We hope this page will give you all the additional information you need as you select your IGCSE Subjects
Cambridge IGCSE exams are held in May/June and in October/November each year. The May/June sitting is the more widely available. There is also a March exam for students in India.
In the UK most children take 8 – 10 IGCSE subjects over 2 academic years. This so as to gain a broad general education before going on to specialise at Advanced Level. It is also possible to split IGCSE exams over two years and to take 4 or 5 in each year. For more details see IGCSE Exam Information and take a look at our latest Exam Results.See our IGCSE Subjects
Our IGCSE courses take approximately 150 hours of study, plus the time needed for preparation of each assignment (10 – 12 assignments per subject).
Allow up to 180 hours of study for IGCSE English, Maths or Combined Science.
The time could be longer or shorter than this depending on your child’s ability as a learner, their organisational skills and the support they receive at home.
Study skills sessions can be booked for those students who need a bit of extra help organising and structuring their studies.
Wolsey Hall provided me exactly with what I needed at the time – a flexible, accessible way to study for my IGCSEs. Their Tutors are excellent and were quick to provide thorough and constructive feedback on my assignments, as well as supplying me with important advice and resources on exam technique, ensuring that I was as prepared as possible. I am very pleased with my IGCSE grades – four of which are A*s, then an A and a B. They allowed me to go on to study A Levels, which I would not be doing right now had I not found Wolsey Hall. I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a flexible way to study and is perhaps unable to attend a public or private school, or simply wants to ensure a quality learning experience, and is capable of mostly self-motivated learning with the aid of Tutor feedback and online resources.