ADMISSIONS

ADMISSIONS

THE ADMISSION PROCESS:

1 – Submit an Online Application:

Start by submitting the online application form.

2 – Test:

  • Students applying for O’Levels have to take a test that assesses their previous education and decides their eligibility for admission into Hexis College’s O’Levels programme.
  • Students applying for A’Levels have to take a test designed to assess their eligibility for the subjects they are applying for along with their general knowledge and mental maturity.

3 – Interview:

On passing the admission test, the interview process begins. Students are provided with details, including date, time, persons to meet and topics to be discussed, about the interview process.

4 – Offer Extended:

An admission offer is issued to each student offered admission into Hexis College. It will contain an offer letter, programme details and acceptance forms. A student is officially admitted once the acceptance forms have been received by Hexis College Admission department.

THE ADMISSION PROCESS:

1 – Submit an Online Application:

Start by submitting the online application form.

2 – Test:

  • Students applying for O’Levels have to take a test that assesses their previous education and decides their eligibility for admission into Hexis College’s O’Levels programme.
  • Students applying for A’Levels have to take a test designed to assess their eligibility for the subjects they are applying for along with their general knowledge and mental maturity.

3 – Interview:

On passing the admission test, the interview process begins. Students are provided with details, including date, time, persons to meet and topics to be discussed, about the interview process.

4 – Offer Extended:

An admission offer is issued to each student offered admission into Hexis College. It will contain an offer letter, programme details and acceptance forms. A student is officially admitted once the acceptance forms have been received by Hexis College Admission department.

For O Level Programme

  • Mid-year and Final Year reports of Grade 8 from your school.
  • A signed copy of the Standard Terms and Conditions of Hexis College.
  • Your Grade 8 teacher’s recommendation for your elective fields (Science/Commerce).
  • A sealed principal’s report, which may be mailed directly by your school

For A Level Programme

  • Grades 9 and 10 mid-year and final year reports.
  •  Attested certificates of your O’Levels already taken.
  •  A signed copy of the Standard Terms and Conditions of Hexis College.
  •  Sealed teacher’s recommendations, preferably in your elective subjects or related pre-requisites.
  •  A sealed principal’s report, which may be mailed directly by your school.

For O Level Programme

  • Mid-year and Final Year reports of Grade 8 from your school.
  • A signed copy of the Standard Terms and Conditions of Hexis College.
  • Your Grade 8 teacher’s recommendation for your elective fields (Science/Commerce).
  • A sealed principal’s report, which may be mailed directly by your school

For A Level Programme

  • Grades 9 and 10 mid-year and final year reports.
  •  Attested certificates of your O’Levels already taken.
  •  A signed copy of the Standard Terms and Conditions of Hexis College.
  •  Sealed teacher’s recommendations, preferably in your elective subjects or related pre-requisites.
  •  A sealed principal’s report, which may be mailed directly by your school.

Fee Structure for O & A Level

DISCIPLINEGRADEADMISSION FEE (RS.)SECURITY DEPOSIT (RS.)TUITION FEE (RS.)LAB CHARGES (RS.)
O LevelGrade 937,00010,00010,100-
O LevelGrade 1042,00010,00012,200-
O LevelGrade 11 25,00010,00013,250-
A LevelAS42,00010.00016,4002,000*
A LevelA2-10,00017,600*2,000*

*Lab fee per subject per month

Fee Structure for O & A Level

DISCIPLINEGRADEADMISSION FEE (RS.)SECURITY DEPOSIT (RS.)TUITION FEE (RS.)LAB CHARGES (RS.)
O LevelGrade 937,00010,00010,100-
O LevelGrade 1042,00010,00012,200-
O LevelGrade 11 25,00010,00013,250-
A LevelAS42,00010.00016,4002,000*
A LevelA2-10,00017,600*2,000*

*Lab fee per subject per month

Counseling

All students are offered a full programme of careers-related seminars given by speakers eminent in their field. These inspiring talks are particularly pertinent when a student is formulating university choices.

Each student is assigned to a counselor, whose role is to supervise students’ academic progress, university applications and general welfare. Counselors have light teaching loads, enabling them to be freely available to students, parents and subject tutors. Regular individual meetings are held to discuss test results, progress in class, homework and reports.

Parents are encouraged to communicate with counselor on a regular basis and informal meetings between parents, students and tutors provide a constructive forum for assessing progress.

All students are offered a full programme of careers-related seminars given by speakers eminent in their field. These inspiring talks are particularly pertinent when a student is formulating university choices.

Each student is assigned to a counselor, whose role is to supervise students’ academic progress, university applications and general welfare. Counselors have light teaching loads, enabling them to be freely available to students, parents and subject tutors. Regular individual meetings are held to discuss test results, progress in class, homework and reports.

Parents are encouraged to communicate with counselor on a regular basis and informal meetings between parents, students and tutors provide a constructive forum for assessing progress.

Counseling

All students are offered a full programme of careers-related seminars given by speakers eminent in their field. These inspiring talks are particularly pertinent when a student is formulating university choices.

Each student is assigned to a counselor, whose role is to supervise students’ academic progress, university applications and general welfare. Counselors have light teaching loads, enabling them to be freely available to students, parents and subject tutors. Regular individual meetings are held to discuss test results, progress in class, homework and reports.

Parents are encouraged to communicate with counselor on a regular basis and informal meetings between parents, students and tutors provide a constructive forum for assessing progress.