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We offer tuition help and support for the following subjects for Cambridge IGCSE:

● Arabic
● English as a Second Language
● Business Studies
● Geography
● Environmental Management
● Travel and Tourism
● Combined Science
● History
● Information Technology
● Computer Science

Cambridge IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education):

– Cambridge IGCSE is an internationally recognized qualification for students typically aged 14 to 16.

– Administered by Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE).

– Offers a diverse and flexible curriculum covering various subjects including sciences, humanities, languages, and the arts.

– Curriculum designed to be relevant.

– A* (highest grade) to G (lowest passing grade).

– A* being the top grade, and G representing a basic pass.

New Grading System (9 to 1):

– 9 (highest grade) to 1 (lowest passing grade).

– Grade 9 corresponds to the old A* grade, and Grade 1 is equivalent to the old G grade.

– Assessment is primarily exam-based, with some subjects incorporating coursework or practical components.

– Varied question formats, including multiple-choice, short answer, and essay questions.

– Subjects are categorized into groups such as languages, humanities, sciences, and mathematics.

– Students can choose a combination of subjects based on their interests and career aspirations.

– Courses are available at two levels: Core and Extended.

– Core level covers grades C to G, while Extended level covers grades A* to E.

– Cambridge IGCSE is widely recognized by universities, employers, and educational institutions worldwide.

– Acts as a stepping stone for further education, including A-levels or the International Baccalaureate (IB).

– Some subjects include practical components, fostering hands-on learning and skills development.

– Practical assessments are often a part of subjects like sciences.

– In addition to final exams, some subjects involve continuous assessment through coursework, projects, or oral assessments.

– Allows for a more comprehensive evaluation of students’ skills.

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