O-LEVEL & A-LEVEL TEACHING AND LEARNING NOTES FORM 1, FORM 2, FORM 3, FORM 4, FORM 5 & FORM 6

O-Level is the abbreviation of Ordinary Level. It is one of the two-part CSE (Certificate For Secondary Education). The other part of CSE is Advanced Level (A-Level), which students enter after completing O-Level. 
O-Level is the final certification for secondary school, to be taken at year 11 at approximately age 17 (or age group 14-16). Students that have completed O-Level are considered to have completed formal and Basic education. They can further their studies to A-Level (at their schools’ form five & six or private and public colleges), Foundation Courses or diploma courses, or simply leaving school.

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