## Grade 10_International Mathematics_Extended_Syllabus_Term 1 Examinations_2018-19

Dear All,

Please find below the details of the syllabus of International Mathematics- Extended (0607) for the Term 1 Examinations of 2018-19.

Following are the topics that are included in the syllabus. (Please refer to the Cambridge IGCSE International Mathematics 0607 guide for the further topic details):

1. Functions
2. Probability
3. Unit Circle & Trigonometric functions

1. Set Theory
3. Sequences
4. Circle Theorem
5. Trigonometry

#Note:

• The details of the sub-topics/content included in each of the topics mentioned above are to be referred from the syllabus guide of Cambridge IGCSE International Mathematics 0607 – 2019.
• Apart from your Ric Pimental book, you can practice/solve questions from Haese and Harris publication book, Oxford publication book, Past years papers of IGCSE and also from Exam preparation and practice guidebook of Haese and Harris publication.

There will be 3 papers in Term 1 examination of International Mathematics – Extended :

1. Paper 2 –45 minutes

Short response questions.
No calculators are permitted.
Designed to assess knowledge and use of basic skills and methods.
Any part of the syllabus content may be present in this paper but questions will focus on concepts which can be assessed without access to a calculator.

40 marks: 20% of the assessment

2. Paper 4 – 2 hours 15 minutes

11–15 medium to extended response questions.
A graphics calculator is required.
Any area of the syllabus may be assessed.
Some of the questions will particularly assess the use of the graphics calculator functions described on Page 9 in the syllabus guide.

120 marks: 60% of the assessment

3. Paper 6 – 1 hour 30 minutes

One investigation and one modelling question.
A graphics calculator is required.
Any area of the syllabus may be assessed.
Candidates are assessed on their ability to investigate, model, and solve more open-ended problems.
Clear communication and full reasoning are especially important and mark schemes reflect this.
The time allowance given for this paper allows students to explore and communicate their ideas fully.

40 marks: 20% of the assessment

Total marks: 200 marks: 100% of the assessment

#Other important points to be noted:
1) All the instructions will be available on the cover page of the question booklet. Please read the instructions carefully before attempting the paper.
2) The entire paper is to be written in the space provided in the question booklet. No additional graphs or supplementary will be provided.
3) Formula list will be provided in the question paper of Paper- 2 and Paper- 4.
4) All the resources related to the graph needs to be carried by you. Sharing of GDC/any resources during the examination will not be allowed.

Regards,