#AskTheExaminer Programme

#AskTheExaminer @IGCSECentre

Announcement:

In view of the current worldwide Covid-19 conditions, with thousands of schools being locked down, we would like to extend our assistance to students during this difficult time. We are offering 7-day FREE trial for our #AskTheExaminer programme, for the first 50 students who signed up with us.


Note:
Suitable for schooled or home-schooled candidates looking for hand-holding on-going assistance throughout their IGCSE/O Level, and AS/A Level journey.

Get our team of friendly, and highly qualified examiners as your private home tutor! 🙂

For a small monthly subscription fee, you can ask away our team of A*-scorer-creator examiners, one question at a time.  You can submit a question from past exam papers, any reference books, and even your school practices. 

You will receive detailed answers which may include theoretical reference and step-by-step solution within 24 hours (weekdays) or 48 hours (weekends) upon submission. 

This is not your ordinary Q&A. This is A* Q&A. Leave us a your question and get the A* caliber answer. 

How it Works:

  1. Get hand-holding on-going assistance throughout your IGCSE/O Level, and AS/A Level journey.
  2. You get to submit your question directly to the examiners. Please submit one question per submission.
  3. You are free to submit as many questions as you like per day. 
  4. Please refrain from sending us the same question.
  5. The examiners will answer the question in the order of submission. We are following the First In, First Out system. Whichever submission comes in first will be responded first.
  6. Expect an answer within 24 hours on weekdays or 48 hours on weekends.
  7. If you wish to get the examiner to mark your past exam paper practices or assignments, please kindly purchase the marking services HERE.
  8. Once you received the marked paper, you may ask further questions or get further clarification with this #AskTheExaminer programme.

Registration process:

  1. Choose your subject(s) below and proceed to check out.
  2. Choose to subscribe via your credit/debit card or PayPal.
    (You still require to enter your card details for the 7-day FREE trial. If you do not wish to continue, please cancel your subscription before the end of the 7-day FREE trial.)
  3. Once the payment is completed, you will receive first email confirming your purchase, and second email containing instructions to register your Username and Password.
  4. Once the registration is completed, you would be able to login to access the Q&A page.
  5. Follow the instructions on the Q&A page and start sending in your questions.  
  6. If you wish to subscribe to a second subject, please come back to this page and make another purchase, after you have successfully logged in at the member login page.

Compare our fees with others

IGCSE CentreTuition CentresHome Tuition
Fee per
subject
£50 / month

(24hrs x 7 days/week)
£443 / month

(school hours x 5 days/week)
£600 / month

(£30/hr x 5 days/week)
Programme StyleInstant online, anytime, anywhere in the world, at the comfort of your home, have the examiner as your private tutor. Avoid traffic jams, uncomfortable classes situation, unnecessary peers pressure.Attend daily classes in a learning/tuition centre (lodging, transportation, food in the UK not included). Missed classes won’t be replaced.Teachers/tutors are coming to your home daily at a fixed hour: 1 hour/day, 5 days/week, for ONE subject only.

Choose Your Subjects

IGCSE, Edexcel, O Level, GCSE:
Have the examiner as your private tutor at only £50/month.

AS/A Level, IB:
Have the examiner as your private tutor at only £60/month.

* If the subjects you desired are not listed above, please kindly Contact Us and we shall add to the list.

16 Replies to “#AskTheExaminer Programme”

    • Hi Max,

      Based on CAIE’s announcement, Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level exams will go ahead in May and June 2020 as planned. If you wish to take precautions, you may consider withdrawing your entry and then re-enter in the November 2020 exam series.

      Cambridge has extended the withdrawal deadline. It is your responsibility to check that you are entered for the correct syllabuses and options. Your school/exam centre can help you in this process. However, please also be guided that not all subjects are available in the November series.

      Please bookmark this page: https://help.cambridgeinternational.org/hc/en-gb/articles/360006532458-Novel-coronavirus-Information-for-schools-about-the-COVID-19-coronavirus-outbreak for regular updates.

      To help you with your exam preparations during this outbreak, you may consider enrolling to our online courses here: https://www.igcsecentre.com/cambridge-igcse-revision-courses/. We are here to ensure that the candidates still have access to study materials and exam preparation tools while the schools are closed.

      We are currently extending our help to schools worldwide by offering very affordable packages. Your school will subscribe to our courses based on the number of students taking the exams, and all the students taking the exams would get free access to our courses. You may want to inform your school about this, and get them to contact us for the school packages.

      If you need further clarifications, feel free to write to us again. Thank you.

    • Hello Max,

      Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level exams will go ahead in May and June 2020 as planned. For more information, please kindly read Cambridge’s official announcement here: https://help.cambridgeinternational.org/hc/en-gb/articles/360006532458-Novel-coronavirus-Information-for-schools-about-the-COVID-19-coronavirus-outbreak.

      If you wish to take precautions, you may consider withdrawing your entry and then re-enter in the November 2020 exam series. Cambridge has extended the withdrawal deadline. It is your responsibility to check that you are entered for the correct syllabuses and options. Your school/exam centre can help you in this process. However, please also be guided that not all subjects are available in the November series.

      Meanwhile, you may consider enrolling to our online courses here: https://www.igcsecentre.com/cambridge-igcse-revision-courses/. We are helping students and parents around the world during this outbreak, by ensuring that the candidates still have access to study materials and exam preparation tools while the schools are closed.

      We are currently extending our help to schools worldwide by offering very affordable packages. Your school will subscribe to our courses based on the number of students taking the exams, and all the students taking the exams would get free access to our courses. You may want to inform your school about this, and get them to contact us for the school packages.

      If you need further clarifications, feel free to write to us again. Thank you.

    • Hello Maryam,

      You’ll have to do a lot of practices and readings. By reading, you will gain tremendous knowledge on how to phrase your sentences, types of vocabulary, style, etc… You will also have to put to use what you have learnt. Practice with past exam papers. Start with the latest paper as they have the newest syllabus format and continue with the older one date back from 5 to 10 years. You can download past papers here: https://www.igcsecentre.com/cambridge-igcse-past-exam-papers/

  1. Hey IGCSE,
    Ive written my feb/march 2020 paper for first language english 0500 syllabus overall i am quite worried for my paper as i haven’t completely completed my paper.. like ive completed the reading comprehension the summary and i left the writers effect and the last question unfinished. Will this affect my score? Pls reply im very tensed

    • Hello Harshini,

      The examiner will mark your paper accordingly. Unfortunately, those unfinished sections will not gain any marks.

      At this point, worrying will do nothing for you. We suggest that you relax and take some deep breaths. Concentrate on the rest of the subjects, and reminding yourself on happy moments would definitely help.

    • Hello Rudra,

      Specimen papers are only available when there’s a change in syllabus. Specimen papers will not be available if the syllabus remains the same. Thus, the question format would be the same as previous years.

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