Bridge Course (Introduction)

90 Video Lessons

62.58 hours

77 Quizes

Your Instructors

Parbati Basnet

Parbati Basnet

English
Gopal Ghimire

Gopal Ghimire

Chemistry
Suman Khatri

Suman Khatri

Physics
Binod Kaphley

Binod Kaphley

Quantitative Ability and Mathematics

Frequently Asked Questions

What are Plus Two and A Levels in Nepal?

Ten Plus Two is a two-year program undertaken after completing grade 10 and passing the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) from the National Examinations Board (NEB).

A-Levels are UK qualifications for students aged 16 and above, studied for two years, and widely accepted for higher education worldwide.

Who is eligible for Plus Two and A Levels in Nepal?

Prospective Plus Two students in Nepal will encounter varying eligibility criteria depending on their chosen college. Conversely, individuals who have completed SEE / O Level / CBSE / IGCSE or equivalent qualifications are eligible to pursue Cambridge GCE A Levels.

How to register for Plus Two and A Levels in Nepal?

Prospective students are advised to directly contact the college of their choice to initiate the application process for these courses. They must undergo both an entrance examination and an interview as part of the acceptance procedure.

What is Syllabus or Course Structure of Plus Two and A Levels in Nepal?

The format of the question paper for both courses varies depending on the college; however, typically, questions are structured in a multiple-choice format, often comprising around 100 multiple-choice questions. The allotted time for completing the question paper usually ranges from 75 to 120 minutes.

When does the entrance exam take place?

The scheduling of entrance exams varies according to each college. Nonetheless, A Levels studies commence immediately after the completion of SEE, whereas Plus Two admissions only commence following the announcement of SEE results.

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