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Edexcel GCSE Spanish Listening 21/05/12

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    Hey, does anyone have the unofficial mark scheme for the Edexcel GCSE Spanish Listening Higher tier from the 21st May 2012? It's just that I'm kinda worried cos i did really badly
    Thanks for any help
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    That exam was pretty hard But uhm i am guessing around 30 to get an A* and 25-ish to get an A. I really want to go and check the answers to roughly know what i got :confused:
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    Yeah, i think last year 31 was A* and 27 was A. I just wanted to see the answers to get a rough idea of what i may have got.
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    Unofficial Mark Scheme
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    1
    Alberto orders mushroom soup
    Alberto has roast pork
    Alberto has beer with meal
    Alberto needs spoon

    2
    Alfredo - F (mentioned 'gasto dinero' = shopping centre)
    Carmen - D (mentioned 'lectura' = library)
    Maria - E (mentioned 'en barco' = river)
    Javier - C (mentioned 'baloncesto' = sports centre)

    3
    rauls experience was negative
    daniela appreciated outdoor life
    raul complains about the facilities
    daniela refers to the cost

    4
    monica prefers magazine
    she enjoys colourful images
    she likes doing crossword puzzles
    she can share info with friends

    rafael prefers going to the cinema
    he likes being iwth friends
    likes the variety
    thinks its cheap

    5
    teresa helps organise excursions & works as receptionist
    pedro files papers & prepares meals

    6
    wednesday (AM)
    9-30
    very near, opposite town hall
    museum of art

    7
    making friends
    accomodation
    coping with studies
    dealing with health

    8
    caring family - brothers, sisters, parents.
    she saw a famous actress playing a part.
    she describes herself as strong, hardworking, gets on well with others, demanding of others.
    advice = be positive, believe in yourself, nothing's impossible (never give up.)
    charitable works = homeless children, drug addicts, victims of nat. disasters.


    Hope that helped you all out a bit, I found the test really hard and I think I got around the 25 mark. A bit disappointing, as usually with past papers I'm with the A*s, but nevermind. Let me know how you all got on. :-)
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    (Original post by lizziezoe)
    Unofficial Mark Scheme
    Source: Teacher

    1
    Alberto orders mushroom soup
    Alberto has roast pork
    Alberto has beer with meal
    Alberto needs spoon

    2
    Alfredo - F (mentioned 'gasto dinero' = shopping centre)
    Carmen - D (mentioned 'lectura' = library)
    Maria - E (mentioned 'en barco' = river)
    Javier - C (mentioned 'baloncesto' = sports centre)

    3
    rauls experience was negative
    daniela appreciated outdoor life
    raul complains about the facilities
    daniela refers to the cost

    4
    monica prefers magazine
    she enjoys colourful images
    she likes doing crossword puzzles
    she can share info with friends

    rafael prefers going to the cinema
    he likes being iwth friends
    likes the variety
    thinks its cheap

    5
    teresa helps organise excursions & works as receptionist
    pedro files papers & prepares meals

    6
    wednesday (AM)
    9-30
    very near, opposite town hall
    museum of art

    7
    making friends
    accomodation
    coping with studies
    dealing with health

    8
    caring family - brothers, sisters, parents.
    she saw a famous actress playing a part.
    she describes herself as strong, hardworking, gets on well with others, demanding of others.
    advice = be positive, believe in yourself, nothing's impossible (never give up.)
    charitable works = homeless children, drug addicts, victims of nat. disasters.


    Hope that helped you all out a bit, I found the test really hard and I think I got around the 25 mark. A bit disappointing, as usually with past papers I'm with the A*s, but nevermind. Let me know how you all got on. :-)
    Thanks sooo much
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    I think i got around 31 in that exam, but i can't really remember my answers so there is no need to get excited :'( - pretty scared about reading though
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    (Original post by lizziezoe)
    Unofficial Mark Scheme
    Source: Teacher

    1
    Alberto orders mushroom soup
    Alberto has roast pork
    Alberto has beer with meal
    Alberto needs spoon

    2
    Alfredo - F (mentioned 'gasto dinero' = shopping centre)
    Carmen - D (mentioned 'lectura' = library)
    Maria - E (mentioned 'en barco' = river)
    Javier - C (mentioned 'baloncesto' = sports centre)

    3
    rauls experience was negative
    daniela appreciated outdoor life
    raul complains about the facilities
    daniela refers to the cost

    4
    monica prefers magazine
    she enjoys colourful images
    she likes doing crossword puzzles
    she can share info with friends

    rafael prefers going to the cinema
    he likes being iwth friends
    likes the variety
    thinks its cheap

    5
    teresa helps organise excursions & works as receptionist
    pedro files papers & prepares meals

    6
    wednesday (AM)
    9-30
    very near, opposite town hall
    museum of art

    7
    making friends
    accomodation
    coping with studies
    dealing with health

    8
    caring family - brothers, sisters, parents.
    she saw a famous actress playing a part.
    she describes herself as strong, hardworking, gets on well with others, demanding of others.
    advice = be positive, believe in yourself, nothing's impossible (never give up.)
    charitable works = homeless children, drug addicts, victims of nat. disasters.


    Hope that helped you all out a bit, I found the test really hard and I think I got around the 25 mark. A bit disappointing, as usually with past papers I'm with the A*s, but nevermind. Let me know how you all got on. :-)
    Thank you so much! If these are the complete correct answers, I think I probably got 27/28 which I'm really happy with because I was stressing out so much after the exam! I also found the test really hard! Really appreciate it, thank you!
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    @lizziezoe
    Thank you sooo much hope you (and everyone else) did well
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    Looking at those answers, I think I got at least 35/40 which hopefully is an A*
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    ARGH TOWN HALL!!! I put green grocers
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    I'm not gonna bother looking the answers just gonna relax and wait to see what I got - but you lot are lucky! Our examiner was coughing through the ****ing exam! We're applying for special consideration considering she coughed over questions lol!
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    I think I got around 30! I hope the grade boundaries shift so that it can be a high UMS mark! I'd love to get around 35/40
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    Does anyone have the reading exam answers?
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    I think I got around 31. I was wondering, do you think on the last question part a), I would get away with saying an affectionate family rather than caring? And an art gallery instead of a museum of art?

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my MB860
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    (Original post by gunners1506)
    Hey, does anyone have the unofficial mark scheme for the Edexcel GCSE Spanish Listening Higher tier from the 21st May 2012? It's just that I'm kinda worried cos i did really badly
    Thanks for any help
    Quoting to bring this back to life lol

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my MB860
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    Is this roughly correct?The 2012 listening gcse?
    Thank you x
    Gabby

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