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    Edexcel Arabic on Monday are you prepared?

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    i do
    and no im not
    i rellay dont know how u revise
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    (Original post by homairapatel)
    i do
    and no im not
    i rellay dont know how u revise
    Are predicted a high grade?

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    Nope.Gonna fail it man ffs
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    used to be predicted an A in year 10 now an F


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    Yep
    Ready for the exam?
    How was the speaking?
    LOL I'm terrified for the writing. Arabic is my 3rd language
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    i started arabic in year 9 and i neve used to speak it before
    predicted to get a B but im aiming for an A
    any tips on this cuz im failing
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    (Original post by DatSmartGuy)
    Edexcel Arabic on Monday are you prepared?

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    I did my Arabic GCSE early in year 8. I'm waiting for the results to come later this month. Predicted results are A or A*.
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    (Original post by nadiakms)
    used to be predicted an A in year 10 now an F


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    I was under an impression that GCSE Arabic was easy! May be it's not
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    Are there any resources related to GCSE Arabic?
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    (Original post by ZaraToma)
    I did my Arabic GCSE early in year 8. I'm waiting for the results to come later this month. Predicted results are A or A*.
    SAME!
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    Guys, for Arabic GCSE most of the unit's aren't too tough if you learn the key terms they have provided.

    I've only found writing to be the hardest, students tend to memorise paragraphs beforehand and simply jot it all down for memory.

    Any tips for writing?
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    Hi guys pls. Guide me through how u prepared for speaking paper this year?
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    (Original post by Bloom <3)
    Hi guys pls. Guide me through how u prepared for speaking paper this year?
    I did my GCSE last year and got A*. In speaking I got an A* also and my tips are to stay calm, and learn it by heart. Speaking is by far the easiest of the parts to an arabic GCSE. If you know the examiner then just ask what types of questions they would ask and get comfortable around them! My younger sister is doing it this year and she studies and practices the speaking with me. You should get a friend or family member to make questions and test you as well. Hope this helps!
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    (Original post by ZaraToma)
    I did my GCSE last year and got A*. In speaking I got an A* also and my tips are to stay calm, and learn it by heart. Speaking is by far the easiest of the parts to an arabic GCSE. If you know the examiner then just ask what types of questions they would ask and get comfortable around them! My younger sister is doing it this year and she studies and practices the speaking with me. You should get a friend or family member to make questions and test you as well. Hope this helps!
    Thank you so much for the guideline.
    Can u also tell me do u get specific topics before exam which might come in exam
    As it is for english oral paper?
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    (Original post by Bloom <3)
    Thank you so much for the guideline.
    Can u also tell me do u get specific topics before exam which might come in exam
    As it is for english oral paper?
    The sheet you get from the school should give you 40 topics to do. Some for jobs, some for sports and some for hobbies or holidays. These are very important- and for a sure a* you should learn at least half of them. This is because those topics will be found in your writing test, and will help you out a lot. I chose my ideal/worst job and my worst holiday. Luckily for my something about jobs came up for my writing, and I got an a* for it thanks to my speaking topics.
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    (Original post by ZaraToma)
    The sheet you get from the school should give you 40 topics to do. Some for jobs, some for sports and some for hobbies or holidays. These are very important- and for a sure a* you should learn at least half of them. This is because those topics will be found in your writing test, and will help you out a lot. I chose my ideal/worst job and my worst holiday. Luckily for my something about jobs came up for my writing, and I got an a* for it thanks to my speaking topics.
    I am so aorry if i bother you about this
    But as i am a private candidate i didnt had the facility.
    Can you plz. Send that sheet with 40 topics somehow.
    Also is this sheet made by your school or is it official from cie?
    Thanks a lot for information.
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    (Original post by PrincessBO$$)
    Yep
    Ready for the exam?
    How was the speaking?
    LOL I'm terrified for the writing. Arabic is my 3rd language
    Really
    What are your other two languages
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    (Original post by iqra2159)
    Really
    What are your other two languages
    Somali and Arabic

    Lol this post was hella old :lol:

    I got 28/30 in the Arabic speaking
 
 
 
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