IGCSE

The IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) is an internationally-respected qualification studied by students aged 14-16 years old.

Valued by employers and universities, it covers a broad range of core subjects including languages, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, and creative, technical and vocational disciplines.

It is one of the most academically challenging qualifications currently on offer to 14-16 year old students worldwide and provides a foundation for learners to prepare for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IBDP) and A Levels.

In some countries, students having IGCSE certificates can be admitted directly to colleges and universities without completing an IBDP or A Level program.

IGCSE is a 2 year programme where students take the exams for the entire syllabus at the end of 2 years.

Students at Manthan take totally 8 papers 

1. Maths

2. Biology

3. Physics

4. Chemistry

5. Information and Communication Technology

6. English

7. Economics or History

8. Hindi as second language or French as Foreign Language 

 

Manthan takes the March series of exams conducted by Cambridge both in IGCSE and in AS & A levels. The results are declared in 45 days well in time for further admissions.