GCE Advanced or what is called A levels are made up of the AS unit (three sections) and the A2 unit (three sections). Each part makes up 50 per cent of the overall A level grade and each section weighted within a range of 15-20% of the full qualification.
can be awarded as a discrete qualification with its own value., or it can be the first half of the full A level. At the end of the AS year, students have two options:
This unit consists of three sections;
Students are required to convey their understanding of written Arabic through a series of reading tasks. They also need to draw upon and apply their knowledge of Arabic language, grammar and lexis to produce a short translation from Arabic into English, as well as demonstrate an ability to manipulate Arabic language in continuous writing.
It is not a separate qualification, but the second half of the A level. The A2 is designed to deepen the knowledge students gained during the AS level.
A2 unit consists of three sections:
Students are required to demonstrate skills in advanced level Arabic reading and in the transfer of meaning from English into Arabic. To promote research and a greater knowledge and understanding of Arabic culture and/or society, students must produce two Arabic-language essays in response to questions related to their chosen topic(s) and/or text(s).
To see full details of Edexcel GCE Advance exam in Arabic specifications click HERE.
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