Translation of CSE in Spanish:
nouncountable or uncountable
- (formerly, in UK)Certificate of Secondary Education≈ bachillerato (masculine) elemental ((exámenes que se tomaban alrededor de los 16 años que en la actualidad se han reemplazado por→ GCSE))Example sentences
- I should add that the rot set in when Mrs Thatcher's government tinkered with the system in the name of egalitarianism, by merging the old and demanding O Levels with the less-exacting Certificate of Secondary Education to form the GCSE.
- 1965 The CSE (Certificate of Secondary Education) is introduced for secondary modern pupils, to cater for those not sitting O-levels.
- The education provided follows the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education curriculum and the language of instruction is English.
Definition of CSE in:
- British & World English dictionary
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