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IGCSE & GCE EXAMINATION TIMETABLE, JUNE 2010
INTERNATIONAL GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION (IGCSE)
GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION (O/AS & A/AICE(HC))
FINAL EDITION DATED SEPTEMBER 2009
3 Centre Arrangements
INSTRUCTIONS
Centres are responsible for letting candidates know when their examinations
will start, and for telling them about any changes to the printed timetable.

1 About this timetable Centre arrangements must fully comply with all Regulations including those
for the KEY TIME.
1.1 Attention is called to the changes made since the first issue of the timetable.
The changes are printed in red on this timetable. 4 Where there is more than one paper in a single session

1.2 This timetable contains: 4.1 If a candidate is entered for two papers which are timetabled for the same
examination session, they may have a short fully supervised break between
• Notes on final timetable the two papers. The Regulations regarding the KEY TIME must be followed
and the candidate must be under Full Centre Supervision during this break.
• A full list, in date order, of all examinations
4.2 If a candidate has to sit two papers in one session, the second question paper
• Key to final timetable. This is a full list, in alphabetical order, of all must NOT be given out until the time allocated to the first question paper has
examinations. been allowed and the scripts for the first paper have been collected.
1.3 If any paper is not mentioned in the timetable, Centres must contact CIE for This rule applies unless the rubric of either of the question papers gives a
the examination dates. different instruction.
2 About the sessions and the KEY TIME 5 Time Allowance for Question Papers
Examinations must be taken in the morning or afternoon timetable session as Any time specially allocated for candidates to read through question papers
shown on the FINAL timetable. and to study maps, etc., is already included in the total time allowance
shown in the timetable. You must not allow any additional time.
All candidates entered for examinations in a session must be under Full
Centre Supervision at the KEY TIME. If Centres timetable examinations 6 School-based Syllabuses
outside of the KEY TIME they must keep candidates under Full Centre
Supervision until they do start the examination; or if they have already For school-based syllabuses, written examinations should be timetabled
completed the examination, they must be kept under Full Centre Supervision between 3 May and 14 May. Completed Mark Sheets must be received in
until the KEY TIME. Cambridge by 30 May.
The KEY TIME will be expressed as GMT/UTC. Centres will need to convert 7 IGCSE Art & Design 0400 Papers 1-3 and
the KEY TIME in GMT/UTC into their local time. To check the difference
between GMT/UTC and your local time please visit the CIE website at GCE AS & A Level Art & Design 9704 Paper 01
www.cie.org.uk/keytime
Copies of IGCSE Art & Design 0400 Papers 1-3 and GCE AS & A Level Art &
The KEY TIME for the morning session is 09:00 (GMT/UTC). Design 9704 Paper 01 are to be given to candidates on receipt.

The KEY TIME for the afternoon session is 13:00 (GMT/UTC). 8 Timetable clashes
What does “under Full Centre Supervision” mean? If a candidate is entered for two papers that are timetabled for the same
session, the rules to be applied depend on the total duration of the two
Candidates can be in the examination room, doing their examination, under
papers.
the supervision of invigilators.
If the total duration is 3 hours and 45 minutes or less:
Or, if the KEY TIME is before the start of the examination, they must be
supervised by teachers or invigilators from the KEY TIME until the start of the both papers should be taken in the same session with a supervised break
examination. They can have access to their books and notes, and they can between the papers. Regulations regarding the KEY TIME must be observed
talk to each other. However, they must not have any access to telephones, in full. You do not need to notify CIE about this.
mobile phones, the Internet, or any means of external communication; and
they must not be allowed any communication with anyone not under Full If the total duration is more than 3 hours and 45 minutes:
Centre Supervision.
you must submit a Timetable Deviation Form 9 (INT/E24) to CIE.
Or, if they have finished their examination, they may be permitted to leave the
examination room provided that they are supervised by invigilators Please note that whenever there is an approved timetable deviation,
continuously from the time they leave until the KEY TIME. Once outside the candidates taking an examination at a time that is not the scheduled session,
exam room, they can have access to their books and notes, and they can talk must be kept isolated from candidates who have already taken the paper, and
to each other (provided that they do not cause any disturbance to candidates must be under Full Centre Supervision from the KEY TIME for the
who are still doing an examination). However, they must not have any access examination until the time they actually take the examination.
to telephones, mobile phones, the internet, or any means of external
communication; and they must not be allowed any contact with anyone not If CIE is unable to confirm that candidates have been kept under Full Centre
under Full Centre Supervision. Supervision from the KEY TIME for the examination until the rescheduled
examination time then CIE may be unable to accept the candidates’ work.
Failure by a centre to comply with the Regulations regarding the KEY TIME
will be considered Maladministration by CIE and may result in CIE being For further information about timetable clashes, please refer to the
unable to accept candidates’ work. appropriate section of the CIE Handbook for Centres 2010.

Centres must report to CIE any incidents or irregularities amongst candidates 9 Practical Tests in Science and Food & Nutrition
under Full Centre Supervision, including any access to unauthorised means of
communication. Such instances will be treated as Malpractice. 9.1 All practical papers must be taken in the sessions shown on the FINAL
timetable.

