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Friday, 29 November 2013 20:43

Egyptian Universities Admission

Friday, 29 November 2013 19:09

Faculty Recommendation!

WE RECOMMEND EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING DEPENDING ON WHICH MAJOR YOU WILL CHOOSE TO STUDY

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Friday, 29 November 2013 18:56

IGCSE - FAQ

1: What is the difference between Edexcel International Examinations and Cambridge International Examinations

Both are examples of UK exam boards. There is no difference in the level or degree of difficulty between them. The differences are only in the way questions are asked and the format of the examsBoth are examples of UK exam boards. There is no difference in the level or degree of difficulty between them. The differences are only in the way questions are asked and the format of the exams

2: Are all the IGCSE subjects at one level?

No, there are 3 levels:

  • 1. Ordinary Level (O level)
  • 2. Advanced Subsidiary (AS level)
  • 3. A2 Level(The AL consists of the AS+A2)

3: Can I take AS level Edexcel and complete the A2 level Cambridge or vice versa?

NO. AS & A2 forms a complete A Level subject and they should be the same board

4: When are the exams offered?

- Edexcel offers exam sittings in May/June and in January.

- Cambridge offers exam sittings in May/June and in November.

5: How many subjects should I take

It differs according to the faculty you wish to join, but the minimum requirement is 8 O-Level subjects. (See Our Recommendation)

6: When is the payment of registration fees?

The British Council in Egypt is the one who determines the deadlines but usually registration for May/June session is in the previous December, for January session is in the previous October, registration for November session is in the previous August.

7: Can I cancel my registration after payment?

The British Council does not issue refunds.

8: When are the results released?

- Results for June session are usually out before the end of August.

- Results for November session are out before the end of January.

- Results for January session are outMid March.

9: How much are the registration fees?

Registration fees are assigned from the British Council and it differs from one year to another.  For May/June 2013 it was:

The British CouncilIGCSE Examination registration fees

 

10: What if I am not satisfied with my grades?

You can apply for Enquiry about Results (EAR).  There are two services called ‘remarking’ and ‘report’. A request for remarking will result in your paper being remarked. A request for a report means that you will receive a report on the student’s performance in the exam. You can request both services at the same time. Information about the deadlines and fees for these services is available at school directly after release of results. You request this service after paying the required fees. If the student’s grade is raised, the fees will be refunded.

11: What are the fees of EAR service?

It is assigned by the British Council and it differs from one year to another. In 2013 it was:

fees of EAR service

Saturday, 23 November 2013 19:21

Authentic Statements

Dar El tarbiah Schools - Authentic Statements

University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
Dated: 5 Oct., 1999

From: J E Jones, Regional Director - The Middle East and Africa, Cambridge International Examiners
To Mr. David Marlr OBE, Representative, The British Council, copied to Dr. Nawal El Degwi
Occasion: Dar El Tarbiah Outstanding Performance


"I would like you to take particular note of the remarkable performance of candidates from Dar El Tarbiah. The first candidates from Dar El Tarbiah took the IGCSE soon after its introduction into Egypt in 1991, and since then the School has made a major contribution to the development of the IGCSE In Egypt.

With more than 900 candidates, the School is the largest in the world offering Cambridge Examiners and is well known in Cambridge for its remarkable results in all subjects. The students from Dar El Tarbiah are amongst the very best IGCSE students in the world. Evidence of their excellence is certainly not hard to find, and the following observations clearly indicate their remarkable achievements.” (Please refer to the evidences attached to this report) “As you can see, the performance of the Dar El Tarbiah students is remarkable by all standards.

It is hardly surprising that the IGCSE candidates from the School have been so successful at winning places at the universities, and all the evidence is that they continue to do very welt after they haw left the School.”

University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
Dated: 23March, 1998

From: G. N. Lacey, Officer in charge or IGCSE
To Mrs. Nawal El Degwi
Occasion: Dar El Tarbiah Outstanding Performance


Of the 423 candidates from Dar El Tarbiah who attempted either AS or Alevel Mathematics, 185 (44%) were awarded grade A, the highest grade.” More than half of the 376 candidates for IGCSE were awarded 15either A* or A.”

University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
Dated: 25 March 1996

From: J E Jones, Regional Director - The Middle East and Africa, Cambridge International Examiners
To Mrs. Nawal El Degwi
Occasion: Dar El Tarbiah Outstanding Performance


“In IGCSE Physics, 16.7% of the Dar El Tarbiah candidates were awarded grade A*.” “In A Level Mathematics, 65 of the 78 candidates (83.3%) were awarded grade A which is the highest possible grade. in IGCSE Accounting, there were 410 candidates from 15 different countries, and the highest mark was scored by a candidate from Dar El Tarbiah.” “In IGCSE Mathematics, one candidate from the School was only 2 marks short of full marks. There were over 8000 candidates and only one candidate did better.”

University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
Dated: 19 Sept. 1994 

From: From J E Jones, Manager - Centre Services Group
To Magda Moliy EI Din - Examination Manager, The British Council
Occasion: Dar El Tarbiah Outstanding Performance


"For the first time in 1994, UCLES awarded the Grade A* (the 'starred’ A (grade), a grade reserved for only the very best candidates. In the UK and the rest of the world, only about 3% of candidates were awarded this top grade, but in Dar El Tarbiah, the grade was awarded to many more than this. In computer studies, for example, almost 25% of the candidates were graded A*, and in Physics 185 out of the 26 Dar El Tarbiah students (43%) were awarded A* or A. This is a remarkable achievement.” "The standard of mathematics teaching in the School and the achievement of the candidates must be as good as anywhere in the world.” “I have studied the results very carefully, and there are many examples of outstanding achievement amongst the Dar El Tarbiah 16

University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
Dated: 22 Dec. 1993.

