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IGCSE GCSE ICT revision notes, interactive quizzes, crosswords, worksheets, free resources

Welcome to IGCSE, GCSE ICT Revision

IGCSE, GCSE ICT section is loaded with revision notes, interactive quizzes, revision worksheets, crosswords, Mind maps, specimen question papers, syllabus gap fills and lot of other free resources. Teachers and students will find subject specific resources which have been prepared keeping in mind the requirements of IGCSE and GCSE curriclum across the globe. Revision notes are to the point and exam practise questions give thorough practise to students and assess their skills on various aspects of the ICT curriculum.

The curriculum content is set out in eight interrelated sections. These sections should be read as an integrated whole and not as a progression. The sections are as follows

 

components of computer system Input and output devices storage devices and media
computer networks data types effect of using it
ways in which IT can be used system analysis and design  

IGCSE ICT (Code 0417)

The syllabus can be downloaded from the CIE website.

For your convenience, here are online versions of the syllabuses shown from the CIE website via the Google Docs viewer.

The syllabus year refers to the year in which the examination will be taken.

2014 Syllabus (287Kb)

2015 Syllabus (248Kb)

IGCSE ICT Assessment 

Cambridge IGCSE Information and Communication Technology

Syllabus code 0417

Written paper testing sections 1–8 of the curriculum content and assessing the skills in Assessment objective AO2

All questions compulsory: mostly multiple choice or short answer questions, but also some requiring longer responses

100 marks weighted at 40% of total

and:

Paper 2 {2½ hours}

Practical test assessing knowledge, skills and understanding of sections 9–16 of the curriculum content

80 marks weighted at 30% of total

and:

Paper 3 {2½ hours}

Practical test assessing knowledge, skills and understanding of sections 9–16 of the curriculum content

80 marks weighted at 30% of total

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