9.2 If there are more candidates than there is space for in one sitting, the
Invigilator may hold the test in two sittings, as long as satisfactory
arrangements are made to ensure the integrity of the Examination, including
full compliance with Regulations regarding the KEY TIME. Arrangements
must be made to ensure that there is no communication by any means
between candidates who have taken the test in the first sitting and those who
are scheduled to take it in the second sitting, either at the Centre or at any
other Centre.

FINAL *9071031108*
Key:

Notes on final timetable IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

Title Syllabus/ Range of dates Final deadline


Component for examination for receipt of
coursework/
speaking test
sample and marks

Arabic: Speaking 0544/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10


Art & Design: Observational/Interpretative Assignment 0400/1 1 Jan 10 – 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Art & Design: Design Assignment 0400/2 1 Jan 10 – 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Art & Design: Critical and Historical Assignment 0400/3 N/A 7 May 10
Drama: Coursework 0411/2 N/A 30 Apr 10
Dutch: Speaking 0515/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
English as a Second Language: Oral Communication 0510/5 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
First Language English: Speaking/Listening 0500/5 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
First Language Spanish: Speaking/Listening 0502/5 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
Food & Nutrition: Practical 0648/2 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
French: Speaking 0520/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
German: Speaking 0525/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
IGCSE Global Perspectives: Portfolio 0457/1 N/A 30 Apr 10
Global Perspectives: Project 0457/2 N/A 30 Apr 10
Greek: Speaking 0543/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
Information and Communication Technology: Practical Test A 0417/2 1 Apr 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
Information and Communication Technology: Practical Test B 0417/3 1 Apr 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
Malay: Speaking 0546/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
Mandarin Chinese: Speaking 0547/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
Music: Performing 3 0410/3 Before 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Music: Composing 4 0410/4 Before 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Portuguese: Speaking 0540/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10
Physical Education: Coursework 0413/2 N/A 30 Apr 10
Spanish: Speaking 0530/3 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10

Title Syllabus/ Range of dates Final deadline


Component for examination for receipt of
coursework/
speaking test
sample and marks

Art: Composition in Colour 6010/4 1 Jun 10 – 30 Jun 10 **


Art: Craft B – Design in 2D or 3D 6010/6 N/A Before 1 Jun 10
Art: Drawing and/or Painting from Observation 6010/2 1 Jun 10 – 30 Jun 10 **
O Level
Art: Drawing and/or Painting from Still Life 6010/1 1 Jun 10 – 30 Jun 10 **
Food & Nutrition: Practical 6065/2 1 Mar 10 – 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10

**Mark Sheets and Samples should be returned as soon as the examination has been completed.

FINAL
Key:

Notes on final timetable IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

Title Syllabus/ Range of dates Final deadline


Component for examination for receipt of
coursework/
speaking test
sample and marks

Applied Information & Communication Technology 9713/2 1 Apr 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10


Art & Design: Controlled Test 9704/1 4 Apr 10 – 5 Jun 10 ***
GCE Art & Design: Coursework A 9704/2 N/A 30 Apr 10
Computing: Practical Programming Project 9691/2 N/A 30 Apr 10
AS Level
AS Level French Language: Speaking 8682/1 1 Apr 10 – 1 Jun 10 7 Jun 10
Music: Investigation and Report 8663/6 Before 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Music: Practical Musicianship 9703/2 Before 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Portuguese Language: Speaking 8684/1 1 Apr 10 – 1 Jun 10 7 Jun 10
Spanish Language: Speaking 8685/1 1 Apr 10 – 1 Jun 10 7 Jun 10

Title Syllabus/ Range of dates Final deadline


Component for examination for receipt of
coursework/
speaking test
sample and marks

Applied Information & Communication Technology 9713/4 1 Apr 10 – 30 Apr 10 15 May 10


Art & Design: Coursework B 9704/3 N/A 30 Apr 10
Art & Design: Related Study 9704/4 N/A 15 Jun 10
Computing: Project 2 9691/4 N/A 30 Apr 10
French: Speaking 9716/1 1 Apr 10 – 1 Jun 10 7 Jun 10
A Level Literature in English: Coursework 9695/8 N/A 30 Apr 10
Music: Performing 9703/3 Before 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Music: Composing 9703/4 Before 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Music: Investigation and Report 9703/5 Before 30 Apr 10 30 Apr 10
Portuguese: Speaking 9718/1 1 Apr 10 – 1 Jun 10 7 Jun 10
Spanish: Speaking 9719/1 1 Apr 10 – 1 Jun 10 7 Jun 10

**Mark Sheets and Samples should be returned as soon as the examination has been completed.

***Work should be despatched to CIE as soon as possible after completion of the Controlled Test. The latest date for receipt of work is 15 June 2010.

