Cambridge International IGCSE Malay - Foreign Language (0546) Past Papers

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Malay is the official language of Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei and Singapore. More than 200 million people speak Malay as native or second language. Many others learn Malay as foreign language for academic or financial purpose. The Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) is providing opportunity for students to learn Malay as a foreign language. The Cambridge IGCSE Malay – Foreign Language (0546) syllabus enables students to communicate effectively after developing relevant skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening of Malay language. The syllabus also informs students about culture and civilization of countries where Malay is commonly spoken. By this way, it creates positive attitude towards native speakers of Malay language.

IXLVES is offering past papers for better exam preparation of students of IGCSE Malay (0546). These Cambridge IGCSE Malay (0546) past papers are available from year 2003 to 2020. The students can read Cambridge IGCSE Malay – Foreign Language (0546) past papers 2003, IGCSE Malay – Foreign Language (0546) past papers 2004, IGCSE Malay as Foreign Language (0546) past papers 2008, IGCSE Malay – Foreign Language (0546) past papers 2012, CAIE IGCSE Malay – Foreign Language (0546) past papers 2016, IGCSE Malay – Foreign Language (0546) past papers 2018 and Cambridge IGCSE Malay as Foreign Language (0546) past papers 2020 at this website. We are providing all past papers of these years. These IGCSE exams were held during the months of Feb/Mar, May/June and Oct/Nov.

These past papers not only provide question papers for students but also contain several other necessary features that play significant role in exam preparation for students of IGCSE. These include: marking scheme, examiner reports, grade threshold and FAQs. Marking scheme informs students about principles that are designed by CAIE for marking of all IGCSE papers. The students can attain maximum possible marks after understanding the marking scheme. Examiner reports guide students about mistakes committed by students in previous exams. The learners can avoid such mistakes in future exams by carefully reading examiner reports.

The minimum marks required to obtain any grade are highlighted through grade threshold. The grade threshold can change according to overall performance of students in a paper. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) discuss various problems of students that they face during their educational career and exams. Most common questions faced by majority of students are answered through FAQs. Their answers are concise and detailed. IXLVES is also offering tutorial videos for students of IGCSE Malay (0546). These informative videos are instrumental in correction of grammar and pronunciation of Malay language.

CAIE brings improvement to syllabus of various IGCSE subjects after every few years. The Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) also changes to paper pattern and other examinational processes accordingly. These recent changes are highlighted through specimen papers. IXLVES is presenting specimen papers of Malay (0546) for completion preparation of students. These specimen papers are made according to recent syllabus and paper pattern and show most-possible questions to be asked in next exams. Specimen papers marking scheme provide comprehensive information about the current and latest marking principles that will be utilized in the next IGCSE exams.

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