NATIONS 6TH FORM COLLEGE
Nations School of Sixth Form Studies is the International Centre in Guyana for Cambridge Assessment International Education. A Levels are the leading educational assessment around the world and provide learners with a passport to success in education, university and employment. Students studying at Nations Sixth Form College can choose from a selection of 16 different A Level courses.
A Level syllabuses are divided into two parts; The AS Syllabus, which is covered in the first year of 6th Form, and AL which is covered in the second year. The system however allows for considerable flexibility e.g. it is possible to do both the AS and AL in one year in some subjects such as Psychology, Sociology and Business.
Our dynamic and well-qualified staff members have many years of teaching experience particularly with the A-Level syllabi and guide and nurture students to their full potential. Nations School of Sixth Form Studies is one of the largest Sixth Form providers in Guyana, welcoming students from top secondary schools throughout the country. It is the school of choice for many.
In addition to rigorous studies, the School has a service component whereby the students work one hour per week on a service project in the school or the wider community. Debates, Entrepreneur Day, Math and Science Challenge Day and a number of Inter-House sporting competitions and clubs ensure a varied educational experience for students.
The Sixth Form building is air-conditioned, well equipped and has ample space. The students are provided with computer facilities. Computer Labs, a Science Lab, Common Room, Gymnasium and a Student Services Department contributes to overall success.
Nations School of Sixth Form Studies offers a number of scholarships to students of high ability who may be in need of such assistance. Successful candidates would then be expected to maintain a certain grade point average each term to maintain the scholarship.
Contact Dr O'Toole for more details about the scholarships.
Environmental Management (AS Only)
Global Perspectives & Research
Travel & Tourism
The will to succeed is important, but what’s more important is the will to prepare.
– Bobby Knight
SAT PREPARATION CLASSES
To enter a college or university in the United States students must take SAT. Colleges require SAT because it measures the skills you need for academic and career success.
SAT is a globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well you can apply that knowledge. It tests your knowledge of reading, writing and math — subjects that are taught every day in high school classrooms. Almost all colleges and universities in the United States use SAT to make admission decisions..
Taking SAT is the first step in finding the right college for you, the places where you can further develop your skills and pursue your passions.
The classes will include specific test-taking tips and techniques, including:
Knowing what to expect from the test.
Practicing the types of questions.
Being familiar with the number of questions and the order.
Knowing the test directions.
Learning how to pace yourself.
Learning when and how to guess.
Knowing how to identify the easiest questions.
Learning specific approaches for each of the six types of test questions.
ONE YEAR PRE LAW PROGRAMME
This programme equips persons with the entry requirements for the LLB degree from the University of London. For persons with 5 CSEC or IGCSE subjects at Grade 3 or above, a one year Pre Law course is undertaken comprising Cambridge University Advanced Subsidiary and Advanced Level courses in Law and Sociology. Students can choose to study either during the day or three evenings per week.
Students, however, who are over 21 years of age you can gain entrance to the LLB programme with one AL (Grade C or above) or 2 AS at Grade C or above.
The examinations are held each year in May / June.