Table of Content: IGCSE Coordinated Science 0654

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  • CIE Physics IGCSE
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Unit 0.1 Introduction

0.1.1 Introduction

0.2.2 Structure of Exam

0.3.3 FAQs

Unit 0.2 Revision Techniques

0.2.1 Art of Cramming

Glossaries:

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

1.0 Biology

Unit 1 

1.1.1 Characteristics of Living Organisms

Unit 2 

1.2.1 Cell structure 

1.2.2 Movement in and out cell

Unit 3 

1.3.1  Enzymes 

Unit 4 

1.4.1 Nutrients 

1.4.2 Plant Nutrition 

1.4.3 Animal Nutrition

Unit 5 

1.5.1 Transport in Plants

1.5.2 Transport in Humans

Unit 6 

1.6.1 Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration

1.6.2 Gas Exchange

Unit 7 

1.7.1 Nervous Controls in Human

1.7.2 Hormones

1.7.3 Tropic Responses

1.7.4 Homeostatis

Unit 8

1.8.1 Asexual and Sexual Reproduction

1.8.2 Sexual Reproduction in Plants

1.8.3 Sexual Reproduction in Human

Unit 9

1.9.1 Chromosomes and Genes

1.9.2 Cell Division

1.9.4 Variation and Selection

Unit 10

1.10.1 Energy Flow in Ecosystems

Unit 11

1.11.1 Human influences on the Ecosystem

2.0. Chemistry

Unit 1

1.1.1 The Particulate Nature of Matter

Unit 2 

2.2.1 Experimental Techniques

Unit 3 

2.3.1 Chemical and Physical Changes

2.3.2 Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

2.3.3 Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table

2.3.4 Ions and Ionic Bonds

2.3.5 Molecules and Covalent Bonding

2.3.6 Giant Structures

Unit 4

2.4.1 Stoichiometry

2.4.2 The Mole Concept

Unit 5

2.5.1 Electricity and Chemistry

Unit 6

2.6.1 Energetics of a Reaction

Unit 7

2.7.1 Speed of a Reaction

2.7.2 Redox

Unit 8

2.8.1 The Characteristic, properties of Acids and Bases

2.8.2 Types of Oxides

2.8.3 Preparation of Salts

2.8.4 Identification of Ions and Gases

Unit 9

2.9.1 Periodic Trends

2.9.2 Group Properties

2.9.3 Transition Metals

2.9.4 Noble Gases

Unit 10

2.10.1 Properties of Metals

2.10.2 Reactivity Series

2.10.3 Extraction of Metals

2.10.4 Uses of Metals

Unit 11

2.11.1 Air and Water

Unit 12

2.12.1 Sulphur

Unit 13

2.13.1 Carbonate

Unit 14

2.14.1 Fuels

2.14.2 Introduction to Organic Compounds

2.14.3 Hydrocarbons

2.14.4 Alcohols

2.14.5 Macromolecules

2.14.6 Synthetic Polymers

2.14.7 Natural Macromolecules

3.0 Physics

Unit 1

3.1.1 Motion

Unit 2

3.2.1 Mass and Weight

3.2.2 Density

3.2.3 Effects of Forces

3.2.4 Pressure

Unit 3

3.3.1 Energy

3.3.2 Energy Resources

3.3.3 Work

3.3.4 Power

Unit 4

3.4.1 States of Matter

3.4.2 Molecular Model

3.4.3 Evaporation

3.4.4 Pressure Changes

Unit 5

3.5.1 Thermal Expansion of Solid, Liquid and Gases

3.5.2 Thermal Capacity

3.5.3 Melting and Boiling

Unit 6

3.6.1 Conduction

3.6.2 Convection

3.6.3 Radiation

3.6.4 Consequences of Energy Transfer

Unit 7

3.7.1 General Wave Properties

Unit 8

3.8.1 Reflection of Light

3.8.2 Refraction of Light

3.8.3 Thin Converging Lens

3.8.4 Dispersion of Light

Unit 9

3.9.1 Electromagnetic Spectrum

Unit 10

3.10.1 Sound

Unit 11

3.11.1 Magnetism

Unit 12

3.12.1 Introduction to Electricity

3.12.2 Electric Charge

3.12.3 Current, Electromotive force, and potential difference

3.12.4 Resistance

3.12.5 Electrical Energy

3.12.6 Dangers of Electricity

Unit 13

3.13.1 Circuit Diagrams

3.13.2 Series and Parallel Circuits

3.13.3 Action and use of circuit components

Unit 14

3.14.1 Electromagnetic Induction

3.14.2 A.C Generator

3.14.3 Transformers

3.14.4 Magnetic Effect of a Current

3.14.5 Force on a Current-Carrying Conductor

3.14.6 D.C Motors

Unit 15

3.15.1 Detection of Radioactivity

3.15.3 Radioactive Decay

3.15.4 Half Life

3.15.5 Safety Precautions

3.15.6 The nuclear atom – Isotopes

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    • yola says:

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      • Lola says:

        oh really?
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  22. Lola says:

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  23. Lola says:

    hiya
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    Also wondering if you could do the same thing for the individual science IGCSE CIE like you have done to the coordinated science
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    • Acceleratedstudynotes says:

      Individual as in IGCSE Chemistry, Physics and Biology separately?

      We have the Chem PDF, what’s your email?

