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Edexcel IGCSE English Language A Section B Exam Questions

Richard Gent | Tuesday January 01, 2019

Categories: KS4, EDEXCEL iGCSE, EDEXCEL iGCSE English Language

Answer one question in this section.

You should spend 45 minutes on your chosen question.

Question 6

Either

‘Very little is ever achieved in school or in life without response to a personal challenge’.

Write an article for a magazine giving your views on this statement.

Your article may include:

  • The views you take of the statement and the experiences you have repudiate it or support it
  • The advantages and disadvantages of taking on significant challenges
  • Any other points you wish to make.

Your response will be marked for the accurate and appropriate use of vocabulary, spelling, punctuation and grammar.

[45 Marks]

Or

Question 7

‘Schools and colleges should do more to set disadvantaged students positive role models.’

You have been asked to give a speech in which you express your views on this statement.

Your speech may include:

  • Who should have responsibility for disadvantaged students
  • Whether extra time for disadvantaged students should be lessened or increased
  • Any other points you wish to make.

Your response will be marked for the accurate and appropriate use of vocabulary, spelling, punctuation and grammar.

[45 Marks]


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