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Degrees and transitional authorizations

Graduates from IGS Selters

The following qualifications and authorizations can be acquired at the integrated comprehensive school:

  • the completion of the special vocational qualification (special needs students at the end of class 9)
  • the completion of the professional qualification (at the end of grade 9)
  • the qualified lower secondary qualification (at the end of grade 10)
  • the entitlement to transition to grade 11 of the upper level (at the end of grade 10)
  • the school part of the advanced technical college entrance qualification (at the end of level 12)
  • the general higher education entrance qualification (Abitur) (at the end of level 13)

From grade 8 onwards, the pupils receive six-monthly graduation forecasts that show which school graduation can at least be achieved according to their current level of performance.

Levels (courses) and subjects:

For the various qualifications, at the end of grades 9 and 10 different conditions be fulfilled:

Courses in grades 7 - 8:G-course and E-courseEnglish, math
Class 9 courses:G-course and E-courseGerman, English, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology
Class 10 courses:

E1-Course and E2 - Course

German, English, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, (French)

The G course (basic course) corresponds to a lower level of learning and performance,
the e-course (extension course) a higher level of learning and performance.

The E1 course (extension course 1) corresponds to the middle,
the E2 course (extension course 2) the highest level of learning and performance.

(The assignment in the G, E, E1 or E2 course depends on the Performance- andWork behavior the student.)

Graduation special vocational qualification (special school regulations)

(Pupils with a special focus on "learning")

Grade conditions

At least sufficient performance in all subjects.

1) At most one major from D, Ma, WPF under sufficient.
2) Other subjects: a maximum of three subjects below sufficient

Completion of vocational qualification (ÜSchO §74)

Grade conditions:
E courses are increased by one grade better converted to G-course level,
E.g .: E-course sufficient = G-course satisfactory

1) After the conversion all G-course grades at least sufficient Services.
2) Other subjects sufficient.

Compensation regulations: grades below sufficient (after conversion to G level)

Are grades below sufficient in one or two subjects ...... the conclusion is reached.
Lying in the compartments Mathematics and German Grades below sufficient ...... one of these subjects must be balanced by an E or WPF.
Are grades below sufficient in three subjects ...... one subject has to be balanced.

Lie with it in the subjects of mathematics and German grades below sufficient ...

... must be one of these subjects first be balanced.
Are grades below sufficient in four subjects ...... is the end Not reached.

Promotion to grade 10 (ÜSchO §67)

Grade conditions:

E courses are increased by one grade better converted to G-course level,
E.g .: E-course satisfactory = G-course good (E3 = G2)

After converting to G level: the grades in
1) everyone differentiated subjects satisfactory,
2) everyone non-differentiated subjects are sufficient.

 

If there is a shortfall in a subject ...... the transfer is possible.
If there is a shortfall in each of two subjects ...... these have to be balanced.
If there are two shortfalls in a subject ...... these have to be balanced.
Are there any shortfalls in three subjects ...... these have to be balanced.
Lies in four compartments or in three of them
two from Ma, D, E, shortfalls before ...
... the transfer is not possible.

 

Qualified secondary qualification I (§75)

Grade conditions:E2 courses are converted one grade better to E1.

1) E1 courses are at least sufficient.
2) Other subjects at least sufficient.

If there is a shortfall in a subject ...... the graduation is reached.
Is there a shortfall in each of two subjects ...
... these have to be balanced.
Are there two shortfalls in a subject ...
... these have to be balanced.
Are there shortfalls in three subjects ...
... these have to be balanced.

Lies in four compartments or in three of them
two come from Ma, D, E, falling below ...

... is the end Not reached.

Shortfalls in main subjects:
Shortfalls in German, the first foreign language and mathematics can only be compensated within this subject group or by means of an elective subject.

 

Eligibility for transition to upper secondary school (§30 / 3)

 E2 courses are converted one grade better to E1 course level.
Example: E2 course sufficient = E1 course satisfactory
Grade conditions:1. in E1 courses at least the grade satisfactory,
2. At least the grade sufficient in all non-differentiated subjects.
If one grade is below the required minimum grade ...... the authorization has been achieved.
Are there shortfalls in two or three subjects ...... must all be balanced.
If a subject is two or more grades below ...... these have to be balanced.
Are there shortfalls in three subjects ...... only one subject from D, E, Ma may be included and all subjects must be balanced.

Shortfalls in D, E, Ma: Compensation with D, E, Ma, WPF
Shortfalls in the other differentiated and non-differentiated subjects: After conversion to E1: Compensation through subjects at the same level or any non-differentiated subjects.

(Source: School regulations for Rhineland-Palatinate from 01.08.2018)