FINAL
Key:

11-14 May 2010 IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

Morning session Afternoon session

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

History 12 0470/12 2h Combined Science (Practical) 51 0653/51 1h30m


Travel and Tourism 1 0471/1 2h Combined Science 61 0653/61 1h
(Alternative to Practical)
Islamiyat 1 2058/1 1h30m Co-ordinated Sciences (Practical) 51 0654/51 2h
Co-ordinated Sciences 61 0654/61 1h
Portuguese Language 2 8684/2 1h45m (Alternative to Practical)
Tuesday Travel and Tourism 1 9395/1 2h30m Mandarin Chinese (Listening) 1 0547/1 35m
11 May Urdu Language 3 8686/3 1h30m Physics (Practical) 51 0625/51 1h15m
Physics (Alternative to Practical) 61 0625/61 1h
Portuguese 2 9718/2 1h45m
French 1 3015/1 1h30m
Physics (Practical) 31 5054/31 2h
Physics (Alternative to Practical) 41 5054/41 1h

English Language 11 0396/11 2h

English Language 21 8693/21 2h


Language & Literature in English 21 8695/21 2h
Thinking Skills 21 9694/21 1h30m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Cambridge International Mathematics (Core) 1 0607/1 45m Dutch (Listening) 1 0515/1 c.45m
Cambridge International Mathematics (Ext.) 2 0607/2 45m
Mathematics (with Coursework – Core) 12 0581/12 1h English Language 11 1123/11 1h30m
Mathematics (with Coursework – Ext.) 22 0581/22 1h30m English Language 21 1123/21 1h30m
Wednesday Mathematics (without Coursework – Core) 12 0580/12 1h
Mathematics (without Coursework – Ext.) 22 0580/22 1h30m Psychology 11 9698/11 1h30m
12 May
Spanish 22 0530/22 1h30m Thinking Skills 11 9694/11 1h30m
(Reading and Directed Writing)

Applied Information &


Communication Technology 12 9713/12 1h15m
Mathematics 12 9709/12 1h45m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Bangladesh Studies 1 0449/1 1h30m Dutch (Continuous Writing) 4 0515/4 1h15m


Hindi as a Second Language (Listening) 2 0549/2 c.45m Mandarin Chinese 2 0547/2 1h30m
Pakistan Studies 1 0448/1 1h30m (Reading & Directed Writing)

Thursday Bangladesh Studies 1 7094/1 1h30m Geography 11 9696/11 3h


13 May Bengali 2 3204/2 1h30m
Pakistan Studies 1 2059/1 1h30m
Sinhala 2 3205/2 1h30m
Tamil 2 3206/2 1h30m

History 6 9697/6 3h

Travel and Tourism 3 9395/3 1h30m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Information and English as a Second Language 11 0510/11 1h30m


Communication Technology 12 0417/12 2h (Reading and Writing – Core)
Music (Unprepared Listening) 1 0410/1 1h English as a Second Language 21 0510/21 2h
Music (Prepared Listening) 2 0410/2 40m (Reading and Writing – Extended)
Friday First Language English 11 0500/11 1h45m
14 May Agriculture 1 5038/1 2h (Reading Passage – Core)
Nepali 1 3202/1 3h First Language English 21 0500/21 2h
(Reading Passages – Extended)
Environmental Management 12 8291/12 1h30m
Law 12 9084/12 1h30m Biology 21 9700/21 1h15m
Marine Science 1 9693/1 1h30m
Portuguese Language 3 8684/3 1h30m Biology 51 9700/51 1h15m

Portuguese 3 9718/3 1h30m

Morning session Afternoon session

FINAL
Key:

17-21 May 2010 IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

Morning session Afternoon session

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Geography 12 0460/12 1h45m Business Studies 11 0450/11 1h45m


First Language Portuguese (Reading) 1 0504/1 2h
First Language Urdu 2 3247/2 1h30m Portuguese 2 0540/2 1h30m
Monday Geography 12 2217/12 1h45m (Reading & Directed Writing)
17 May Second Language Urdu 2 3248/2 1h45m
Business Studies 11 7115/11 1h45m
Computing 12 9691/12 2h30m
History 12 9697/12 3h English Literature 11 0397/11 2h

Language & Literature in English 91 8695/91 2h


Literature in English 31 9695/31 2h

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Arabic (Reading and Directed Writing) 2 0544/2 1h30m Chemistry (Practical) 51 0620/51 1h15m
First Language Arabic (Reading) 1 0508/1 2h Chemistry (Alternative to Practical) 61 0620/61 1h
First Language Chinese (Reading) 1 0509/1 2h First Language Spanish 1 0502/1 1h45m
First Language Czech (Reading) 1 0514/1 2h (Reading Passage - Core)
First Language Dutch (Reading) 1 0503/1 2h First Language Spanish 2 0502/2 2h
First Language French (Reading) 1 0501/1 2h (Reading Passages - Extended)
First Language German (Reading) 1 0505/1 2h
First Language Japanese 2 0507/2 2h15m Chemistry (Practical) 31 5070/31 1h30m
(Reading & Directed Writing) Chemistry (Alternative to Practical) 41 5070/41 1h
First Language Korean (Reading) 1 0521/1 2h
First Language Russian (Reading) 1 0516/1 2h Biology (Practical 1) 31 9700/31 2h
First Language Sesotho 2 0506/2 2h15m
(Reading & Directed Writing)
First Language Thai 2 0518/2 2h15m
(Reading & Directed Writing)
Tuesday First Language Turkish (Reading) 1 0513/1 2h
18 May Greek (Reading & Directed Writing) 2 0543/2 1h30m
Hindi as a Second Language 1 0549/1 2h
(Reading and Writing)
Malay (Reading & Directed Writing) 2 0546/2 1h30m
Pakistan Studies 2 0448/2 1h30m

