Tuesday, 18 October 2011

62 comments:

Nayyara said...

thankyou wonderful explanation!!!so thankful to you!!!thanks alot!!!very comprehensive note!!!

Mubashir Bashir said...

thanks :)

Arooj said...

thank you for sharing your piece of information and knowledge.

Amaz Ahmed said...

Thnk u so much
I wanted 2 know that how many marks are deducted after doing O-Levels and then going to matric

Anonymous said...

Well, this really is a good comparision between both the educational systems, though I still can't decide which one to go for!

Anonymous said...

lpc.... pta nhn zindagi mushkil q bnaa di gayi hai logon k liye...

Laraib said...

THANK YOU!!! its was a good comparision between Matric and O level!!! that brief note guides me very well!!! (y)

Anonymous said...

Allah bless u , u hav given all of us a gud knowledge about both systems

Anonymous said...

Nice..

Anonymous said...

Nice

Anonymous said...

im still confused so plzz telll me what can i do for my son?? can i go for o levels or metric system?

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much very nice!!!

Anonymous said...

appreciate a lot

Anonymous said...

thank u very much but i still confiused tell me wat can i do for my son?????

zaina said...

I wanted to have some knowledge about o levels and that is a lot of knowledge.thanks

adeel ahmad said...

Good Comparison, but without any solid conclusion. But a nice article.
I am selecting O levels for my son, as I believe the O level students are more practical and have more knowledge and grooming than matriculation. Myself done with matric but I think it's time to take the next step, I have interviewed few O level students and they have much clear thoughts and progressive than any ordinary Matric Students.

Laiba said...

Your article is so true!
I have mutual feeling :)
Btw, this is something very informative.

Anonymous said...

Thankyou so much.Very useful article.After reading this article everything is clear to me.Thankyou ,thankyou and thankyou a million times over.:-)

Anonymous said...

wow! just simply wow!
you cleared my doubt... i am doing o'levels while most of my friends have chosen matric and they told me that o'levels is not recommended in Pakistan But this article :D it gave me hope :D Thank You! :D

Anonymous said...

Still confused, not sure weather I should do O levels or Matric.

ammar bharmal said...

thanks for showing me the right path

Taha Waseem said...

Well Elaborated :-)

Kamran Qureshi said...

ager jaib ejazat de to o level nahin to ache numbers se matric karo ..o level kamyabi kii zamant nahin hai........ok

Hasham khan said...

actually i confused betweenO Levels and Aga khan Board

Hashir Sahi-Rana said...

Awesome, thank you! I myself am in the UK, so we do the GCSE here - roughly equating to the IGCSE/O' Level offered by CIE in Pakistan! My cousin's just moved back here to the UK from Pakistan whilst she was in Year 10 there. Having not completed her O' Levels, she arrived in Year 11 - so is now doing her GCSE course here, taking her exams in 2 months' time. :-D

She's said there's a lot of difference between the two courses, but she said the transition has been made easier, owing to her O' Level studies. Had she been doing Matric, she wouldn't have understood the concepts of what she's being taught - as most of the course is known to be learnt by rote.

Karachi Pupils Collegiate said...

Nice Blog

Emii shah said...

20 marks r deducted

Emii shah said...

Laraib ....hav u studied at Apsacs sialkot

Anonymous said...

Hi.. Im 13, and have recently passed 7th grade with 81%. I used to study in an O-levels school (studied 5th & 6th grade from there) But i felt that the studies were really hard and went to The educators. They have a matriculation system here and I'm now in 8th grade..(We have 9th course in 8th grade) I feel that their system really suck & now I want to do O'levels. Should I do my studies from here or go to an O'levels school.. and are there any good O'level schools in Islamabad?

bilal bhutta said...

thnx for giving knowledge

Anonymous said...

But one thing is to be very clear to everyone that matriculation students are also better than olevelers because it depends upon mental approach. I myself studied in a village and I beat the city olevelers in IQ and talent. No doubt that are always considered as the best but considered best by those who are dumb heads. Today I am captain of PIA 747 and I am proudly say that I am a matriculation student. No doubt this kid has given a very appreciative explanation but only for dumb minds. I reached this goal through my extraordinary talent but this all depends upon mental approach. God bless this kid

Anonymous said...

There's also the aga khan board. I chose it instead of sindh board intermediate after olevels, and it happens to be the best decision i've ever made. Brilliantly functional, a curriculum it is. Really helps.

Ammar Sarwar said...

Kindly can you tell me that can we can get admission in Pakistan universities after completing o and a levels?

Anonymous said...

15 percent

Amna Rao said...

Great Explanation....... but i am still confused...

Anonymous said...

AOA
My name is Minahil
I m in 8th standard.
I m very confused that what I have to go for.
I want to know about its fees taken In Lahore schools.
And I also want to know that can I go for medical if I do o levels and a levels?
Regards.

Anonymous said...

