Cambridge IGCSE™ Computer Science

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Syllabus
Cambridge IGCSE™ and O Level Computer Science (0478/0984/2210) FE2023

Assessment numbers
Strength questions: 600
Exam-style questions: 130

Key features

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Hands-on programming tasks built-in using embedded applets

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Interactive learning provided by videos, H5P applets and animations to bring content to life and boost student engagement

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Case studies featuring up-to-date global examples to contextualise learning in the real world

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Interactive glossary and clear language for international learners

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Study skills boxes offering cognitive and metacognitive tips and strategies to help students study and self-manage

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Making connections boxes linking to prior or future learning or highlighting connections to other IGCSE subjects

Take a look inside…

IGCSE ICT - Subjects overview
IGCSE ICT - Assignments
IGCSE ICT - Notebook instructions

Overview of the subject progress 

Track and follow assignments easily

Enhanced notebook instructions

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