This page provides you with an overview of the best IGCSE Geography Resources.

Past papers

Here are the top 3 past paper websitesresources  you can use to practise before your exams. (Should two of them crash due to overload, you can always visit the third).

  • Xtremepapers: has past papers from 2002 to 2015 onwards, and specimen papers for the 2016 examination. Easily downloadable PDF files
  • Igcsecentre:  has past papers from 2002 to 2015 onwards, and specimen papers for 2016. The website also offers study advice and online courses for other IGCSE subjects eg. Biology and English
  • Papacambridge: has past papers from 2002 to 2015. Easy to navigate.

Alternative IGCSE revision websites

If you are seeking more information on a topic, or looking for a different way in which the material is presented, I can highly recommend the following web pages.

  • Greenfieldgeography is created by Daniel Greenfield, a geography teacher in the UK. He has a mass of information on his website and very useful case studies. Besides, he offers information for the IB geography course.
  • Buddinggeographers is a wikispaces website created by my geography teacher, Ms. Sengupta. Even though the website is still under development, the information that has been presented is very thorough.
  • Igcserevision  offers high-quality notes from a former IGCSE student who achieved an A* in her Geography exams.

 E-guides

In case your internet access is limited, but you still like to study using a computer, you can download these study guides, that provide you not only with awesome information on geography, but have incorporated practise questions.

NB: They are not specifically tailored to the IGCSE exams.

Videos:

Do you prefer to watch videos when you revise? If so, this channel may just be what you need to do well on your exams.

Revision Songs:

The Christelle Music channel has some great IGCSE Geography songtexts for popular tunes.