O’level English 1123 – 2015 Past Papers

Here you can download June 2015 Past Papers, Mark Schemes and Examiner Report.

June 2015 Writing Paper A

June 2015 Writing Paper A – Mark Scheme

June 2015 Reading Paper A

June 2015 Reading Paper A – Insert

June 2015 Reading Paper A – Mark Scheme

June 2015 Writing Paper B

June 2015 Writing Paper B – Mark Scheme

June 2015 Reading Paper B

June 2015 Reading Paper B – Insert

June 2015 Reading Paper B – Mark Scheme

June 2015 Grade Thresholds

June 2015 – Examiner Report

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Here you can download November 2015 Past Papers, Mark Schemes and Examiner Report.

 

November 2015 Writing Paper A

November 2015 Writing Paper A – MS

November 2015 Reading Paper A

November 2015 Reading Paper A – Insert

November 2015 Reading Paper A – MS

November 2015 Writing Paper B

November 2015 Writing Paper B – MS

November 2015 Reading Paper B

November 2015 Reading Paper B – Insert

November 2015 Reading Paper B – MS

November 2015 Examiner Report

November 2015 Grade Thresholds

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18 Responses to O’level English 1123 – 2015 Past Papers

  1. Carry minati says:

    Can you please tell me how should i improve my comprehension skill..

    • First of all, be a regular reader. I cannot emphasise enough the importance of regular reading for the improvement of your comprehension skills.
      Secondly, consult a good O’level English coursebook and study the types of questions you will be asked on the reading paper and how to answer them.
      Thirdly, solve as many past papers as you can before you sit your examination. Solving at least 10 year past papers, including June and November and variants, is a must.

  2. Anam says:

    Hi I rephrased story sentence. How many marks will be cut?

  3. razi ahmed says:

    sir any
    expected topics for CIE olevel english 2016 paper 1

    • Dear Razi,

      CIE Examination is different from Matric/Intermediate board examination because you cannot predict expected topics. UCLES takes particular care to ensure none of the topics are repeated in English examination paper. It is better to hone your reading and writing skills and be ready for any and every topic to attempt in your examination.

      Best of luck!

  4. your website is really amazing

  5. Ashraf Farid says:

    May be 11/12 for writing and 21/22 for Reading paper. can u plz ensure us once again….

  6. farizajuffri says:

    I typed a comment earlier but wasn’t sure if it was posted so don’t mind me commenting again! Do you happen to know if students will have to sit for both sets of the written and reading papers? Or if they’re only required to sit for one set of each (for eg reading set a + writing set b, or reading set b + writing set a)? I’m trying to familiarise myself with the syllabus for tuition!

    • Sorry, I checked your comments a little late. Here is the response to your query.
      Students are supposed to appear for only one set of papers on two different days. O’level English Language has two papers: Paper 1 – Writing & Paper 2 – Reading. Paper A and Paper B are two variants. Cambridge University has divided all the countries where O/A level examinations are conducted into 5 zones and these two variants of papers are given in specific countries on the basis of time difference. In Pakistan which is placed in zone 4, the B variant is given. I’ve named the variants A and B myself, otherwise Cambridge University codes them as 11,21 for Writing and 12,22 for Reading papers.

  7. farizajuffri says:

    Hi there! I’m looking to familiarise myself with the new syllabus for tuition, do you happen to know if students have to sit for both reading and writing sets A and B? or if they only sit for one set out of the two? Thank you!

  8. annie says:

    Thank you very much. I really appreciate your effort to keep us updated and thus helping us to be better educators

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