Well! That was helpful but I just wanna know that can A- levels be done without doing O- level??
The thing which I personally noted in matriculation system is that concept doesn't matter at all,only cramming /ratta workouts if you want to pass your matrick exam with high marks.Because ratta is considered to be accurate and presise.I don't know that how other boards are doing but in my region .....…..only this work outs.

Anonymous said...

Fees in Lahore schools are:
Beacon house, Rs. 11,000 per month
LGS Rs. 22,000 pm
Aitchison Rs. 25,000 pm
Sicas Rs, 19,000 pm

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Muhammad Ahmed said...

Hello My name is Ahmed
I am in 8th grade
so confused to choose what whether matriculation or o'level as you said if you will go abroad for further studies go for o'levels, look we cannot make a proper decision that whether we will go abroad or not if i say i will go abroad for my further may be cannot go for some reasons we are all not confirm that we can go or, i need something which accepts both in pakistan and abroad

Zainab Fatima said...

I'm in Beaconhouse, 8th grade and I have to chose between matric and O-levels in the next few months. I am planning to go for medical but I am still confused if I should do matric or o-levels so that it will help me in the medical admission tests. What do you prefer?

Unknown said...

I am in 8th grade and I want to ask that whether to do A levels or FSC after O LEVELS if I want to get admission in Pakitan

Aseeb chaudary said...

Excellent, this is great information.

UmmeZoha said...

I did matric and my bro O levels. When we sit and compare our thoughts, we come to know that either Cambridge or local board courses, one who puts hard work, time and dedication succeeds. It's okay to decide for any of these options depending on your financial condition. Only make sure you give time and study honestly. I have seen students with matric and inter doing great in practical fields than O and A levels and vice versa. All is up to your sincere efforts in what you choose in life.

Midhat said...

U make me easier to pick my thoughts on one platform as it was roaming around to meet the answers of my quests...well em going to start taking tuitions for o levels is their anyone who coukd guide me regarding this?

Aphrodite Venus said...

Thats a good thing but it depends on your child,what he want to do in future.If he want to pursue a career in Pakistan as in the case of Medical studies(Doctor),then he must do matric/FSC path which is a way too familiar and benefical in MCAT.But if he want to pursue a career in abroad then go for Olevel/As level path.I had myself done O levels with 5A* which are excellant but farther on to get admitted to Medical colleges then I have to gain maximum marks in FSC.Because there is an Equivalence problem of Olevel/Alevel grades which results in very less aggregate percentage and marks.As the concern of concepts,there is no such thing as Matric and Fsc students having no clear concepts.Its depends on our studing style in that regard KIPS institutes help to clear the concepts of FSC and matric students.They are not less than O/Alevel students.

Ehte said...

Matriculation system is not comparable with O level but believe me guys O level system is very much comparable with Aga Khan Examination board.
In AKUEB you act in a more realistic way with the development of your kids future in Pakistan or any where in the world. The paper technique in AKU board is very logical and just like O level. No parents can predict that they might able to send there children abroad or not due to gigantic expenses or low grades in the race of A* in every subject. So please be realistic and adopt Win Win situation be safe and adopt AKU EB for your children from initial stage its very much inclined to O level and also not that much expensive and its more transparent, scoring and logical for our children.
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Unknown said...

an excellent explanation. Helping for parents like us who are at cross roads to choose for a better system in Pakistan. I decide to go for O levels..

muznah imran said...

For all students or overseas students

muznah imran said...

Why 15 percent r deducted? Can u explan

muznah imran said...

But After O level why u r going to matric? U should to go college?

ashar zafar said...

Thanks!I am also suffering from the same thing!! But this helps a lot.

ashar zafar said...

I cannot decide that which field I should choose. Please let me know.

Abdul wahid Qureshi Kohat said...

thnx for providing useful information

Unknown said...

Thnx it was helpful article

Unknown said...

im still confused!!

Lily IQbal IQbaL said...

Laiba ejaz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Directioner_ Ch said...

salam,i am really confused please tell me what to choose board or o levels i think o level is difficult so please tell me what to choose?? and thanks for this knowledge

Directioner_ Ch said...

i am in foundation public school hyd and there is both systems so what should i choose i want to be a doctor

Malik Nabeel said...

Thanks for the sharing of this helpful article, keep sharing like this, god bless u, I'm glad to see this amuse info on your blog,

Anonymous said...

This article is very helpful...I am in Grade 8 and I am planning to do O-Levels and then FSC as I am planning to become an engineer plz suggest which field should i choose?

syed shuja said...

is it really true when you said that O level and A level is accepted worldwide. By that you mean only in UK or America or should it be considered as an excuse for the so-called "developed countries" to monopolize education as you adequately put that matriculation is more affordable and considered as a standard among the masses. For me O and A levels only causes heterogeneity in our schooling system, the same quality and improved standards can very well be introduced in matriculation and there are people rigorously working on that, even if you look at our neighbor India it possesses a homogeneous system.

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