Pakistan Studies 2 2059/2 1h30m


Swahili 1 3162/1 3h

Marine Science 2 9693/2 1h15m


Music 1 8663/1 2h
Music 1 9703/1 2h

Further Mathematics 12 9231/12 3h

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Cambridge International Mathematics (Core) 3 0607/3 1h45m French (Listening) 11 0520/11 c.45m
Cambridge International Mathematics (Ext.) 4 0607/4 2h15m Literature (English) 11 0486/11 2h15m
Mathematics (with Coursework – Core) 32 0581/32 2h Literature (English) 41 0486/41 2h15m
Mathematics (with Coursework – Ext.) 42 0581/42 2h30m
Wednesday Mathematics (without Coursework – Core) 32 0580/32 2h Literature in English 11 2010/11 2h40m
19 May Mathematics (without Coursework – Ext.) 42 0580/42 2h30m
General Paper 11 8004/11 2h
Law 22 9084/22 1h30m Physics (Multiple Choice) 11 9702/11 1h
Mathematics 22 9709/22 1h15m
Mathematics 42 9709/42 1h15m

Morning session Afternoon session

FINAL
Key:

17-21 May 2010 IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

Morning session Afternoon session

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Arabic (Continuous Writing) 4 0544/4 1h15m Biology (Practical) 51 0610/51 1h


First Language Arabic (Writing) 2 0508/2 2h Biology (Alternative to Practical) 61 0610/61 1h
First Language Chinese (Writing) 2 0509/2 1h15m Dutch (Reading & Directed Writing) 2 0515/2 1h30m
First Language Czech (Writing) 2 0514/2 2h First Language Portuguese (Writing) 2 0504/2 2h
First Language Dutch (Writing) 2 0503/2 2h First Language Spanish 3 0502/3 2h
First Language French (Writing) 2 0501/2 2h (Directed Writing & Composition)
First Language German (Writing) 2 0505/2 2h Mandarin Chinese 4 0547/4 1h15m
First Language Japanese 3 0507/3 1h15m (Continuous Writing)
(Continuous Writing) Portuguese (Continuous Writing) 4 0540/4 1h15m
First Language Korean (Writing) 2 0521/2 2h
Thursday First Language Russian (Writing) 2 0516/2 2h Biology (Practical) 31 5090/31 1h15m
20 May First Language Sesotho 3 0506/3 1h15m Biology (Alternative to Practical) 61 5090/61 1h
(Continuous Writing)
First Language Thai 3 0518/3 1h15m Chemistry (Practical 1) 31 9701/31 2h
(Continuous Writing)
First Language Turkish (Writing) 2 0513/2 2h
Greek (Continuous Writing) 4 0543/4 1h15m
Malay (Continuous Writing) 4 0546/4 1h15m

Bengali 1 3204/1 2h
First Language Urdu 1 3247/1 1h30m
Second Language Urdu 1 3248/1 2h
Sinhala 1 3205/1 1h30m
Tamil 1 3206/1 1h30m

History 52 9697/52 3h

Computing 32 9691/32 2h

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Geography 5 0460/5 1h30m English as a Second Language 31 0510/31 c.40m


Spanish 42 0530/42 1h15m (Listening – Core)
(Continuous Writing) English as a Second Language 41 0510/41 c.45m
Friday (Listening – Extended)
21 May Religious Studies (Bible Knowledge) 12 2048/12 1h15m First Language English 31 0500/31 2h
Luke & Acts (Short Answers) (Directed Writing & Composition)

Principles of Accounts (Multiple Choice) 11 7110/11 1h


Sociology 12 9699/12 1h30m
English Language 11 8693/11 2h
▲ Marine Science 4 9693/4 1h15m
Psychology 21 9698/21 1h30m
▲ Travel and Tourism 4 9395/4 1h30m

Morning session Afternoon session

FINAL
Key:

24-28 May 2010 IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

Morning session Afternoon session

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Geography 42 0460/42 1h30m Accounting 11 0452/11 1h45m


History 22 0470/22 2h Biology (Core) 21 0610/21 1h15m
Monday
Biology (Extended) 31 0610/31 1h15m
24 May Geography 22 2217/22 2h15m
Chemistry (Multiple Choice) 11 5070/11 1h
Accounting 22 9706/22 1h30m Chemistry 21 5070/21 1h30m

▲ Applied Information & ▲ Geography 21 9696/21 1h30m


Communication Technology 32 9713/32 1h15m ▲ Geography 31 9696/31 1h30m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Design & Technology 12 0445/12 1h15m Chemistry (Multiple Choice) 11 0620/11 45m
Design & Technology 22, 32, 42 0445/22, 32, 42 1h each French 21 0520/21 1h30m
Spanish (Listening) 12 0530/12 c.45m (Reading & Directed Writing)
Tuesday
Islamiyat 2 2058/2 1h30m French 2 3015/2 1h30m
25 May
Religious Studies (Bible Knowledge) 22 2048/22 1h45m
Luke & Acts (Essay) Physics (Practical 1) 31 9702/31 2h

Environmental Management 22 8291/22 1h30m

▲ Law 32 9084/32 1h30m


▲ Marine Science 3 9693/3 1h30m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