From: Greg Lacey
To Mrs. Nawal El Degwi
Occasion: Dar El Tarbiah Outstanding Performance


"For nearly 80% of your candidates to achieve grade A in the AS mathematics examination was a truly wonderful result, and I am most pleased to be able to acknowledge the successes of Egyptian students in our examinations.”

University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
Dated: 18 Sept 1992. 

From: G. N. Lacey, Officer in charge or IGCSE
To Mrs. Nawal El Degwi
Occasion: Dar El Tarbiah Outstanding Performance


"and your results certainly bear comparison with almost any IGCSE school in the world"

University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
Dated: 18 Sept 1992.

From: G. N. Lacey, Officer in charge or IGCSE
To Mrs. Nawal El Degwi
Occasion: Dar El Tarbiah Outstanding Performance


I had noticed the truly outstanding results achieved by your students in IGCSE Chemistry over 50% of your candidates to achieve grade A
Saturday, 23 November 2013 18:26

Vision & Mission

Dar El tarbiah Schools - IGCSE Vision and Mission

Introduction:

Dar El Tarbiah IGCSE schools was built as a co-educational language school fostering the British IGCSE certificate with the aim to offer the highest educational system within the scope of the available resources.

We offer a very high standard of education, which is board-based, yet tailored to meet the student's individual needs. The academic environment at Dar El Tarbiah IGCSE schools is purposeful, simulating, challenging and secure where the students flourish, grow in self-confidence and above all fulfill their potentials.

High caliber teachers, who are very well qualified and experienced, are dedicated to the promotion of high quality learning at Dar El Tarbiah IGCSE schools.
 

Our Vision

We are committed to provide educational excellence for all.



Our Mission

We aim to enrich our beloved students with:

  • A set of basic skills – linguistic, mathematical, scientific, artistic, physical and social.
  • An inquiring and discriminating mind and a desire for knowledge.
  • Strong self esteem and high personal expectations.
  • Tolerance and respect for others.
  • A very remarkable and outstanding standard of education needed to assist them in becoming future global citizens empowered to face all the challenges of the 21st century.
Saturday, 23 November 2013 14:53

Education & School Policy

Dar El tarbiah Schools - IGCSE Education & School Policy

School attendance and punctuality School policy:

  • Cell phones are not allowed to be on for any reason during the school day.
  • Cell phones in use will be confiscated and parents will be contacted..
  • In cases of habitual tardiness ( arrival after 8.15 AM) , an appropriate administrative discussion will take place to remedy the problem with the students



Behavior Policy

Students are expected to be responsible for their own behavior. They should have respect for themselves, respect for others and also for the environment in which they work. This will be shown by high standards of behavior, effort, punctuality, classwork, homework, organization, attendance and uniform. Where a student's behavior does meet with expectations, this should receive a positive comment.




Homework

Students should always write homework in their planner and include the deadline by which the work has to be handed in. Parents/carers/guardians should sign the planner each week to show that they have seen it. Parents/carers/guardians are encouraged to contact the school if it appears that homework is not being set. All homework must be completed by the due deadline.

If homework is not completed:

  • parents/carers/guardians may use the Student Planner to write an explanation if there is a good reason why a child was unable to complete their homework.
  • the teacher should be told before or at the beginning of the lesson.
  • the teacher may record non-completion of work in the Student Planner so that parents/carers/guardians may see it.



Uniform and Appearance

All students are expected to wear correct school uniform as it plays an important part in establishing a community spirit and also encourages students to take a personal pride in their own appearance. They are expected to wear it on the way to and on the way from school each day.

Requiring students to wear school uniform emphasizes our belief in the identity of the school. It also underlines the importance of being neat and tidy in all aspects of school life. We would remind parents that extremes of fashion are inappropriate to a school environment. Pupils not dressed in the correct uniform will either be sent home to change, or will work separately from other pupils for the rest of the day.

The school places great importance on uniform, and we look to the support of parents to ensure that our rules are followed.

  • Our uniform is a blue polo shirt and beige trousers for boys and girls.
  • Open shoes or sabots may not be worn at school.
  • Girls with long hair must have it tied back.
  • Jewelry may not be worn with the uniform.
  • The winter uniform has long trousers and a dark blue sweatshirt and sweater with the same color.
  • Physical Education (P.E.) uniform is required for all sports activities.

 

Tuesday, 12 November 2013 00:00

IG Agouza - A trip to Dream Park

Date : Thursady 21/11/2013
Fees: L.E. 110 (Ticket & Transportation)
Hurry up and register your name with Mrs Shaimaa Ismail maximum by Monday 18/11/2013.

Thursday, 13 June 2013 00:00

IG Agouza & Zamalek - Nov session 2013

IG Agouza & Zamalek . Nov session 2013 We would like to announce that our school is going to arrange for November session 2013 , schedules will be announced soon in the following subjects ; Accounting ,Business studies & Information and Communication Technology . Additional classes shall be opened upon the students' request. Kindly contact the school administration as soon as possible to get all-further details.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013 00:00

IG Agouza - A trip to Barcelona

Dar EL Tarbiah IGCSE Agouza school is organizing a trip to Barcelona Spain on 25/08/2013 for 7 nights/8 days.

Price: L.E. 12,000 Including accommodation in 4* hotel + attached program + flight air ticket + visa.

Students and staff can join. If you are interested, hurry up and register your name with Mrs. Shaimaa at school maximum by Wednesday 19/06/2013. Non refundable L.E. 6000 will be paid with registering your name.

The rest of the money will be needed before Monday 1st of July 2013..

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