Cambridge AS & A -Levels
GCE Advanced (A) Level is one of the most recognized qualifications around the world. For over 50 years, Cambridge A-Levels have been accepted as proof of academic ability for entry to universities and institutes of higher education. They are also important to employers who frequently demand A Level as a condition of job entry. Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level represents the first half of a full A Level course and gives students the opportunity to study a broader range of subjects without committing to a full A level.
About Cambridge International Examinations CIE
Cambridge AS Level examinations are usually taken at the age 17 years and Cambridge A Level examinations at age 18 years.
Where are AS & A Levels accepted and recognized?
Cambridge International A Level is a ‘gold standard’ qualification, High A and AS Level grades are a key to admission for all the world’s major English speaking Universities and almost all the top universities in Pakistan; Good grades at A Level can result in up to one full year of advanced standing or credit at Universities in USA, Canada or Pakistan: AS Level carries half the weight-age of an A Level and is typically awarded half the credit value, This is a general guide. To find out the exact number of A and AS Levels and grades required for further study it is advisable to contact the dedicated RCI ‘AS’ & ‘A’ level admission advisors. There are some examples below that should help for University study in the USA, Yale University awards credit for grades A and B, Harvard University requires three A Level subjects at grades A and B, Boston University grants advance credit for grades A, B and C and New York University grants advance credit for grades A, B and C.
A & AS Level Examination and Assessment Information
Cambridge A-Level courses take two years to complete with exams taken at the end. Cambridge AS Level examinations are taken after a year either as part of the A Level course, or as a qualifications in their own right. Alternatively, the A Level qualification will be taken at the end of a two year course.Examinations are held in June and November each year with results issued in August and February respectively. It is mandatory for all students to be registered with RCI before taking the A level examination. Students must enter for AS and A Levels through a RCI campus.
Courses offered at AS / A Level are Science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics; Social Sciences: Accounting, Business Studies, Economics, Law, Psychology, Sociology, Thinking Skills; Technology: Computing, Applied Information & Communication, Technology Design & Textiles; Mathematics & Mathematics – Further; Languages: English Language, English Literature, Urdu Language; Media Studies: Arts, Art & Design.
Millennium Cambridge International AS and A Level develops learners’ knowledge, understanding and skills in:
- In-depth subject content
- Independent thinking
- Applying knowledge and understanding to new as well as familiar situations
- Handling and evaluating different types of information sources
- Thinking logically and presenting ordered and coherent arguments
- Making judgments, recommendations and decisions
- Presenting reasoned explanations, understanding implications and communicating them logically and clearly
- Working and communicating in English.
Our ethos of excellence in education extends to training, support and services to help us deliver engaging and effective courses, and develop as a professional.
We have a wealth of teaching and learning materials to help us plan and deliver the Cambridge International AS and A Level programme. They suit a wide range of teaching methods and different international contexts and include:
- Teaching schemes of work and lesson plans
- Textbooks and publisher resources
- Example candidate responses (standards booklets)
- Mapping documents to explain how the resources support teaching
Exam Preparation Material
The exam preparation materials, including mark schemes, examiner reports, previous examination papers and results statistics by grade and subject, enable us to provide valuable feedback to learners before the final assessment.
Teacher Support site
We offer a secure Teacher Support site for our millennium teachers. Here teachers will find all the materials they need to teach our syllabuses, including past question papers, mark schemes, examiner reports, lesson plans and schemes of work.
Millennium Professional Development Courses
We hold regular training workshops for Millennium Cambridge International AS and A Level syllabuses, and online training is available for teachers to learn at their own pace. Training builds the knowledge and skills needed to help learners succeed with Cambridge. We also provide professional development qualifications and services for our learners and teachers. They help develop teachers’ thinking and practice.