German 2 0525/2 1h30m Combined Science (Multiple Choice) 11 0653/11 45m


(Reading & Directed Writing) Computer Studies 11 0420/11 2h30m
History (Alternative to Coursework) 42 0470/42 1h Co-ordinated Sciences (Multiple Choice) 11 0654/11 45m
Physics (Multiple Choice) 11 0625/11 45m
Wednesday History (World Affairs 1917-1991) 1 2158/1 2h30m Twenty First Century Science 1 0608/1 1h
26 May (Multiple Choice – Core)
Mathematics 62 9709/62 1h15m Twenty First Century Science 2 0608/2 1h
Sociology 22 9699/22 1h30m (Multiple Choice – Extended)

Mathematics 52 9709/52 1h15m Computer Studies 11 7010/11 2h30m

Biology (Multiple Choice) 11 9700/11 1h


Literature in English 41 9695/41 2h

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Geography 22 0460/22 1h30m Combined Science (Core) 21 0653/21 1h15m


Combined Science (Extended) 31 0653/31 1h15m
Agriculture (Practical) 3 5038/3 1h15m Co-ordinated Sciences (Core) 21 0654/21 2h
Co-ordinated Sciences (Extended) 31 0654/31 2h
Thursday Business Studies 12 9707/12 1h15m French 41 0520/41 1h15m
27 May Portuguese Literature 4 8672/4 2h30m (Continuous Writing)
Urdu Language 2 8686/2 1h45m Physics (Core) 21 0625/21 1h15m
Physics (Extended) 31 0625/31 1h15m
Portuguese 4 9718/4 2h30m Twenty First Century Science (Core) 3 0608/3 1h30m
Twenty First Century Science (Extended) 4 0608/4 1h30m

Combined Science (Multiple Choice) 1 5129/1 1h


Physics (Multiple Choice) 11 5054/11 1h
Physics 21 5054/21 1h45m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Travel and Tourism 2 0471/2 2h30m Business Studies 21 0450/21 1h45m


Economics 31 0455/31 1h30m
Friday Mathematics 32 9709/32 1h45m
28 May Business Studies 21 7115/21 1h45m

▲ Physics 41 9702/41 1h45m


Thinking Skills 31 9694/31 1h15m

Morning session Afternoon session

FINAL
Key:

31 May - 4 June 2010 IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

Morning session Afternoon session

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Latin 1 0480/1 1h30m Environmental Management 11 0680/11 1h30m


Literature (Spanish) 1 0488/1 2h15m
Mathematics ‘D’ 11 4024/11 2h
Monday Commerce 22 7100/22 2h
31 May Chemistry 21 9701/21 1h15m
S Sociology 32 9699/32 3h
Chemistry 51 9701/51 1h15m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Sociology 12 0495/12 2h30m Environmental Management 21 0680/21 1h45m

Sociology 12 2251/12 2h30m Environmental Management 11 5014/11 2h15m


Tuesday
1 June French Language 22 8682/22 1h45m Biology (Practical 2) 32 9700/32 2h

French 22 9716/22 1h45m


▲ Mathematics 72 9709/72 1h15m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Literature (Spanish) 3 0488/3 1h Mathematics ‘D’ 21 4024/21 2h30m


(Alternative to Coursework)
Economics 21 9708/21 1h30m
Wednesday Human & Social Biology (Multiple Choice) 12 5096/12 1h
2 June Human & Social Biology 22 5096/22 2h Thinking Skills 41 9694/41 1h30m

French Language 32 8682/32 1h30m

French 32 9716/32 1h30m


▲ Law 42 9084/42 1h30m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Bangladesh Studies 2 0449/2 1h30m Twenty First Century Science 5 0608/5 1h30m
Child Development 1 0637/1 2h
Principles of Accounts 21 7110/21 2h
Bangladesh Studies 2 7094/2 1h30m
Thursday Physics (Practical 2) 32 9702/32 2h
3 June First Language Spanish 42 8665/42 2h30m
History 32 9697/32 3h
Spanish Literature 42 8673/42 2h30m

S Further Mathematics 22 9231/22 3h


Spanish 42 9719/42 2h30m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Drama 12 0411/12 2h30m Biology (Multiple Choice) 11 5090/11 1h


Latin 2 0480/2 1h30m Biology 21 5090/21 1h45m
Friday
Commerce (Multiple Choice) 12 7100/12 1h Economics (Multiple Choice) 11 9708/11 1h
4 June
Accounting (Multiple Choice) 12 9706/12 1h Biology 41 9700/41 2h
Business Studies 22 9707/22 1h30m

Morning session Afternoon session

FINAL
Key:

7-11 June 2010 IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

Morning session Afternoon session

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Sociology 22 0495/22 1h45m Accounting 21 0452/21 1h45m


Chemistry (Core) 21 0620/21 1h15m
Sociology 22 2251/22 1h45m Chemistry (Extended) 31 0620/31 1h15m
Monday
7 June First Language Spanish 22 8665/22 1h45m Combined Science 2 5129/2 2h15m
Spanish Language 22 8685/22 1h45m
▲ Psychology 31 9698/31 3h
▲ Spanish 22 9719/22 1h45m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Cambridge International Mathematics (Core) 5 0607/5 1h Additional Mathematics 11 0606/11 2h


