O Level Accounting

Welcome to O Level Accounting section of Accounting-Daddy.com. Here students and educators can find the topic-wise resources for Cambridge O Level Principles of Accounts (7110) and IGCSE Accounting (0452).

The resources available at Accounting-Daddy.com are also relevant for those students who are pursuing Cambridge courses at other regions such as Accounting (0614) in Botswana, Accounting (4345) in Namibia, Accounting (6896) in Swaziland, Principles of Accounts (7091,7092 and 7175) in Singapore.

Though these revision materials and resources are being prepared keeping Cambridge curriculum in mind, they are still relevant for various examinations bodies worldwide which offer Accounting courses at Secondary Level education.

The difference between O Level Principles of Accounts and IGCSE Accounting

Cambridge International Examination’s (CIE) IGCSE Accounting (0452) and  O Level Principles of Accounts (7110) are equivalent qualifications. These courses are usually referred by pupils as O Level Accounting in their day to day conversation.

Though both these qualifications are equivalent, the syllabus, the assessment objectives and techniques are slightly different.

Students who opted for Cambridge O Level Principles of Accounts sit for two papers.  Paper-1 comprises of 30 multiple-choice questions for 30 marks with 1-hour duration. Paper-2 comprises 4 to 6 structured questions for 120 marks with 2-hour duration. Paper-1 is weighted at 33.3%, and Paper-2 is weighted at 66.7% of total marks.

Students who opted for Cambridge IGCSE Accounting sit for two papers.  Paper-1 comprises of 8 to 12 multiple-choice & short-answer questions and 4 or 5 structured questions for 120 marks with 1-hour 45 minutes duration. Paper-2 comprises 4 to 6 structured questions for 120 marks with 1-hour 45 minutes duration. Paper-1 and Paper-2 are equally weighted for final marks.

The results of the students who appear for Cambridge O Level Principles of Accounts are shown by one of the grades ranging from A* to E (A*,A,B,C,D,E). ‘A*’ being the highest standard achieved by the student and ‘E’ being the lowest standard.  Whereas, those who appear for IGCSE Accounting are shown by one of the grades ranging from A* to G (A*,A,B,C,D,E,F,G). ‘A*’ being the highest standard achieved by the student and ‘G’ being the lowest standard.

As mentioned earlier, Cambridge O Level Principles of Accounts and IGCSE Accounting are at the same Level (For more details click HERE). Those students who score A*, A, B and C in these O Level Accounting examinations are well prepared to follow courses leading to AS and A Level Accounting courses offered by Cambridge, Edexcel and other reputed examination bodies worldwide.

How to explore accounting resources on this site?

Just click on Accounting topic links below to browse through various sub-sections under each topic. Each of these topics offer study/revision notes, worksheets, multiple choice questions, mind maps, handpicked Youtube videos from best educators on the net, topic wise list of past paper questions, scheme of works and lesson plans.

Explore each section thoroughly to comprehend the core concepts of each topic and get enriched with knowledge.  All the best! 

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