A non profit organization Ibtidah for Education (IFE) has launched online crash courses for O and A level students. The 11 weeks courses are prepared to target Cambridge curricula and will help the students appearing for final exams of O levels in April 2023. The course will be taught by Ms Lubna Abdul Ghafoor, a Cambridge Certified Pakistan Studies teacher, however, the course will be started on January 23.

Talking to Academia Magazine, Founder Ibtidah for Education Ms Zeeba Hashmi said, “As this crash course is time-bound for students appearing for their final exams in April this year, the modules here have been carefully prepared by our instructor to cover main Cambridge learning targets in 11 weeks. For this course, past paper practice and individualized care for learning needs will be delivered through interactive live classes. Students are expected to be punctual and mindful of their online class calendar to make the best out of this course.”

She further shed a light on salient features of the course, “Course components are divided into Geography and History sections. These components will focus on the conceptual clarity and recall of the student. Lectures will be delivered through live interactive sessions on Google Meet catering to differentiated learning needs of registered students, the timeline for this course is 2.5 months.”

This course will be delivered through hour-long classes (five days a week), will help students prepare for exams through past paper practice and other learning resources during the google classroom sessions. Students can design an outline of the course according to their specific needs.

The Ibtidah for Education has also announced a special discount for students who refer others a 2.5% discount to students who come in a group of 3 and a 5% discount for students who come in a group of 5.

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Arsalan Haider is a reporter at Academia Mag and has worked with leading national dailies and news channels. He tweets @arsalanhaider14

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