Cambridge International Mathematics (Ext.) 6 0607/6 1h30m Biology (Multiple Choice) 11 0610/11 45m
German (Continuous Writing) 4 0525/4 1h15m
Tuesday
Additional Mathematics 11 4037/11 2h
8 June Accounting 42 9706/42 2h
▲ Chemistry 41 9701/41 1h45m
▲ Literature in English 51 9695/51 2h

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Physical Education 12 0413/12 1h45m Economics 21 0455/21 2h


Literature (English) 31 0486/31 1h20m
▲ Business Studies 32 9707/32 3h (Alternative to Coursework)
Wednesday
Literature (English) 51 0486/51 45m
9 June
Economics 21 2281/21 2h

Physics 21 9702/21 1h

▲ Physics 51 9702/51 1h15m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

Food & Nutrition 1 0648/1 2h Additional Mathematics 21 0606/21 2h

Thursday Food & Nutrition 1 6065/1 2h Additional Mathematics 21 4037/21 2h


10 June
Spanish Language 32 8685/32 1h30m Chemistry (Multiple Choice) 11 9701/11 1h

▲ Accounting (Multiple Choice) 32 9706/32 1h Economics 41 9708/41 2h15m


Spanish 32 9719/32 1h30m

Syllabus/Component Code Duration Syllabus/Component Code Duration

German (Listening) 1 0525/1 c.45m Economics (Multiple Choice) 11 0455/11 45m


Global Perspectives 3 0457/3 2h Environmental Management 41 0680/41 1h30m
(Alternative to Coursework)
Friday French Literature 4 8670/4 2h30m
11 June Economics (Multiple Choice) 11 2281/11 1h
▲ French 42 9716/42 2h30m Environmental Management 21 5014/21 1h30m

▲ Economics (Multiple Choice) 31 9708/31 1h


▲ Literature in English 61 9695/61 2h
▲ Literature in English 71 9695/71 2h

Morning session Afternoon session

FINAL
Key:
IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level
Key to final timetable
June 2010 A–D
Subject Code Date Session Duration Subject Code Date Session Duration

Accounting 0452/11 24 May p.m. 1h45m Chemistry 0620/11 25 May p.m. 45m
A 0452/21 7 June p.m. 1h45m 0620/21
0620/31
7 June
7 June
p.m.
p.m.
1h15m
1h15m
Accounting 9706/12 4 June a.m. 1h 0620/51 18 May p.m. 1h15m
9706/22 24 May a.m. 1h30m 0620/61 18 May p.m. 1h
9706/32 10 June a.m. 1h
9706/42 8 June a.m. 2h Chemistry 5070/11 24 May p.m. 1h
5070/21 24 May p.m. 1h30m
Additional Mathematics 0606/11 8 June p.m. 2h 5070/31 18 May p.m. 1h30m
0606/21 10 June p.m. 2h 5070/41 18 May p.m. 1h

A Additional Mathematics 4037/11


4037/21
8 June
10 June
p.m.
p.m.
2h
2h
Chemistry 9701/11
9701/21
10 June
31 May
p.m.
p.m.
1h
1h15m
9701/31 20 May p.m. 2h
Agriculture 5038/1 14 May a.m. 2h 9701/41 8 June p.m. 1h45m
5038/3 27 May a.m. 1h15m 9701/51 31 May p.m. 1h15m

Applied Information & 9713/12 12 May a.m. 1h15m Child Development 0637/1 3 June a.m. 2h
Communication 9713/32 24 May a.m. 1h15m
Technology Chinese
First Language Chinese 0509/1 18 May a.m. 2h
Arabic 0509/2 20 May a.m. 1h15m
Arabic 0544/2 18 May a.m. 1h30m
0544/4 20 May a.m. 1h15m Mandarin Chinese 0547/1 11 May p.m. 35m
0547/2 13 May p.m. 1h30m
First Language Arabic 0508/1 18 May a.m. 2h 0547/4 20 May p.m. 1h15m
0508/2 20 May a.m. 2h C Combined Science 0653/11 26 May p.m. 45m
0653/21 27 May p.m. 1h15m
0653/31 27 May p.m. 1h15m
0653/51 11 May p.m. 1h30m
Subject Code Date Session Duration 0653/61 11 May p.m. 1h

Combined Science 5129/1 27 May p.m. 1h


Bangladesh Studies 0449/1 13 May a.m. 1h30m
5129/2 7 June p.m. 2h15m
0449/2 3 June a.m. 1h30m

Commerce 7100/12 4 June a.m. 1h


Bangladesh Studies 7094/1 13 May a.m. 1h30m
7100/22 31 May a.m. 2h
7094/2 3 June a.m. 1h30m

