German GCE AS/A (from 2009)
This page contains information related to our legacy GCE AS/A level German specification available in England and Wales (taught from 2009). The final award for this qualification will be summer 2017 with re-sit opportunities to be confirmed.
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Past papers and mark schemes are free to download.
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FN/GN/SN1 Oral & FN/GN/SN2 Mark Schemes
Acting upon the guidance provided by Ofqual, WJEC has made modifications to the mark schemes for Communication (AO1/AO2) for the FN/GN/SN1 oral assessments and Understanding / Quality of Response (AO2) for the FN/GN/SN2 written paper which will take effect from the summer 2015 examination series.FN/GN/SN1 oral mark scheme
FN/GN/SN2 mark scheme
Unit 1 Oral Examination
Centres conducting their own AS oral tests may open the topic cards 3 working days before the examination.
Unit 3 Oral Examination - Structured Discussion
The examiner will offer the candidate a choice of 2 cards at random. The candidate, without studying the cards, will decide which title they wish to prepare.
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GCE German Examiners' Report Summer 2016Download
Principal Examiners' Report
The Summer 2016 Principal Examiners' reports provide feedback on this Summer's examination series. The reports include helpful observations and commentary on the work produced for this series and can assist teachers in preparing their students for the next examination series.