IGCSE Program (Year 9 and 10)
 
Year 9 and 10 students benefit from a broad and balanced program delivered through the Cambridge IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) curriculum.  Our School is committed to providing a quality education and this has been proven by the stellar achievements of our IGCSE students.

The Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 year olds, attracting almost 500,000 entries from 144 different countries every year.  It is taught as a two-year course beginning in Year 9 and culminating in external examinations in Year 10. In some subjects there is a choice between core and extended curricula, making the IGCSE suitable for a wide range of abilities. Students can enter examinations at the most appropriate level for them, a level which can differ for different subjects. The core curriculum is based on an overview of the subject and is suitable for students expected to achieve grades C to G. The extended curriculum is more challenging and designed for those expected to achieve grades A* to C. This is in line with the school’s focus on differentiation and students can choose either stream according to their ability.  Admission to universities in Thailand requires a C or better grade in at least 5 subjects.
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The IGCSE offers a flexible course of study that gives candidates the freedom to choose subjects that are right for them, whilst providing them with a broad knowledge base and life-long skills. It develops learner knowledge, understanding and skills in the subject content, knowledge application, intellectual enquiry, flexibility and responsiveness to change, influencing outcomes, and cultural awareness.  
 
At St. Mark's all students study a compulsory subjects of English, Mathematics and Chemistry, plus a number of popular elective subjects.  Students normally take in total between 5 to 7 subjects during the course of study.   Subjects that have options for extended curriculum are stipulated in the subject options below.
 
St. Mark's program concentrates on the field of science and mathematics and offers comprehensive science and mathematics program that engage students to study science as separate IGCSE courses, as opposed to the Co-ordinated Science program.  With this, our science program covers subject details in greater depth and students have the option in taking 3 separate IGCSE sciences, namely Chemistry, Physics and Biology.  Eligibility in taking three separate sciences will be based on the student’s performance in Year 7 and 8.
 


 Compulsory Subjects
 
 
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 English
 
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 Mathematics
 
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 Chemistry
 
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 Physical Education          
 
 
Non - Credit
 
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 Elective Subjects
 
 
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 Additional Mathematics
 
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 Physics
 
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 Biology
 
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Business Studies
 
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 Thai As A First Language
 
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 Mandarin  
 
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