Computer Studies 0420/11 26 May p.m. 2h30m


Bengali 3204/1 20 May a.m. 2h
3204/2 13 May a.m. 1h30m
Computer Studies 7010/11 26 May p.m. 2h30m
Biology 0610/11 8 June p.m. 45m
Computing 9691/12 17 May a.m. 2h30m
0610/21 24 May p.m. 1h15m
S 9691/32 20 May a.m. 2h
0610/31 24 May p.m. 1h15m
0610/51 20 May p.m. 1h
Co-ordinated Sciences 0654/11 26 May p.m. 45m
0610/61 20 May p.m. 1h
0654/21 27 May p.m. 2h
0654/31 27 May p.m. 2h
B Biology 5090/11
5090/21
4 June
4 June
p.m.
p.m.
1h
1h45m
0654/51 11 May p.m. 2h
0654/61 11 May p.m. 1h
5090/31 20 May p.m. 1h15m
5090/61 20 May p.m. 1h
Czech
First Language Czech 0514/1 18 May a.m. 2h
Biology 9700/11 26 May p.m. 1h
0514/2 20 May a.m. 2h
9700/21 14 May p.m. 1h15m
9700/31 18 May p.m. 2h
9700/32 1 June p.m. 2h
9700/41 4 June p.m. 2h Subject Code Date Session Duration
9700/51 14 May p.m. 1h15m

Business Studies 0450/11 17 May p.m. 1h45m Design & Technology 0445/12 25 May a.m. 1h15m
0450/21 28 May p.m. 1h45m 0445/22 25 May a.m. 1h
0445/32 25 May a.m. 1h
Business Studies 7115/11 17 May p.m. 1h45m 0445/42 25 May a.m. 1h
7115/21 28 May p.m. 1h45m
D Drama 0411/12 04 June a.m. 2h30m
Business Studies 9707/12 27 May a.m. 1h15m
9707/22 4 June a.m. 1h30m Dutch
9707/32 9 June a.m. 3h Dutch 0515/1 12 May p.m. c.45m
0515/2 20 May p.m. 1h30m
0515/4 13 May p.m. 1h15m

First Language Dutch 0503/1 18 May a.m. 2h


0503/2 20 May a.m. 2h

FINAL
Key:

Key to final timetable IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

June 2010 E–G


Subject Code Date Session Duration Subject Code Date Session Duration

Economics 0455/11 11 June p.m. 45m French


0455/21 9 June p.m. 2h First Language French 0501/1 18 May a.m. 2h
0455/31 28 May p.m. 1h30m 0501/2 20 May a.m. 2h

Economics 2281/11 11 June p.m. 1h French 0520/11 19 May p.m. c.45m


2281/21 9 June p.m. 2h 0520/21 25 May p.m. 1h30m
0520/41 27 May p.m. 1h15m
Economics 9708/11 4 June p.m. 1h
9708/21 2 June p.m. 1h30m French 3015/1 11 May p.m. 1h30m
9708/31 11 June p.m. 1h 3015/2 25 May p.m. 1h30m
9708/41 10 June p.m. 2h15m F
French 9716/22 1 June a.m. 1h45m
English 9716/32 2 June a.m. 1h30m
English as a Second 0510/11 14 May p.m. 1h30m 9716/42 11June a.m. 2h30m
Language 0510/21 14 May p.m. 2h
0510/31 21 May p.m. c.40m French Language 8682/22 1 June a.m. 1h45m
0510/41 21 May p.m. c.45m 8682/32 2 June a.m. 1h30m

English Language 0396/11 11 May p.m. 2h French Literature 8670/4 11 June a.m. 2h30m

English Language 1123/11 12 May p.m. 1h30m Food & Nutrition 0648/1 10 June a.m. 2h
1123/21 12 May p.m. 1h30m
Food & Nutrition 6065/1 10 June a.m. 2h
English Language 8693/11 21 May p.m. 2h
8693/21 11 May p.m. 2h Further Mathematics 9231/12 18 May a.m. 3h
9231/22 3 June a.m. 3h
English Literature 0397/11 17 May p.m. 2h
E
First Language English 0500/11 14 May p.m. 1h45m
0500/21 14 May p.m. 2h Subject Code Date Session Duration
0500/31 21 May p.m. 2h
General Paper 8004/11 19 May p.m. 2h
Language & Literature 8695/21 11 May p.m. 2h
in English 8695/91 17 May p.m. 2h
Geography 0460/5 21 May a.m. 1h30m
0460/12 17 May a.m. 1h45m
Literature (English) 0486/11 19 May p.m. 2h15m
0460/22 27 May a.m. 1h30m
0486/31 9 June p.m. 1h20m
0460/42 24 May a.m. 1h30m
0486/41 19 May p.m. 2h15m
0486/51 9 June p.m. 45m
Geography 2217/12 17 May a.m. 1h45m
2217/22 24 May a.m. 2h15m
Literature in English 2010/11 19 May p.m. 2h40m
Geography 9696/11 13 May p.m. 3h
Literature in English 9695/31 17 May p.m. 2h
9696/21 24 May p.m. 1h30m
9695/41
9695/51
26 May
8 June
p.m.
p.m.
2h
2h
G 9696/31 24 May p.m. 1h30m

