Cambridge IGCSE Past Exam Papers

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Cambridge IGCSE is being offered by CAIE (Cambridge Assessment International Education) board from The University of Cambridge.

Notes:

  • Updated up to October 2019 series past exam papers. YAY!
  • “Specimen Papers” would be available when there is a change of syllabus for that year. Otherwise, “Specimen Papers” would not be available when the syllabus stays the same.
  • As much as we would love to help, unfortunately, we do not have any grade 1 – grade 10 past exam papers.
  • Please read through all frequent asked questions at the comment section below before posting your queries to us.
  • DO NOT download the past papers at last minute. We strongly suggest you to download everything you need at least 4 months before the exam.

10,503 Replies to “Cambridge IGCSE Past Exam Papers”

  1. I wrote my IGCSE’s in the February/March series and I was wondering whether the results will be delayed due to the pandemic or continue as before which was supposed to be in May?

    • Hello there,

      Upon checking CAIE’s website, it will go ahead as planned and provisional results will be available on 19 May 2020. Please kindly confirm this with your school/exam centre. Thank you.

  2. Hello Cambridge,
    I am DHARSHAN from INDIA,just want to know how will you calculate the scores of core students.You say that the max percentage is 70% then my pass mark will be 59 right.. I can’t understand your system.. please can u explain it.. waiting for your reply…

  3. hello igcse team,
    i just want to know when will the may june series of this year start. Due to the pandemic corona virus the exams have been cancelled.

  4. Hi i just wanted to know if CAIE is the same as igcse and if no what is to become to students who are sitting for igcse in may/june. Thank you.

    • Hello Lily,

      CAIE is the exam board and one of their exams includes IGCSE. According to the latest CAIE announcement, they will no longer run their international examinations in the May/June 2020 series in all countries. This is because of the extended school closures into May and June, making it impossible for many of the schools to hold examinations.

      For candidates who registered for the June exam series, CAIE is currently working with schools to assess students’ achievements using the best available evidence and that students will receive a grade and a certificate from Cambridge International.

      If you are concerned with the possibility of the unfair grading process, we strongly suggest that you withdraw your June entry and re-enter it in the November exam series. This will be beneficial for you in the long run because your certificate will reflect your true capability. If you wish to move your entry, please inform your school/exam centre and they can help you in this process.

      We suggest that you also write to CAIE to express your concern. You may reach them through their website: https://www.cambridgeinternational.org/

      If you need further clarifications, please do not hesitate to write again. Thank you.

  5. Hello,
    As the latest announcement of the CAIE, they say that May/June 2020 series examinations have been canceled, so I want to know-how will caie work out work results for the May/June 2020 please let me know because I’m applying to the university next year.

    • Hello Hamad,

      CAIE will be working with schools to assess students’ achievements using the best available evidence. Students will receive a grade and a certificate from Cambridge International, given the knowledge and skills they have acquired in their programmes of study.

      They are also talking to universities worldwide, and they are factoring these unprecedented circumstances into admissions decisions, so students can continue with their education journeys as soon as possible.

      If you wish for a certificate that shows your true capability, we suggest that you withdraw your June entry and re-enter in the November exam series. Your school/exam centre can guide you in this process.

      If you’re concerned about the unfairness of grading, we suggest you write to CAIE and address this issue. Many parents and students have addressed this concern with us.

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