Are International GCSE´s harder to pass than convetional GCSE´s.?

Question:For example is a grade D International GCSE equivilent to a grade C GCSE ?? I was told that International GCSE´s were quite a lots harder to pass. Can anyone tell me the facts on this or point me to a web site that may help me. Thanks

Answers:
Yes.. there is some difference... i don't know exactly where.. but a D in an international GCSE (i.e. IGCSE) is equivalent to a C, and maybe a C+ in the American system.
They are both the same. They use the same exam papers for International student as well as students in the UK.

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