The fees for the IGCSE in Sudan?
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What is the difference between igcse core aand igcse extended?
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Will Universities accept E grade in IGCSE?
Does Moi university Eldoret admit students from IGCSE to the medical school?
What are the educational requirements of being a zoologist?
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Is Arabic IGCSE accepted for the admission to Sudanese universities?
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Is is possible to get into top universities with bad IGCSE but great IB?
Weird, I just happened to be speaking about this to one of my teachers today. I was worried that my IGCSE score would be bad due to my failure in Chemistry and Physics (subjects which are mandatory). For next year my IB will start and I will definitely not be doing those two as it will also decrease my IB score and I pretty much suck at them. Is your situation similar? When I told my teacher about this they said that usually Universities will look at both your IB and IGCSE score when going into Universities but will look more into your IGCSE score. If you were to get a great IB score (e.g. 35) Universities won't pay attention to your IGCSE. So to answer your question and conclude my statement you can get into a top university with IGCSE and great IB. p.s. How bad is bad for your IGCSE and what is your idea for "great" IB score? Hope I could be a help!
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What is the capital of south Sudan(north)?
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What difference between igcse and gcse?
IGCSE's are internationally recognised whilst gcse's are not. schools today in the UK are changing their syllabuses's to suit the igcse curriculum as they believe it is a truer measure of one's capabilities. you see, IGCSE's are much harder than gcse's with regards to content of syllabus and examinations. Igcse is internationally recognized and being taken in most parts of the world so in theory if you can ace an igcse exam then the gcse should be a walk in the park.