IB and GSCE are two different educational programs. IB is the acronym for International Baccalaureate. It used to be called IBO (International Baccalaureate Organization). IB is a worldwide organization with headquarters in Switzerland. The organization was founded in 1968. IB is highly regarded by universities. The exam is conducted twice in a year, usually in May and November.
GCSE is the acronym for General Certificate of Secondary Education. It was started in 1986. The first GSCE exam was conducted in 1988. GCSE is an academic qualification typically taken by students between the ages of 14 to 16. The international version of this exam is called IGCSE which is written all around the world. GSCE exam grades are from Grade 1 to 9 this replaced grade A-G that were formally used. Hope you find this information helpful.
I would say this is a CAT because the instructor is gathering information about what the students have learned and then responding to the class.
Hidden or secret messages is a message that can’t be seen by the eye when you first look at it. Actually, you must interpret the message by decoding the message. This can be done by the few clues that are usually given either in the message or knowledge already known. Some message are hidden in pictures. Sometimes the clue is a word or phrase.
When it is reversed, the message may be made known. Some messages are not intended to be figured out by everyone. It takes minutes or hours to decode the message. Once one part of the message is decoded, then you usually can decode the rest. In the message, the word “shnoppy” is explained as part of a phrase.
The correct answer to this question is E. Typical ingredients in mayonnaise, colloquially known as mayo, include egg yolk, lemon juice, white wine vinegar, Dijon mustard, canola oil, and salt. There are many different variations on these ingredients, making multiple flavors of mayo; regardless of which ingredients are used they are combined into a stable emulsion.
The ingredient used in the biggest quantity is an oil like canola or olive, placing mayonnaise into the food group of oils and fats. This makes mayo a delicious addition to foods such as sandwiches, or as a dipping sauce, or any time a little additional fat or oil is needed.
Option D - When Yoshiro saw the beautiful cabin by the lake, he was happy.
A is wrong because a semicolon (;) is use to separate major sentence elements. This is a continuing sentence, no need for a semicolon.
B - no need for a comma (,) after beautiful
C - I do not think there is a need for a comma after 'cabin'.
The answer says both A and A and B- which is wrong and confusing... please correct?! Thank you!
Jamal’s GPA, or grade point average, is a 3.6. To calculate this, all you need is a simple calculator. The first thing you do is multiply four (the number of points for each “A”) by 0.7 (the percentage of “A”s that Jamal has, but in decimal form). This gives you 2.8. Next, you repeat with the “B”s and “C”s that Jamal has. These give you 0.6 and 0.2, respectively. Finally, you add it all up to get 3.6.
This method can be adapted to fit any other weighted grading system that you come across. All you need to know is how much each of the letter grades is worth, and what percentage of a student’s grades fall into each of those letter grades.