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universities don't look at igcse they look at AS or A2. the only igcse grade that matter is maths where you need a D and English which i think is a E. Igcse is just to get into the said AS or A2 course


The correct spelling for the "icgse" is the "iGCSE".The"International General Certificate of Secondary Education" (abbreviated "IGCSE" or "iGCSE") is the internationally recognized qualification first developed by the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) in 1988, for students primarily between 14 to 16 of age.By recognition, qualification standards and primary developer, the "iGCSE" is equivalent to the "Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education 'Ordinary' Level Examinations".By measure of difficulty, the "Singapore-Cambridge General Certificate of Education 'Ordinary' Level Examinations" surpasses the "iGCSE" and therefore, not equivalent by measure of difficulty.However, the acceptance of both certificates as entrance to particular universities or colleges are deemed equal.


yes it is, in fact i took it for my IGCSE examinations this year. I guess it's required in some universities.


universities dont look at igcse they look at AS or A2


Yes you can, but It depends on the university.


international general certificate of secondary english.


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International General Certificate of Secondary Education


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!


ICSE is Indian Certificate of Secondary Education but igcse is international certificate of secondary education. Its used only in India & a few other countries IGCSE : is the International General Cambridge Secondary Examinations syllabus held in more than 120 countries in the world. It is based from University of Cambridge UK.


yes , it is accepted to make sure go to www.britishcouncil.org/sudan.htm


International General Certificate of Secondary Education:second highest award apart from A*


None, iGCSE's are the equivalent of a Junior High School graduation diploma in Japan. To get into a University in Japan you must first either graduate from Japanese high school or pass the Daiken exams, then you must pass the entrance exam for the specific University.


ICSE is better then IGCSE


you will need 60% to get a C in IGCSE


The main difference between the IGCSE Core and the IGCSE Extended is the amount of complexity. The Extended version contains more complex and thorough questions that are not found in Core.


What I've heard is that IGCSE syllabus includes teaching hands on. The 3-hour exam is split into two 1 1/2 hour exams. The method of teaching is more application oriented. The syllabus is oriented to improve mental/thinking/creative abilities of students whereas ICSE and CBSE have more of a theoretical approach. The only problem is that it's very difficult to see, before putting your kids in a specific school, if such school is equipped with such qualified teachers. Nowadays many schools are starting to offer IGCSE whether or not they have proper infrastructure available, mostly because there is more inflow of funds in the form of tuition fee. IGCSE syllabus targets students to apply for universities in western countries after 12th grade. The issue with IGCSE is that the final exams are in May and their results are declared in August. This is cumbersome since most competitive exams for State Engineering/Medical colleges, IITs, and BITS take place in May. Therefore, kids who have taken IGCSE won't be able to take such competitive exams and won't be able to secure merit seats. For them, the only option would be to pay donation and join colleges under management quota if they decide to stay in India. Unless the system assures the students somehow to be able to apply for/secure merit seats in Indian undergraduate colleges, it's not pragmatic for students to take up IGCSE. --Satsheila However, more recently(2014), IGCSE has introduced an additional March exam schedule for India (in addition to regular October and May schedules). Check with affiliated schools if they allow students to take exams in March. -Sudheer.


Igcse exams are not really hard . And a fact that people didn't know is that they have a curve .


The "General Certificate of Education 'Ordinary' Level Examination", otherwise known as the "GCE 'O' Level" or the "O Levels" is internationally-recognized qualification to determine the capabilities of middle-secondary students.Taking the examination would also ease transferring process to other educational institutions, as sitting for this provides a recognized and standardized idea of a students educational performance.Excelling the "GCE 'O' Level" would also sometimes help in application to colleges or universities, for that it provides a strong foundation behind the consistency of a student in the Secondary Education.However, it is advisable to take the "International General Certificate of Secondary Education" (abbreviated as "IGSCE" or "iGCSE") or the "General Certificate of Secondary Education" (abbreviated as "GCSE") instead for a more updated qualification.


the threshold in igcse is the pastpapers followed by the exellent use of the mark sheme (published by examiners ) that answer is enough.


igcse is more beneficial for those students who want to make their future in foreign countries such as U.K. igcse does not require any ILETS test you get straight admission in university or collage.


Yes, it is worth doing.The "General Certificate of Education 'Ordinary' Level Examination", otherwise known as the "GCE 'O' Level" or the "O Levels" is internationally-recognized qualification to determine the capabilities of middle-secondary students.Taking the examination would also ease transferring process to other educational institutions, as sitting for this provides a recognized and standardized idea of a students educational performance.Excelling the "GCE 'O' Level" would also sometimes help in application to colleges or universities, for that it provides a strong foundation behind the consistency of a student in the Secondary Education.However, it is advisable to take the "International General Certificate of Secondary Education" (abbreviated as "IGSCE" or "iGCSE") or the "General Certificate of Secondary Education" (abbreviated as "GCSE") instead for a more updated qualification.


igcse is the better one because most people get used to studying alot and they will get a great success in the college


How about if Im Igcse what would be the requirement of being a zoologist? How about if Im Igcse what would be the requirement of being a zoologist?


The curriculum leads to nationally and internationally recognized qualifications. CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) ICSE (Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations) SSC & HSC (Secondary and Higher School Certificate) IGCSE, A & O Level (Cambridge International Examinations)



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