Courses

 

IB/MYP 

I/GCSE 

GCE

SAT/ ACT

MCAT

Admissions

Our Tutors 

 

English

Maths

Sciences

Physics

Chemistry 

Biology 

Humanities

Economics

Chinese 

Admissions 

 

Hudson Academy 

IB I/GCSE SAT Tutorial Class 

6B, Vulcan House, 

21-23 Leighton road, 

Causeway Bay 

香港銅鑼灣禮頓道21-23號

均峰商業大廈6樓B室

 

G/F, Kai Fung Building, 

102 Hill Road, 

Mid-Levels West

香港西半山山道102號

家鳳樓地下店舖

 



16/F, Two Grand Century Place, 193 Prince Edward Road West, Mongkok 

九龍旺角太子道西193號新世紀廣場2座16樓 

 

 

  • Facebook App Icon
  • LinkedIn App Icon

Tel: 2517-8622  I  hudsonacademyhk@gmail.com

© 2015 Hudson Academy Limited 



CANADA 

Marine Gateway

450 Southwest Marine Drive, 

Vancouver, BC, V5X0C3

 

 

I/GCSE and A-Level

 

 

 

At the I/GCSE level, there are a few major exam boards which are namely Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), Edexcel and the AQA. The I/GCSE is a curriculum widely used in the United Kingdom and many overseas school to prepare for its name-sake exam in grade 10 or the fifth form. The curriculum has an international version, which is generally regarded as more rigorous and is more widely used in international and independent schools outside of United Kingdom. For instance the English School Foundation and German Swiss International School in Hong Kong are known to have adopted the I/GCSE curriculum for many years.

 

Subject requirements vary slightly depending on the school, but generally speaking students are required to take one course from each subject group such as English, Maths, Sciences and Humanities. Choice of university major may affect subject choice at this level. 

 

Compared to the IBMYP program, some would argue that the I/GCSE curriulum is more structured and is a better benchmark in assessing a student's academic knowledge on a specific topic. 

 

In the exam each student is given a grade of A* to G of which the grade A is subdivided into A*  and A.