High school students who do not cover A-Levels in the syllabus can be judged, based on their 17th grade or above, a certificate in O-Level English with a grade of C or IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 5.5. If a student from high school, plans to take their A-Levels, the university will consider his or her application based on that. A-Levels are, and always are, essential for admission, even for high school students, for the top 15 traditional universities.
For students from private schools, successful completion of three A-Levels is required. Accepted grades may vary depending on the university and course. It is also necessary to have an O-Level English language exam with a grade of C or IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550