The basic economic problem states that there are finite resources. We have compiled whatever resources are available to us, and hope that they are enough.

GuideCambridge IGCSE Learner Revision Guide Video


BUSINESS STUDIES (0450):

Syllabus (2020 – 2022)

Course Book (PDF)

Study Guide (PDF)

ECONOMICS (0455):

Syllabus (2020 – 2022)

Course Book (PDF)

COORDINATED SCIENCES (0654):

Syllabus (2019 – 2021)

Study Guide (PDF)

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (0510/0511):

Syllabus (2020 – 2021)

Cambridge IGCSE Learner’s Guide (PDF)

Course Book (PDF)

OTHER REVISION WEBSITES:

BBC Bitesize – GCSE

Save My Exams – IGCSE

ZNotes

smartnotes – CIE IGCSE

PAST PAPERS (Practise them! Practice makes perfect 🙂 You’ll be surprised with how much you can learn and improve from past papers) :

IGCSE Centre

GCE guide

Xtreme Papers

TIPS AND TRICKS

We, here at IGCSE AID, have finished both our IGCSE’s and A-Levels so you can be sure that we’ve learned quite a bit about studying and prepping for exams over those four long years. We were not the most organised, ‘put-together’ students, but we still managed to score plenty of A*’s.

So we decided we’d like to share with you a few tips and tricks that have come in handy. Hope they’ll be useful. If not, don’t stress it. Everyone has a different style!

11 Study Tips To Help You Ace Your Exams by Iman

How To Efficiently Take Notes In Class by Lintha

 

21 thoughts on “Resources

    1. Hi Gabriel,
      I’m afraid we’re not the right people to ask this question! If you have any questions about coordinated sciences, business, economics, or english asna second language, we’d be more than happy to help!
      Have you tried looking at amazon?

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    1. We haven’t had time to create and upload individual science notes yet, I’m afraid
      At the moment, it remains a possibility for a future project.
      We apologise for the inconvenience!

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    1. If you have had your mock exams, three weeks should be more than enough. If you won’t be having any mocks, I recommend starting out slowly 6 to 8 weeks beforehand, increasing the intensity of your revision the closer you get to your exams.
      Good luck with your exams!

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      1. Create a schedule and make targets, then strive to meet them. If you plan out your day and organise your time to finish revision for all of your portions AND practise at least 6 past papers for each subject before the exams, you’ll do great.

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