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I think IGCSE is harder from doing both.
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From what I've heard about it I'd say IGCSE is harder
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IGCSE's are tougher.
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IGCSE for sure
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IGCSEs both because the syllabus is harder and also you are against tougher competition. Did like 6 IGCSEs 4 GCSEs and noticed the difference.
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I did IGCSE Chemistry and the content from that alone covered about 65% of the AS Chemistry course I sat. All the new students who came for 6th Form did GCSE Chemistry and REALLY struggled with AS Chemistry. IGCSEs are worth it. Trust.
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(Original post by kkhub)
I think IGCSE is harder from doing both.
Have you seen igcse English ??? This was proper easy! The examiners are strict on how to get marks but the coursework has a higher amount overall!


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IGCSE

But when it comes to English then it's definitely GCSE.
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Some are harder but English IGCSE is easier than GCSE English language


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IGCSE one of my friends did it and breezed through AS
Others with A*s in GCSE chemistry struggled a lot.
IGCSE prepares you more for a level


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I do both and hadn't really noticed a difference
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(Original post by kkhub)
I think IGCSE is harder from doing both.
I believe that in general IGCSE's overall are harder. However I did IGCSE English Language which is by far easier than GCSE English Language. I think that Enlgish Language (IGCSE) is the exception.
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As an examiner, I would prefer my students sit for IGCSE. Its worth it because it sets a foundation for A levels.
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