Edexcel International GCSE Science (Double Award) (2011)

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Students of our Edexcel International GCSE in Science (Double Award) will study approximately two-thirds of the subject content of each of the Edexcel International GCSEs in single sciences (Biology, Chemistry and Physics), combined into a Double Award worth two GCSEs.  

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Specification

Edexcel International GCSE Science 2011 specification
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Qualification type:
International GCSE
Level:
Level 1/2
Accreditation status:
Accredited
Subject:
Science
Specification codes:
4SC0
Availability:
UK and international ?International GCSEs are not approved for use in UK state schools, but can be taught in independent schools.
First teaching:
2011
First assessment:
2013

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The Edexcel International GCSE in Science (Double Award) specification is assessed via three papers – Chemistry, Biology and Physics. Students are awarded two International GCSE grades from A* to G. Covering a systematic body of scientific knowledge and facts, concepts, principles, themes and patterns, it’s designed as a two-year course for teaching in international schools and colleges and UK independent schools. 

If you’re a UK state school, you may be interested in our Edexcel Certificate in Science (Double Award), which is eligible for funding.

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You'll cover a systematic body of scientific knowledge and facts, concepts, principles, themes and patterns as you study our two-year Edexcel International GCSE in Science (Double Award) course.

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