Cambridge International IGCSE English - Second Language (oral endorsement) (0510) Past Papers

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There are millions of people around the world who speak English as second language. One of the subjects designed for such students in IGCSE is Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) IGCSE English as a Second Language (Speaking endorsement) (0510). There is a slight difference between the subjects of IGCSE English Second Language (0510) and IGCSE English Second Language (0511). As compared to English (0511), the marks obtained for speaking component in English (0510) doesn’t affects overall grade for marks taken in the written exams. IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) syllabus is for students already having working knowledge of English language and want to improve their linguistic skills for progress in their education. This syllabus enables students to understand English and use it properly in all circumstances. Students can enhance their ability to communicate English in everyday life after successful completion of this subject.

Students of IGCSE English (0510) can increase their chances of getting excellent marks in upcoming exams by taking advantage of past papers. The English (0510) past papers are available at IXLVES from year 2002 to 2019. Students can get IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2002, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2003, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2005, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2012, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2015, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2018, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2019 at IXLVES. IGCSE exams are held during the months of Feb/Mar, May/June and Oct/Nov every year. We are providing past papers of all these exams separately.

IGCSE English (0510) past papers contain several features that play important role in exam preparation. These include: examiner reports, grade threshold, marking scheme, FAQs etc. Examiner reports provide information to students about the mistakes committed by students in previous exams. Students can learn to solve their examination questions correctly by reading these examiner reports carefully. Minimum marks required to get a grade is known through grade threshold. The grade threshold of different papers can change according to complexity level of a paper and performance of overall students. Marking scheme are marking principles that are used to give marks for questions. These marking principles are used in IGCSE exams according to the guidelines of CAIE. Students face many problems related to their syllabus and exams. The most common questions are answered through Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Learners can improve their ability to speak and understand English by viewing tutorial videos. These educational videos provide additional assistance to students of English (0510).

It is important for students of English Second Language (0510) needs to consult specimen papers before their exams. These specimen papers provide the most recent syllabus and paper pattern that will be seen in upcoming exams. As the syllabus and other related items are changed after every few years, so the students of IGCSE need these specimen papers to get knowledge about recent changes. Specimen papers mark schemes are separately available that inform students about the current marking principles of IGCSE English (0510) exams.

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