Cambridge International IGCSE English - Second Language (count-in oral) (0511) Past Papers

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English is the most famous international language in the world. Around 900 million people around the world speak and learn English as second language. Apart from countries with English as native language, it is learned as second language in most of other areas around the globe. Cambridge Assessment International Education Examination (CAIE) is fulfilling the requirement of these students by offering more than one subjects in IGCSE. One of these subjects is Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language (count-in speaking) - (0511).

The significance of IGCSE English (0511) is due to its stress on speaking the English language. As compared to other subjects of English as second language, the overall grade in English Second Language (0511) depends on the speaking component of the paper. A student with better English verbal communication can expect to get better grades in papers. It is the reason that the focus of Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language (0511) syllabus is to enhance the speaking capabilities of students. This syllabus enables them to speak clearly and effectively without making errors.

IXLVES is providing all past papers of IGCSE English (0511) to facilitate students in preparation of their exams. We are providing separate past papers for all the three exams that are held in Feb/Mar, May/June and Oct/Nov every year. These English (0511) past papers are available from year 2011 to 2020. Students can read IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2011, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2012, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2013 up to IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2017, IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2018 and IGCSE English as Second Language (0511) past papers 2020.

These IXLVES past papers are unique as they are not composed of just question papers. Instead, they also contain other helpful content for learners. The students will get marking scheme, examiner reports, grade threshold and FAQs in these past papers. Marking schemes inform students about the marking principles that are used to mark papers. These marking principles are devised by CAIE for IGCSE. Examiner reports guide students about avoiding mistakes that were committed by students in previous exams.

Students can know about minimum marks they need to obtain any grade through grade threshold. Grade threshold is decided after checking all papers of a subject. Therefore, grade threshold is not constant and can change according to complexity level of papers. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) provide solution to general problems faced by students. These questions and their detailed answers are about matters related to syllabus, paper pattern etc.

We at IXLVES are also providing tutorial videos for students of English (0511). These educational videos can play vital role for students in obtaining best grades in their exams. Apart from past papers, students can also read and learn specimen papers for preparation of exams. These specimen papers are made according to the latest syllabus and paper model that will be used in next exams. Specimen papers marking scheme will inform students about the current marking principles. The upcoming exams of English (0511) will be marked according to this marking scheme.

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