Frequently Asked Questions
Here is a list of questions our clients frequently ask us.
The Collective Genius Centre offers an alternative environment of tuition and learning. Although our main focus is still on academics and personal development, we offer an approach to education which allows students a safe, small environment to reach their potential.
A globally recognized syllabus, with smaller classes and well-qualified tutors. All classes are tutored in a state-of-the-art campus with access to high-speed Fibre Wifi connectivity.
We structure our day with timetabled lessons which students attend in small classes. Students also have independent study.
Tutors hold a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree qualification in their field of study, allowing them to go beyond the school syllabus and provide a greater depth of understanding for students.
While both the Cambridge and IEB/CAPS syllabi are accepted at South African universities, Cambridge qualifications are internationally recognized and can pave the way to global education and allow students to apply to universities around the world.
Students must complete courses from Checkpoint I to AS Level. This is a minimum of 4 years and is equivalent to the South African High School level of education. Once students have received their AS Levels, they may choose to further their studies by completing an A Level. This is a one-year course and is recommended to students seeking to study abroad as it is sought after in many universities worldwide.
Cambridge AS and A Levels are accepted at all South African Universities and contribute toward APS scoring for acceptance. Students should consult the faculty admissions office of the university of their choice when deciding which AS Levels to write in their examination sitting. Students may still be required to write the National Benchmark Test.
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