The iGCSEs (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) are internationally recognised qualifications studied by students aged 14- 16 years old. Respected by universities world wide, they cover a broad range of subjects including languages, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, computer science and more. The iGCSE is one of the most challenging qualifications currently on offer for secondary students, before they embark on the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme.
2018 iGCSE Results
Congratulations to our students on their outstanding iGCSE results this year!
We are very pleased to announce that the DCIS students' results have exceeded the UK average for GCSE with 92% of our students achieving A*-C grades compared to the UK average of 66.9%.
The success in the students' iGCSE results is a testament to Dover Court International School's high academic standards, excellent teaching and the hard work and dedication of our students.
Highlights from the 2018 results include:
- 100% of our students achieving A*-A in Biology, Chemistry and Physics
- 100% of our students achieving A*-B in Global Citizenship, Music and French
- 100% of our students achieving A*-C in Higher Maths, History, English, Literature, Drama and Design & Technology
2017 iGCSE Results
Edexcel announced the world wide results for the summer 2017 iGCSE exam series in the beginning of August 2018. We are very proud of how well all our students did, and exceptionally proud of Joseph, who is currently in our first IBDP cohort, going in to Year 13.
Joseph has been awarded the Highest Mark in Singapore in English Language and Geography and the Highest Mark in the World in Global Citizenship, a truly outstanding achievement.