Key Stage of Learning: Year 7-10

Although IGCSE and GCE exams are usually taken in Year 11-13. Many students often find it hard to handle all the subjects in one or two years. Indeed, Year 7 to Year 10 is a critical period for your child to plan their IGCSE and GCE exams in advance.

According to our track record, many students have started their IGCSE and GCE training at an early age and completed the IGCSE/GCE qualifications at least two to three years ahead than their peers:

Student
(School)  

Starting Age/Grade
Exams
Hong Ye Tan  
(Clearwater Bay School)
Age 8

Age 9
IGCSE: Math & Eng

GCE: Math & Physics

V. Wong
(EOK Academy)
Age 11




Age 12

IGCSE: Math, A. Math,
Eng-1st Language, Eng-2nd Language,
Chi-1st Language, Chi-2nd Language,
Phy, Chem, Bio & Econ

GCE: Math, Further Pure Math,
Phy, Chem & Econ

Nikita Ma
(Diocesan Girls' School)  

Grade 6

Form 1

IGCSE: Math & Eng-1st Language

GCE: Math

Nicholas Chan
(ISF Academy)
Year 7
IGCSE: Math
Adrian Lee
(ISF Academy)
Year 8
IGCSE: Eng-2nd Language & Math
Sharen Lee
(Renaissance College)    

Year 8

Year 9

IGCSE: Math & Eng-1st Language

GCE: Math

Rose Ng
(Sha Tin Cllege)
Year 9

Year 10
IGCSE: Math, Phy & Chem

GCE: Math, Chem & Econ

Ryon Cheong
(Renaissance College)
Year 9

Year 10

IGCSE: Eng & Math

GCE: Math & Econ

Man Tai Yeung
(Sheng Kung Hui Tang Shiu Kin Secondary School)
Form 4
GCE: Math & Econ
Stephanie Fok
(Yew Chung International School)
Year 9   

Year 10
IGCSE: Math

GCE: Math, Phy & Chem
Stephanie Kong
(Yew Chung International School)
Year 9   

Year 10
IGCSE: Math

GCE: Math, Phy & Chem

Year 7 to Year 10 is a precious time for your child to explore their potentials and make great achievement.

Don't wait. Let us work with you to plan for your child's success.


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