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  30. ben says:

    where are the animal nutrition and the gas exchange?? i really need them please

  31. Afan says:

    When will the Gas Exchange Unit 6 1.6.2 notes be up by? Just need an idea of when they’ll be up because I can just make my own notes then wait that long, exams soon so I need a fair idea, the art of cramming never fails :), thank you in advance

  32. alba says:

    Hello can someone answer this :
    2 State the approximate value of the speed of all electromagnetic waves in vacuo.
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  33. Yolanda says:

    could you PLEASE get the P13.3 done. and P14

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  42. Shanin says:

    It is 😛 i have exams in a month any chance it will be over before that?

    • Acceleratedstudynotes says:

      Aren’t the Coordinated exams end of may? We’ll probably be finished within 2 weeks, so it will definitely be ready before your exams.

      • Shanin says:

        I might have it early (Special Needs) if you know what i mean

      • Acceleratedstudynotes says:

        I see, we will try to get it done ASAP. When is the precise date of your exam?

      • Shanin says:

        Around may 9th or something like that 😛

      • TaMiilSweety says:

        You said 3 weeks but there’s still lots of info missing 🙁 And i urgently need it.. Can yu please please get it done at least before july ..
        PS: I really love yur Website it’s extremely helpful Hats off to the ppl doing it =) <3 x

  43. Shanin says:

    Hey man please can you like make it all in one PDF so it will easier to print it :p after my exams i’ll send you my history notes 😀 pleasse 😛

    • Acceleratedstudynotes says:

      Hey, when we finish, we will definitely make a printable version on PDF! If the email you provided is your actual email, we’ll send you a copy when we’re complete!

      Thanks!

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  48. Dr Mark says:

    My economic notes are pretty dense .. so aren’t very well summarized. Its very similar to the text book writing .. with a few info not included (since its only “extras”). (Though it did help me get an A in the mocks (one percent away from an A* :/))

    If your interested in it … I’ll try to send it to you .. (When I finish with the exams)

    🙂

    Btw who is the owner of the site ? Is it a group of guys ? Are you guys from here .. The UK ?

    • Acceleratedstudynotes says:

      Hey, I study in a British School, but live in Hong Kong. I am an IB and I own this site but alot of the notes were student contributed. Yeah, if you have economics notes ( cie or edexcel?) or any other subject notes seriously cOnsider sending them over as long as there is no blatant copyright.

      Thanks, we are patching up on the science now

  49. Dr Mark says:

    Looked through the Physics and Biology :-

    Bio
    B4 – Unit 4.3
    B6 – Unit 6.2
    B7 – Unit 7.1
    B9 – Unit 9.1 , 9.3 & 9.4
    B10
    B11

    Physics
    P2 – Unit 2.1
    P3 – Unit 3.1 & 3.4
    P4 – Unit 4.2
    P5 – Unit 5.1
    P6 – Unit 6.1 , 6.3 & 6.4
    P7
    P8 – Unit 8.1 , 8.2 & 8.3
    P9
    P10
    P13 – Unit 13.3
    P14 – Unit 14.1
    P15 – Unit 15.2 & 15.3

    When will all these .. missing notes be up ?

    P.S found your notes very helpful, since I can fix some of my note taking and also helps me add a few stuff I didn’t add.

    THANX 😀

    • Dr Doolittle says:

      woah. calm down. they will post it when they are ready. geez your an impatient git

      • Lola says:

        you don’t have to use such horrible words to that person though yopu know
        maybe he is in urgent need of those notes how do you know?
        i get that he needs to understand that it’s not easy to put up all those notes quickly but dont be rude

      • yola says:

        lol. what is he your boyfriend. what a loser hanging out with dr fayg

      • Lola says:

        umm…he isnt my boyfriend!
        and anyways even if he was or isnt doesnt really mean u can tlk like that
        what did u get outta saying that anyway? A gold medal?
        didnt think so
        then its better to keep ur mouth shut than talk a load of nosence
        waste of ur tym anyways
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  51. Dr Mark says:

    Dude this is great !!! Thanx a lot … Going through the chemistry .. I’v found a few bad links or some unavailable info .. so can you please type them up (Exams a few months away :/)

    I checked the Chemistry notes
    some are bad links while others don’t have any info available
    C3 – Unit 3.4
    C8 – Unit 8.3
    C9 – Unit 9.2 and 9.4
    C14 – Unit 14.3 and Unit 14.7

    Can you try to post these,I haven’t gone through the bio and phy … will check them later..

    Hope you can make these few updates 🙂

    P.S Once I finish the exams I’ll try to send you my notes that I have compiled for geo,economics,business, etc ….

    • Acceleratedstudynotes says:

      Hi, Thanks for the comment!

      We currently have a group of students working on the missing bits and we expect to be complete within a month, definitely before the exams start. And do send in your notes when you finish, thanks alot!

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  59. Lily says:

    Where is the animal nutrition page??

    • Acceleratedstudynotes says:

      Hello

      We are still in the process of construction, so forgive us for any empty pages, we will try our best to fill in all the gaps as soon as possible.

      Thank You

  60. examkiller88 says:

    Instructive to type up all the subsections and leave them without hyper-links…. that way we can see which sites are available out of the sum of the documents. Science-Biology page is screwed up as well as the Science-chemistry, “random pages”.

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