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Cambridge IGCSE Subject Briefs: Geography

Choosing the right subjects can set up a student for life. Make sure your child starts the IB on the right foot by speaking with an EIB Consultant to pick the perfect subjects.

Cambridge IGCSE Subject Briefs: Geography. This subject brief covers the Geography syllabus.

This Cambridge IGCSE curriculum aims to help students develop a ‘sense of place’ through looking at the world around them at multiple lenses of analysis, and from local to global scale. The key aim of the course is to help students develop an understanding of relative location, the factors affecting different physical and human environments, the interaction between these environments and their populations, and the impact of these processes on opportunities and constraints provided by the environments. Students are encouraged to develop an appreciation and concern for the environment and the earth, including its people, places, landscapes, processes and phenomena.

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For more information on each topic area, check out the Cambridge syllabus for your relevant examination year.

In addition to this, the Geography course covers a geographical skills module (students learn map skills, interpretation of data and graphs) and a data presentation and research focused strand of learning which feeds into the coursework or alternative to coursework (see below).

Assessment and Grading:

Depending on the curriculum your school chooses to follow you will sit three of the following four exam papers; papers 1 and 2 and either papers 3 or 4.  The main structure of each exam is as follows below:

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