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This chart presents the basic facts about the British educational system. Put in the missing elements.


age
school
3-5

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

For very young children. Not compulsory. Usually parents have to pay for it.
5-11

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

Compulsory education.
11-16

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

Compulsory. There are two kinds of secondary schools: comprehensive schools are for everyone, while grammar schools are selective (admit children on the basis of their academic ability).
16

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

You can leave school now and find a job, or go to a college for vocational training, or stay at school for two more years.
16-18

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

Those students who want to study at university stay at school for two more years.
18

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

Most students take “A” levels in three different subjects.
18->

A levels

colleges and universities

nursery school

primary school

school leaving exams: GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education)

secondary school

the sixth form

The places at universities are limited. Whether you can study a particular topic at a particular university depends on how well you do in your “A” levels.


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