Cambridge IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) is an international test of ability in Computer Science for secondary school level English language speakers (typically aged 14-16 or adults). It was developed in 1988 by University of Cambridge International Examinations. It is examined by four major boards: Cambridge, Oxford AQA, Pearson Edexcel and LRN. Exams take place in January/February, May/June, and November. The IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 years old. It is taken in over 140 countries and in more than 4500 schools around the world. It is considered by many universities around the world and often considered as the baseline for employment.
Our Cambridge IGCSE / GCSE Computer Science Regular Course is taught by experienced subject-specific teachers who graduated from top universities in the United Kingdom. The course is designed for students who need effective preparation within a designated period of time. Teachers will familiarise students with the format of the examinations using specially customised lessons. Authentic past papers set will be used to let students gain mock experience to be fully prepared for the actual examination. You will also learn how to avoid common mistakes when tackling exam questions.
- Courses are taught by experienced teachers who graduated from top universities
- Live lessons on Zoom
- Authentic past papers material set
- Flexible schedule
- 1 on 1 customised lessons
- No geographical restrictions