There is a cloud of smoke around the IGCSE program. From the most talked IGCSE syllabus to the accessibility and the number of schools affiliated with it has piqued a lot of curiosity over the years. On top of that, there are so many choices around and as a parent, you are bound to get confused. On one hand, you want your child to have the best education and on the other, concerned what if it gets too challenging for them. Furthermore, taking a financially suitable decision is also crucial.
All in all, we understand your confusion. So, let’s clear the air and get to the crux of this program. We’ll take you through a detailed FAQ about the details of IGCSE curriculum, the scope of IGCSE in India and of course, IGCSE pros and cons.
So, let’s begin:
The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is an English language examination and a globally recognized certification developed by the University of Cambridge International Examinations. This examination came into being in the year 1988 and is taken by students at the level of standard 10th of the CBSE or ICSE board.
Students who qualify for this examination are eligible to apply for A-level qualifications in US and UK universities as IGCSE is considered equivalent to GCSE in the UK. The curriculum is further divided into IGCSE Core and IGCSE Extended for some subjects taking into consideration the different intellectual abilities of the children.
According to the cambrifgeinternational.org, students have an option of around 70 subjects choose as per the Cambridge IGCSE. More than 190 schools in India are offering this curriculum. Students can select a minimum of 5 subjects to a maximum of 14 subjects depending upon what they prefer to choose, IGCSE Core of IGCSE Extended program.
Following is an overview of the subject included in the IGCSE syllabus:
To know more about the detailed IGCSE syllabus 2020, click here.
This sums up the article from the objectives of IGCSE to the pros and cons of this program. Everything you need to need to know before you make a decision. This education program provides excellent knowledge and skills to make the students ready to face any challenge and settle anywhere across the world. But on the other hand, it is not accessible compared to the CBSE board and also heavy on the monetary side. It is important to consider all the pros and cons of the curriculum that best suits your child’s personality and intellect and then start your school search. But there’s always one thing to remember, Zedua is always there for you from choosing the right board to the perfect school for your kid.
We are coming up with a similar article about the International Baccalaureate (IB), so stay tuned!!
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