What can I do after Igcse?
Study options after IGCSE/SPM
- Option 1: Pre-university route for a bachelor degree.
- Option 2: Diploma route.
- Option 3: Certificate route.
- Option 4: American Degree Transfer Program.
- Option 5: Semi-professional qualifications.
How much do Cambridge exams cost?
The standard fee is NZ$150 plus GST ($172.50 inc GST) per subject/level (excluding Modern Languages and AS Biology, Chemistry and Physics).
How do I study for Igcse?
How to ace the IGCSE exams (even if you’re not a genius)
- Study for the long-term. You may find yourself studying the day before the class test or mock exam set by your teachers.
- Study from multiple sources.
- Do Past Papers.
- Pay attention in class.
- Be an independent learner.
- Stay ahead of the curve.
- Set high standards.
How much does a GCSE cost?
As a GCSE student studying in-person through a sixth-form or college, you can expect to pay tuition fees of £8000 or more for your GCSE course. Alternatively, online GCSE qualifications are often more affordable and range from between £285 to £429 per course.
Can you do GCSE at home?
There are three main ways in which home educated students have taken GCSEs: by correspondence courses where a tutor is usually assigned to give advice and mark work; by enrolling at a local college or adult education class; or at home doing their own research, choosing appropriate books and buying past exam papers.
Do universities accept Igcse?
Do UK universities accept GCSE and IGCSE? Yes, both IGCSEs and GCSEs are accepted for entry to universities in the UK.
How much does it cost to do GCSE privately?
The cost of a private exam Private GSCE fees range between £37 to £200 per exam. These fees depend on the particular GCSE and where you choose to sit them. You can often find a better rate by shopping around and asking different exam centres.
How many hours a day should I study for Igcse?
If you are being very productive in your revision then 3 hours per day on a school day is more than enough, especially if you have started early (i.e. 6 months before the exams). Getting an A grade also depends on your starting point.