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Academics

Curriculum

Built on the globally recognized and flexible curriculum of Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), a wide range of subjects are offered to students at Advance Subsidiary (AS or first year of A Level) and Advance Level (A2 or second and final year of A Level) that can help you secure your place at top universities around the world and in Pakistan through Credo College.

The academic blocks at Credo can be mixed realistically so as to accentuate career paths in commerce, engineering, medical and humanities.

Commerce

  • Accounting
  • Business
  • Economics

Science

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

Humanities

  • Art & Design
  • Media Studies
  • English Language
  • Law
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Urdu

Tuition-free Strategy

In a nutshell, at Credo the student will simply not require any external assistance privately or at a center. Period.

Students have diverse learning styles and Credo provides them with a unique learning program which strengthens all the links between arriving at college and later engaging in self-study at home.

A Level is more than twice as tough as O Level, therefore a systematic self-study plan at home is crucial in completing A Level successfully e.g. four hours of focused self-study. Credo College provides a 360° counseling service to students with the support of parents, and that is able to ensure that students remain resilient and determined in overcoming academic obstacles.

  1. Structured classroom lectures by subject teachers.

  2. Reinforcement and practice classes by specially appointed Peer Tutors.

The mission of Credo is to let no student be left behind academically and for this very purpose students are regularly counseled and parents engaged for the larger betterment of students.

Examination System

The students of A Level and due to their age group, can be quite mercurial. At Credo, we know for a fact that these millennials are destined to achieve remarkable success in life if they are steered in the right direction.

This basic idea has been behind all the efforts at Credo College – to ensure that students genuinely enjoy all aspects of college life – be it the classroom lecture or the various interactions they experience daily.

Every teacher and every member of staff goes the extra mile to create an academic ambiance which reflects the inspirations and aspirations of this generation, and within the larger picture at Credo is the examination system entailing monthly subject tests and full-fledged mid-term and mock examinations on the exact pattern of CAIE.

Homework and Past papers

For each subject a student will periodically receive homework which is assigned with the objective of preparing students for the monthly test and subsequently the college and CAIE examinations.

One key performance indicator of a student’s success level is the solution of past papers both in college and at home. In college, mostly topical past papers are focused on i.e. upon completion of a topic, a relevant question from any one specific year of CAIE exams will be assigned to students. However, at home it is of absolute significance that students solve up to 15 years of past papers, and later get them checked by their teacher or associate teacher (self-checking will not be accurate).

Study Kits

The college provides academic resources to students such as subject notes, study guides and other comprehensive study material and that serve as a power pack for the gradual preparation for tests and examinations. The study kit as a whole is referred by the teachers and developed for both years of A Level.

Workshops

As the CAIE finals approach, in the month of April and later in May, exclusive revision workshops are organized for all subjects in order to refresh the entire syllabi and complete the overall practice process. Additionally, these workshops prove to be beneficial to receive the final guidance and tips from the teachers.

FACULTY

Commerce Faculty

Rohail Ahmed

Accounting

Adeel Paperwala

Accounting

Ammar Samana

Accounting

Sohail Ahmed

Business

Muzammil Abbas

Economics

Kamran Abdul Salam

Business

Zeeshan Ansari

Business

Danish Tabassum

Business

Saeed Surti

Business

Murtaza Zai

Economics

Asif Farooq

Economics

Anas Sheikh

Economics

Daniyal Aslam

Economics

Science & Mathematics Faculty

Shahab Yakoob

Mathematics

Saud Barlas

Mathematics

Shahzaib Latafat

Mathematics

Bilal Yaseen

Mathematics 

Waqas Khan

Mathematics

Adeel Jatoi

Mathematics

Faizan Mirza

Biology

Dr. Yahya Khan

Biology

Saqib Alauddin

Physics & Chemistry

Sher Ali Khatri

Physics

Rahat Hussain

Chemistry

Ghazi Hassan

Chemistry

Kashan Rashid

Physics

Syed Fahad Ali

Physics

Mehboob Khan

Physics

M. Immad Ullah

Physics

Moosa Bin Hashmat

Chemistry

Aaqib Khan

Computer Science

Muhammad Wasiq

Computer Science

Sami Khatri

Computer Science

Humanities Faculty

Bilal Zindani

Law

Rubeena Shafiq

Art & Design

Fareeha Kanwal

English

Samiullah Pathan

Sociology 

Hafiz Suleman

Urdu

Khurram Rizvi

Media Studies

Bilal Hassan

Psychology