Q1. What is Edexcel?
Edexcel, a Pearson company, is one of the UK’s largest awarding bodies offering academic and
vocational qualifications and testing to schools, colleges, employers and other places of learning in the
UK and internationally.
Edexcel was formed in 1996 by the merger of the Business & Technology Education Council (BTEC),
the UK’s leading provider of vocational qualifications, and the University of London Examinations &
Assessment Council (ULEAC), one of the major exam boards for GCSEs and A levels.
Q2. What is the difference between Edexcel International Examinations and Cambridge
Both Cambridge International Examinations and Edexcel International Examinations are the most
AS level and A Level. The specifications of syllabuses might differ but both of them are recognized by
colleges, universities and employers all around the world.
Q3. Are Edexcel International Examinations recognised by Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education?
Certificate of Secondary Education, AS stands for Advanced Subsidiary and AL stands for Advanced
Q5. When should I register? What is registration closing date?
registration usually begins in Mid July and For January session. Registration usually begins in early
September. Please check the British Council website to find out the exact registration period.
and new syllabus?
completely by June 2010. Most of the units’ contents, units’ codes as well as cash in codes have been
Q7. Can I register for AS / A Level without taking IGCSE first?
Yes, you can.
Q8. How many units should I take to get AS or AL certificate?
For many subjects, such as the sciences, you need to take three units to be awarded an AS Level
Certificate and six units to be awarded an A Level Certificate. However, for some subjects in GCE 2008
such as Business, Economics and English you need to take two units to get an AS Level Certificate and
four units to get an A Level Certificate. To get an AS Level Certificate for Arabic and Accounting, you
need to take only one unit and for an A Level Certificate, you should take two units.
Q9. What is cash-in?
Cashing in is a request for getting an overall qualification grade or a certificate and is in the last stage of
creating a grade for a qualification that is made up of a series of units (see question 8 above). Cashing
in should have been done at the same time as the entries were made for you for particular units. If you
don’t enter the cash-in code for a particular subject you won’t have a grade for it. Cash in codes for AS
Level always begin with number 8 and cash in codes for A Level begin with number 9.
To enable Edexcel to calculate an overall grade, it is necessary to have the right number of units and
the cash-in code. For some subjects, such as mathematics, it is also necessary to have the right
combination of units.
Q10. When will I receive my results?
|Session||Online Results||Hard Copies||Certificates|
|IGCSE||May/June||13 January||14 January||28 February|
|IGCSE||November||26 August||27 August||31 October|
|GCSE||May/June||26 August||27 August||31 October|
|GCE AS/A Level||May/June||19 August||20 August||31 October|
|GCE AS/A Level||January||17 March||18 March||31 May|
Q11. What can I do if I am not happy with my results?
You can apply for Inquiry about Results (EAR) at the reception desk. The deadline for submitting EAR
is the 28th of August for May/June session and the 14th of April for January session. Where an EAR
leads to a change in grade, fees will be refunded.
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IGCSE syllabuses are designed as two-year ( three year ) courses for examination at age 16-plus.
All IGCSE syllabuses follow a general pattern. the main sections are:
Aims – Assessment objectives – Assessment – Curriculum content.
The IGCSE subjects have been categorized into groups, subjects within each group having similar aims and Assessment objectives.
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