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Dear IGCSE Centre,
I write to you again in the interest of thanking you for your earlier response as it proved to be of assistance. I also wish to ask for advice on a specific topic I can choose for my Speaking Examination (0520/03) in French. Thank you once again for all the assistance you have provided to all present on this website.
You are most welcome. You can check on the past exam paper and find out all the speaking topics. Try to use past exam speaking topics as your practices.
I need some resources where i can revise for all the subjects to get good grades. Can you suggest me or give me something that i can use to achieve an A*
Here’s a list of resources you can find:
Past exam papers: http://igcsecentre.com/cambridge-igcse-past-exam-papers/
A* online revision course: http://www.igcsecentre.com/cambridge-igcse-revision-courses/
Exam model answers: http://www.igcsecentre.com/igcse-exam-resources/
Mark your paper: http://www.igcsecentre.com/mark-your-papers/
Hope this helps 🙂
is this rithwik harapanahalli, sorry if the spelling is wrong.
and yeah I am very poor in English what would you suggest me to do ,I need to at least get a B in English
please igcse center help me!!
Please click on the English subjects at the right sidebar under “Library”. You can find lots of resources to help you.
please mail me the papers because for some reason this site papers r not working for me i need grade all past check point paper because im getting exams
We do not have any checkpoint past papers. You must get them from your school/exam centre.
i checked syllabus for science coordinated double 2016 and it hasn’t mentioned identifying vein, artery and capillary, yet occurs on 2016 extended multiple choice question. Is there a mistake or syllabuses are not so accurate? I’m studying from the topics mentioned in the syllabus and very worried if something else not in it will be included on the tests.
All exam questions will be based on the syllabus. There will not be any questions that are out of syllabus.
Use the syllabus as a starting point to study and revise, and practice lots of past exam papers, you will be able to score A*.
Hi, i have always been checking the syllabuses for different subjects but wonder if what exists in the exams are all in included in the syllabus. Like how accurate is the syllabus? If i study everything topics that are mentioned in the syllabus, will i be able to get A*?
what does threshold mean??
The threshold dictates the grades for that year.
The syllabus is really helpful
You are most welcome Vishil. 🙂
BST is not mentioned in the biology syllabus
yet there are a few recent past paper questions on it
can I have a confirmation
wether it is there in our portion or not?
Could you please elaborate what is BST?
its a hormone which increases milk yield in cows
It’s not in the new syllabus from 2016 (it was in the older syllabuses – 2015 & earlier) so, it will not be in the exam.
i feel that an answer in chemistry is wrong
Chemistry 2015 winter 31 Q 6 a iii
i have consulted all my teachers and none could
come for a valid explanation for that answer.
can you please help me out
my exams are in 20 days.
I HAD ASKED THIS BEFORE
BUT DIDNT GET ANY REPLY
id like to know if
photo- taxis is there in biology syllabus
( 0610 )
its there in past papers
but there is no mention of it in our books
You can check the syllabus here: http://www.igcsecentre.com/cambridge-igcse-subjects-syllabuses/
its not there anywhere mentioned in the syllabus
If it’s not in the syllabus, that means it has become obsolete. All the science papers have new syllabus from 2016. You must see which past papers that you are using.
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