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Mayank Katela | 4 days ago

IGCSE has a quite tougher curriculum as compared to CBSE. Also, IGCSE schools aren't run or overlooked by government, so they've a better administration and are also better maintained as compared to most of the CBSE schools.

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Bilvaa Learning | 2 days ago

The question is too broad. But I can give you some useful inputs. The CBSE schools are more common. Standard of englsih is usually a bit higher in IGCSE. The standard of math may be a bit lower also. But the questions and exam formats are a bit different. The IGCSE has more flexibility, but there a re very few schools for this system so eventually the choice becomes limited. We know fairly well about Chennai, but Bangalore has relatively more IGCSE schools, than Chennai, but still CBSE are maximum. There may be some system in IGCSE where you register for the exms and do not have to go to school. You need to check it with the IGCSE sites and enquire with some schools, which offer this. There are some subjects which you can study on your own. This board seems to have a flexbility. But I am not 100% sure how it works. There are not many people who have tried out this, since home schooling is very rare in India.

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Manisha Jain | 4 days ago

It completely depend on your practice and your hard work.

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Reine Roy | 2 days ago

My dear friend, It's very nice to know that you are looking forward to learning French. I assure you will never regret this decision of yours. One thing that you must always remember while learning a language is that dedication towards that language which in your case is French is of the highest importance and I am pretty much sure that you have a lot of it. Secondly, you must get through all the necessary stuff like learning vocabulary and grammar. If you can do some conversation practice and make yourself comfortable with writing in French which I surely believe will develop over time, you'll never have to look back. No one can tell you how much time you might need to attain perfection. It's for you to discover and you surely will as you follow the aforesaid methods of learning and above all, believe in yourself. I wish you all the luck in the world in your endeavour. Thanks.

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Harsimran | 16 Feb

I would suggest you to build your interest in language and then go for a diploma course. First go to some local person who teaches French. It would cost you Rs. 500 per class or maybe less maybe more but it will give you the exposure for the language and then you can enroll in some good institute for course that would cost you around Rs. 40000 for full A1(a module+ b module+ c module)

Kaushal | 17 Feb

Hi Level A Basic English Course is Rs. 8000 for 2.5 months curriculum.

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Shailendra Kumar | 23 Jan

Being a citizen of global world, It is always good to have knowledge of Foreign language.

Rahul Saxena | 08 Feb

Fluency in any Foreign Language can accelerate your career fast and also its give you more idea to think different than others. Its learn you about the culture of Foreign country. So its best to learn any foreign language.

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Jyotsna Vartak | 21 Jan

I conduct french classes and the fees for these are Rs. 350/- per hour. It takes Approximately 45 to 50 hours to complete each level.

M Raghu Rami Reddy | 03 Feb

Rs. 500 per hour or 1000 per session which include 2 hours class.

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