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Cambridge IGCSE Maths

Cambridge IGCSE Maths

"The Cambridge IGCSE fosters the development of critical skills which include creative thinking, enquiry, and problem solving abilities."


IGCSE Stands for International General Certificate of General Education. This is an international certification which marks the end of secondary school education (O Level which his equal to 5th form or 11th grade in respective countries) before proceeding to Advanced Level or pre university studies (A Level, 6th form or 12 and 13th in different countries). IGCSE was developed by Cambridge international examinations (CIE) in 1988.

IGCSE is similar to O-Level and hence the basis of the examination is considered more challenging and demanding. IGCSE offers more than 70 subjects.

Cambridge Mathematics is a mandatory subject for all students. This course encourages the development of mathematical knowledge as a key life skill and as a foundation for advanced studies. This includes Extended Mathematics 0580, Mathematics-Additional 0606 and International Mathematics 0607.

The syllabus aims to build the confidence of the students by helping them develop skill and confidence with mathematical concepts, methods and skills, as well as develop a feel for numbers, patterns and relationships. The syllabus also gives prominence to solve problems and present and interpret results. Students also gain an understanding of how to communicate and analyze using mathematical concepts.

The topics covered under this syllabus include:

  • Number
  • Algebra and Graphs
  • Geometry
  • Mensuration
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Matrices and Transformations
  • Probability
  • Statistics