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Hike In Students Taking Up Cambridge Qualification

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Cambridge Qualification Faces Steep Hike
There are many schools which elect students for Cambridge qualifications in India, which is facing a steep hike from over the past year. Schools in India made over 27,000 entries for Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International A Level seeing a rise of 20% since 2011.

At present there are more than 290 Cambridge schools in India and more than 9000 schools in 160 countries make up the Cambridge learning community worldwide. The Indian regions that saw the highest growth of take up of Cambridge IGCSE during this period were Madhya Pradesh with 247%, Rajasthan 145% and Punjab 112%.

The Indian regions that saw the highest growth in Cambridge International A Level during this period were Gujarat with 50%, Kerala 30% and Karnataka 24%. The core subjects which remain most popular among Indian students at Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International A Level are said to be Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

Cambridge IGCSE is the world's most popular international qualification for 14-16 years old students. It is recognizably leading universities and employers worldwide as evidence of academic ability and is taught by over 2600 schools worldwide. The Cambridge International A Level is typically for learners aged from 16 to 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for university and higher education.

The University of Cambridge International Examination is the worlds largest provider of International education programmes and qualifications for 5-19 years old. Its qualifications are taken over 160 countries and recognized by universities, education providers and employers across the world.

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