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Online GCSE History Course


CloudLearn LTD

Summary

Price
£420 inc VAT
Or £70.00/mo. for 6 months... Read more
Study method
Online, self-paced
Duration
120 hours
Access to content
1 year
Qualification
GCSE History
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) not included in price, and must be purchased separately
  • Tutor is available to students
  • TOTUM card is available to purchase separately What's this?

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Overview

Our Online GCSE History course is the international version or IGCSE. This course aims to develop your understanding of human activity in the past based on historical evidence. You will learn about the nature of cause and consequence, continuity and change, and similarity and difference. Through studying this course you will develop an understanding of the present and how it is influenced by past events.

Our Online GCSE History Course aims to:

  • Stimulate interest in and enthusiasm about the past
  • Promote the acquisition of knowledge and understanding of human activity in the past
  • Ensure that the candidates’ knowledge is rooted in an understanding of the nature and use of historical evidence
  • Promote an understanding of the nature of cause and consequence, continuity and change, and similarity and difference
  • Provide a sound basis for further study and the pursuit of personal interest
  • Encourage international understanding
  • Encourage the development of linguistic and communication skills.

Qualification

GCSE History
Awarded by Pearson

Resources

Description

19th Century Core Content

  • What caused the First World War?

Depth Study

  • Russia 1905-1941

20th Century Core Content

  • International Relations since 1919

Depth Study

  • Israelis and Palestinians 1945-1994

As you progress through the Online GCSE History Course sections you will encounter lessons, activities, core reading and assessments.

Who is this course for?

Our IGCSE Courses are perfect for homeschooling students, mature students or anyone looking to improve their grades!

Requirements

There are no entry requirements for IGCSE study.

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Jamie asked:

Are there mock exams so you know if you are on track or not? Can you talk to a teacher over the phone or only through e-mail?

Answer:

Hi Jamie, Within the course there is assessments what you can complete and your tutor can mark and give you feedback to see how you are progressing. Contact to the tutor is only available via the messaging system which you would receive a reply within 1 working day or immediately if the tutor is online at the same time as you.

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Michail asked:

As I want to gain QTS in order to teach, completing this program gives me the right to teach in UK?

Answer:

You will have to find out the requirements for QTS.

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Trevor asked:

Hi, you said there are three exams for this subject and no other assessments. Will all three exams be held on the same day? Thanks

Answer:

Hi No the exam are on different days.

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readytolearn asked:

how much is the exam fee? How long does the course take?

Answer:

You will need to get in touch with the exam centre directly in order to find out pricing and to register your place for the exam. The great thing about CloudLearn is that you dictate, how long it takes to complete. The full IGCSE is 120 hours of study, so at 40 hours per week – that would be 3 weeks, 20 hours a week = 6 weeks, 10 hours per week = 4 months. It’s totally down to you and your commitment to study. IGCSEs like GCSEs are only examined twice a year (January and May/June).

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Fatface93 asked:

Hi, does the price of the course include exam fee?

Answer:

No these are an additional cost and paid directly to the exam centre that you choose.

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Henry asked:

Can these exams be taken at any time. What revision guides do I need for the IGCSEs in Science, Geography and History

Answer:

Hi Henry, GCSE exams are only held twice a year and that would be in January and May/June. All of the material you need to study these courses with are provided in our online study.

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CarlF asked:

Are there exam centre's available in Northern Ireland?

Answer:

Yes there are a few you can use our centre finder to locate your nearest centres.

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