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IGCSE Economics

Bridge Elite offers online IGCSE Economics private tuition lessons. We provides a conducive learning environment and assists students to bring out the best in them, to help them attain their desired grades.

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With 15 years of teaching experience along with successful track records, Samuel has helped vast amount of students to achieve top grades in public exams such as IGCSE, GCE A-Level, IB-DP and AP. Samuel also helped writing academic publications such as study guide for IB-DP Economics.

Samuel is a caring tutor who focuses on students' needs allowing him to maintain long- term working relationship with students. Samuel also adapted a student-oriented approach to tutoring allowing students with different progress to gradually targeting the highest possible grades.

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Know more about the curriculum

Students at some international schools in Hong Kong, as well as some UK boarding schools, are required to sit the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) Economics exam at the end of Year 11. The new grading structure awards students with a grade between 1 to 9 for each subject.

The Economics IGCSE exams can be taken under various exam boards, such as Pearson Edexcel and Cambridge International.

This set of exams is crucial as IGCSE results are a key factor affecting students’ A Level subject choices, as well as entry to sixth form colleges in the UK.

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