Our uniquely flexible online Physics course means that even if you're working full-time or caring for family, you can fit learning around your busy life.
You'll study the practical nature of physics as well as the theoretical, learning to form hypotheses and design experiments. You'll learn to evaluate, in terms of scientific knowledge, the benefits and drawbacks of scientific and technological developments.
Your IGCSE Physics will be a stepping stone to further education, a fulfilling career - and a better future.
You don’t need any previous qualifications to take this course.
If English is your second language, we recommend you have an IELTS 5.5 or equivalent, but we’re happy to review your case on an individual basis.
This course will teach you the Edexcel IGCSE Physics (4PH0) syllabus.
For details of what you’ll learn on each unit, download the IGCSE Physics course guide.
Please note that you’re responsible for booking your exam.
You’ll arrange to sit it at a school or college roughly 6 months before your chosen exam date.
The last exam opportunity for this course is January 2019. We'll offer a new version of the course in Summer 2018, with a first exam date of May/June 2019. For more information, please contact our GCSE advisors.
The IGCSE Physics exam consists of two written papers:
Your exam fees aren't included in the course cost as you'll pay these directly to your exam centre.
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