Qatar's SEC readies students for university with new course
- Qatar: Monday, September 17 - 2012 at 12:19
Qatar's Supreme Education Council (SEC) has introduced a new subject for students of the final two years of higher secondary classes in independent schools, with effect from this academic year, Gulf Times has reported. The Pre-University Skills Course has been designed to develop the students' skills in English language as well as enabling them to score well in the admission tests for entry into universities. Students will also have access to research papers on the future scope in different disciplines including medicine, engineering and management.
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