Cambridge International Advanced Level is one of the most recognised qualifications around the world. For over 50 years, A Levels have been accepted as proof of academic ability for entry to universities and institutes of higher education. A Levels are also important to employers who frequently demand A Levels as a condition of job entry.
Subjects are graded A* through to E. Grade A* is awarded for the highest level of achievement, grade E for the lowest.
International A Level and AS Level have widespread international recognition as educational qualifications. This recognition is because:
Information Technology (IT) is an applied subject that encourages learners to become effective and discerning users of IT. It helps them to develop a broad range of IT skills, knowledge and understanding. Students study the structure and use of IT systems within a wide range of organisations, including the use of a variety of computer networks. As a result, learners gain an understanding of IT system life cycles, and how these affect the workplace. They also learn about the wider impact of IT on society in general. At A Level, learners also studysimple programming for the web relevant to their own use of IT.
Candidates may choose to:
|1||Written||1 hr 45 mins||70||25%|
|2||Practical Test||2 hrs 30 mins||90||25%|
In addition to Papers 1 and 2.
|3||Written||1 hr 45 mins||70||25%|
|4||Practical Test||2 hrs 30 mins||90||25%|
All 4 papers will take place at FUTUREKIDS Computer Learning Center, by means of a CAIE-set assessments, under controlled examination conditions. The documentation and printouts produced in the assessment will be externally marked by CAIE.
Examinations are held in June and November each year with results issued in August and January respectively.
The curriculum content is set out in nineteen interrelated sections. These sections should be read as an integrated whole and not as a progression. The sections are as follows:
For more detail, please visit the following link: CAIE AL - Information Technology (9626)
|Module||Section(s) Covered||Study Hours|
|Module 1: Sound & Video Editing||11||12 (8 Lessons)|
|Module 2: Spreadsheets||8||12 (8 Lessons)|
|Module 3: Databases||10||15 (10 Lessons)|
|Module 4: Computer & Information Systems||1, 2, 3, 7||12 (8 Lessons)|
|Module 5: Network & Security||4, 5, 6, 9||12 (8 Lessons)|
|A2 Level (A-Level)|
|Module 6: Graphics & Animations||18, 19||15 (10 Lessons)|
|Module 7: Mail Merge & Web Programming||17, 20||21 (14 Lessons)|
|Module 8: How Organisation Use ICT||12, 13, 14||12 (8 Lessons)|
|Module 9: System Life Cycle & Porgect Management||15, 16||12 (8 Lessons)|
Please click on the following links for further detail about the schedule.