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IGCSE Videos for Physics, Chemistry, Math, Biology and Economics

IGCSE Videos for Physics, Chemistry, Math, Biology and Economics

  • This page on IGCSE Video section will provide you free video lectures for Cambridge Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology.
  • The paid membership will have more videos. Infact Videos covering all topics are available for Physics and Chemistry on The smart Exam Resources Website. 
  • The videos are aimed at covering the entire syllabus for the above mentioned subjects .Hence gradually all subject videos will be up. At the moment, Math, Biology and Economics have a few videos uploaded on our paid membership site Smart Exam Resources
  • New videos that are free will get regularly uploaded here on this page
  • Currently the videos match the requirements of the Cambridge IGCSE Examinations from 2023  up-to 2025
  • In addition the videos will also teach you how to solve application based questions for topic wise questions  for Cambridge IGCSE.
  • The videos will be separately designed for Paper 4 [ structured theory questions and answers] as well as the alternative to practical past paper  solutions.
  • Some of the videos uploaded here are free. More such videos can be found on our membership site

Here are a few  reasons why we have uploaded the igcse video section:


For those in India, there is always a confusion regarding the two boards. 

  • The basic focus lies in the way the examinations are conducted and the way the syllabus is taught in schools and the contents of the curriculum of course.
  • ICSE Examinations will make a child of the same age group more knowledge rich. On the other hand, IGCSE will make your child  improve his thinking skills and be more confident in applying the knowledge to novel situations. So the IGCSE will develop more practical skills.
  • ICSE relies more on memory and cramming of concepts. It is a lot stressful for most kids as there are kids who do not possess a strong memory, which makes it difficult to cram large chunks of knowledge. IGCSE on the other hand, allows the learners to choose from a large number of subjects. It also has the CORE and The Extended curriculum . This enables learners to decide upon the depth of content knowledge they would want to learn. Curriculum is designed keeping in mind that every child has a different potential . Learning is stress less. Though application skills take time to be developed. 
  • You find plenty of teachers available for ICSE coaching. There are very few Cambridge trained subject experts with mastery over content and application skills.  This makes the coaching part  expensive when it comes to choosing a Cambridge trained and experienced tutor.
  • Also , IGCSE curriculum is gaining popularity over the last few years. More and more schools are converting from state and other local boards to  Cambridge IGCSE. Here  you are able to find established IGCSE schools with a good paying potential  hiring quality staff. Small , upcoming IGCSE Schools, most of the times, make the Cambridge e inexperienced teachers to take up  teaching of subjects in their schools. Such teachers , although possess strong knowledge of delivering content to the local boards, are unable to master the art of Cambridge curriculum , at times. Or sometimes, it takes the teachers , years to experiment and then develop their Cambridge teaching skills, at the cost of students grades.
  • So, our team of Cambridge trained and experienced teachers has decided to develop videos to help learn the concepts and master the paper solving skills.

How many IGCSE Schools in India?

There are more than 500 IGCSE Schools in India, which is a really good number.

The following are the different subject IGCSE Videos  available at smart exam resources:

  • igcse biology revision videos
  • igcse chemistry video lessons- Covering complete syllabus
  • igcse physics videos-Covering Complete syllabus
  • igcse maths videos

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