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Cambridge IGCSE Physics

Summary of Cambridge IGCSE Physics course content

This course will make you enjoy science as a whole and will help you develop an informed interest in any scientific matter. You will dive into the basics of the scientific method and how it can benefit the people around you and the environment. This Cambridge IGCSE Physics course helps you better understand more about the technological world we live in and take you through various scientific concepts in a practical way.

This Cambridge IGCSE Physics course aims to enable students to:

  • acquire scientific knowledge and understanding of scientific theories and practice
  • develop a range of experimental skills, including handling variables and working safely
  • use scientific data and evidence to solve problems and discuss the limitations of scientific methods
  • communicate effectively and clearly, using scientific terminology, notation and conventions
  • understand that the application of scientific knowledge can benefit people and the environment
  • enjoy science and develop an informed interest in scientific matters which support further study.

Candidates study the following topics:

  1. Motion, forces and energy
  2. Thermal physics
  3. Waves
  4. Electricity and magnetism
  5. Nuclear physics
  6. Space physics

How the course is assessed

All candidates take three examination papers, two theory papers and one practical paper.

All candidates take three examination papers, two theory papers and one practical paper.

Guided Learning Hours

We design Cambridge IGCSE syllabuses based on learners having about 130 guided learning hours for each subject during the course but this is for guidance only. The number of hours a learner needs to achieve the qualification may vary according to local practice and their previous experience of the subject.

Level IGCSE
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Required textbook

Complete Physics for Cambridge IGCSE, Oxford university press, Stephen Pople, ISBN 9780198399179. You can find the textbook here