What is coursework?

Coursework refers to any component specified by a syllabus that is assessed in the school by the school’s teachers or other local teachers and moderated by Cambridge. Examples of such coursework are:

  • projects
  • folios of essays
  • field work
  • art and craft items
  • design studies
  • internally set and assessed Speaking Tests
  • practical work
  • assignments and experiments undertaken and assessed during the course

Coursework may include work for which the theme, experiment or parameters of a project have been set by the teacher, or specified in the syllabus, or chosen by the students themselves.


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