This international GCSE qualification puts emphasis on pure maths, enabling students to make a smooth progression to A-level. The specification includes plenty of algebra and some basic calculus.
Written by the same experts as who have developed AQA's UK Mathematics GCSEs, this qualification is rigorous and quality assured.
At the same time, every effort has been made to ensure the qualification is accessible for international students. You'll find careful ramping of demand throughout the papers to settle students of all abilities into their assessments.
Students will also benefit from straightforward language used in the question papers - ensuring that they succeed on the basis of their maths ability and not their literacy skills.
This qualification is available for teaching now in Bahrain, China, Egypt, Indonesia, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand and the United Arab Emirates.
Paper 1C: Any part of the specification may be assessed.
Paper 2C: Any part of the specification may be assessed.
Paper 1E: Any part of the specification may be assessed.
Paper 2E: Any part of the specification may be assessed.
Download the complete Oxford AQA International GCSE Mathematics specification (PDF, 779 KB).
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