Studying National Examination Board +2 levels provides students with a challenging and rewarding educational experience that prepares them for success in their academic and professional lives.
Engaging, Creative, and Relevant International Curriculum:
The program offers a comprehensive and creative curriculum, with specific learning goals for each subject. It promotes international mindedness and encourages personal learning with a focus on deep subject knowledge, conceptual understanding, and higher-order thinking skills.
An abundance of Teaching and Learning Materials:
The program provides a wealth of teaching and learning materials to help plan and deliver +2 Level lessons. These materials include teaching schemes of work and lesson plans, textbooks and publisher resources, example candidate responses (standards booklets), mapping documents to explain how resources support teaching, and exam preparation materials, such as mark schemes, examiner reports, previous examination papers, and results statistics by grade and subject. These materials enable valuable feedback to students before the final assessment.
Fair, Valid, and Reliable Assessment:
The program offers fair, valid, and reliable assessments. Examinations take place once a year in May, with results issued in August. +2 Level examinations are graded on a scale of A+ to C+.
+2 Level students can be confident that their qualifications will be understood and valued throughout their education and career, both in their home country and internationally. Admissions to leading universities worldwide, including the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore, Egypt, Jordan, South Africa, the Netherlands, Germany, and Spain, acknowledge the strength of the +2 Level program.
By being a part of a National Examination Board, students belong to a nationwide education community. Nearly a million students from 10,000 schools in countries are currently preparing for their future with +2 Level qualifications.
Students have over 7 subjects to choose from, allowing them to select the 6 they love and excel at, which helps motivate them throughout their studies. Students can choose to study +2 Level as a standalone qualification that usually lasts one year or to complete +2 Level, which is usually a two-year course.
Students receive valuable feedback on their performance, identifying strengths and weaknesses before they complete their full +2 Level. Diagnostic feedback reports show how a student has performed in relation to the curriculum, their learning group, the whole school, and against all students who have taken tests in that series around the world.