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IGCSE Sciences 0654

An introduction to Cambridge IGCSE Science 0654 (not official Cambridge)

Helen Stamp

on 6 May 2015

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Transcript of IGCSE Sciences 0654

IGCSEs are graded A* to G
Table taken from Cambridge IGCSE Syllabus Co-ordinated Sciences Double award 0654 for 2015 Exam
(C) Cambridge International
Cambridge IGCSE Co-ordinated Sciences Double Award (Syllabus 0654)
An unofficial guide for Pupils and Parents at St George´s School Seville

What is IGCSE Science?
It is a two year course created by Cambridge International Examinations.
The Three Sciences
The end...
In May 2015 you will sit
your IGCSE Exams
You will study all three Sciences: Biology, Chemistry and Physics
At the end of Year 11 you will get two identical IGCSE grades e.g. BB
You will have 7 Science lessons a week (at least 2 for each Science)
B10. Energy Flow in Ecosystems
C14. Organic Chemistry
P1. Motion
P2. Matter and Forces
P3. Energy, Work and Power
P4. Simple Kinetic Molecular Model of Matter
P5. Matter and Thermal Properties
P6. Transfer of Thermal Energy
P8. Light
P7. Waves
P9. Electromagnetic Spectrum
P10. Sound
P11. Magnetism
P15. Radioactivity
P14. Electromagnetic Effects
P13. Electric Circuits
P12. Electricity
Year 10
Year 11
Coursework (lab reports)
Paper 2 or 3
Short answer exam
Final Grade
Paper 1
There are two levels of final exam:
Paper 2 Core
Grades C to G (it is easier)
Paper 3 Extended
Grades A* to C (it is harder)
In St George´s School
You will be graded on Effort (1 to 5) and Attainment (A* to G)
Your grade will be based on:
Contributions in class
Class exams
(A* is the highest)
B1. Characteristics of Living Organisms
B2. Cells
B3. Enzymes
B4. Nutrition
B5. Transportation
B6. Respiration
B7. Coordination and Response
B8. Reproduction
B9. Inheritance
B11. Human Influences on the Ecosystem
Year 10
Year 11
C1. The Particulate Nature of Matter
C2. Experimental Techniques
C3. Atoms, Elements and Compounds
C4. Stoichyiometry
C5. Electricity and Chemistry
C6. Energy Changes in Chemical Reactions
C7. Chemical Reactions
C8. Acids, Bases and Salts
C9. The Periodic Table
C10. Metals
C11. Air and Water
C12. Sulphur
C13. Carbonates
Year 10
Year 11
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