The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (iGCSE) courses, which are an English language based examination similar to GCSE and is recognised in the United Kingdom as being equivalent to the GCSE for the purposes of recognising prior attainment. It was developed by University of Cambridge International Examinations and are designed for international learners.
Equivalent to GCSEs, IGCSEs serve as preparation for A-levels, Scottish Highers, the International Baccalaureate (IB), and BTEC level 3 courses. While GCSEs are available in the UK, IGCSEs are available in many countries across the world. It can be taken at any age, but it's typically taken between Years 10 and 11. Children and adults alike have earned their IGCSEs over the years in order to pursue successful careers in higher education.
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Although the IGCSE and GCSE exams are seen as being quite alike, there are some significant distinctions between the two exams.
A student's IGCSE scores do matter because, unlike most other nations, university offers in the U.k. are given before students have passed their final qualifying exams, which are typically their A-levels. This indicates that IGCSE grades are highly valued by university admissions offices, and prestigious universities will seek out a sizable percentage of A* and A grades.