9695/61 11 June p.m. 2h


German
9695/71 11 June p.m. 2h
First Language German 0505/1 18 May a.m. 2h
0505/2 20 May a.m. 2h
Environmental 0680/11 31 May p.m. 1h30m
Management 0680/21 1 June p.m. 1h45m
German 0525/1 11 June a.m. c.45m
0680/41 11 June p.m. 1h30m
0525/2 26 May a.m. 1h30m
0525/4 8 June a.m. 1h15m
Environmental 5014/11 1 June p.m. 2h15m
Management 5014/21 11 June p.m. 1h30m
Global Perspectives 0457/3 11 June a.m. 2h
Environmental 8291/12 14 May a.m. 1h30m
Greek 0543/2 18 May a.m. 1h30m
Management 8291/22 25 May a.m. 1h30m
0543/4 20 May a.m. 1h15m

FINAL
Key:

Key to final timetable IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

June 2010 H–P


Subject Code Date Session Duration Subject Code Date Session Duration

Hindi as a Second 0549/1 18 May a.m. 2h Mathematics


Language 0549/2 13 May a.m. c.45m Cambridge International 0607/1 12 May a.m. 45m
Mathematics 0607/2 12 May a.m. 45m
History 0470/12 11 May a.m. 2h 0607/3 19 May a.m. 1h45m
0470/22 24 May a.m. 2h 0607/4 19 May a.m. 2h15m
0470/42 26 May a.m. 1h 0607/5 8 June a.m. 1h
H History 2158/1 26 May a.m. 2h30m
0607/6 8 June a.m. 1h30m

Mathematics 0580/12 12 May a.m. 1h


History 9697/6 13 May a.m. 3h (without Coursework) 0580/22 12 May a.m. 1h30m
9697/12 17 May a.m. 3h 0580/32 19 May a.m. 2h
9697/32 3 June a.m. 3h 0580/42 19 May a.m. 2h30m
9697/52 20 May a.m. 3h
Mathematics 0581/12 12 May a.m. 1h
Human & Social Biology 5096/12
5096/22
2 June
2 June
a.m.
a.m.
1h
2h
M (with Coursework) 0581/22
0581/32
12 May
19 May
a.m.
a.m.
1h30m
2h
0581/42 19 May a.m. 2h30m

Mathematics 9709/12 12 May a.m. 1h45m


Subject Code Date Session Duration 9709/22 19 May a.m. 1h15m
9709/32 28 May a.m. 1h45m
9709/42 19 May a.m. 1h15m
Information and 0417/12 14 May a.m. 2h
I Communication Technology
9709/52
9709/62
26 May
26 May
a.m.
a.m.
1h15m
1h15m
▲ 9709/72 1 June a.m. 1h15m
Islamiyat 2058/1 11 May a.m. 1h30m
2058/2 25 May a.m. 1h30m
Mathematics ‘D’ 4024/11 31 May p.m. 2h
4024/21 2 June p.m. 2h30m

Subject Code Date Session Duration Music 0410/1 14 May a.m. 1h


0410/2 14 May a.m. 40m

J Japanese Music 8663/1 18 May a.m. 2h


First Language Japanese 0507/2 18 May a.m. 2h15m
0507/3 20 May a.m. 1h15m Music 9703/1 18 May a.m. 2h

Subject Code Date Session Duration

K Korean
N
Subject Code Date Session Duration
First Language Korean 0521/1 18 May a.m. 2h
0521/2 20 May a.m. 2h Nepali 3202/1 14 May a.m. 3h

Subject Code Date Session Duration Subject Code Date Session Duration

Latin 0480/1 31 May a.m. 1h30m Pakistan Studies 0448/1 13 May a.m. 1h30m
0480/2 4 June a.m. 1h30m 0448/2 18 May a.m. 1h30m
L Law 9084/12 14 May a.m. 1h30m Pakistan Studies 2059/1 13 May a.m. 1h30m
9084/22 19 May a.m. 1h30m 2059/2 18 May a.m. 1h30m
9084/32 25 May a.m. 1h30m
9084/42 2 June a.m. 1h30m Physical Education 0413/12 9 June a.m. 1h45m

Physics 0625/11 26 May p.m. 45m


0625/21 27 May p.m. 1h15m
Subject Code Date Session Duration
0625/31 27 May p.m. 1h15m

Malay 0546/2 18 May a.m. 1h30m


P 0625/51
0625/61
11 May
11 May
p.m.
p.m.
1h15m
1h
0546/4 20 May a.m. 1h15m
Physics 5054/11 27 May p.m. 1h
M Marine Science 9693/1 14 May a.m. 1h30m 5054/21 27 May p.m. 1h45m
9693/2 18 May a.m. 1h15m 5054/31 11 May p.m. 2h
9693/3 25 May a.m. 1h30m 5054/41 11 May p.m. 1h
9693/4 21 May a.m. 1h15m
Physics 9702/11 19 May p.m. 1h
9702/21 9 June p.m. 1h
9702/31 25 May p.m. 2h
continued… 9702/32 3 June p.m. 2h
9702/41 28 May p.m. 1h45m
9702/51 9 June p.m. 1h15m

continued…

FINAL
Key:

Key to final timetable IGCSE O Level AICE(HC) AS Level A Level

June 2010 P-U


Subject Code Date Session Duration Subject Code Date Session Duration

Portuguese Tamil 3206/1 20 May a.m. 1h30m


First Language Portuguese 0504/1 17 May p.m. 2h 3206/2 13 May a.m. 1h30m
0504/2 20 May p.m. 2h
Thai
Portuguese 0540/2 17 May p.m. 1h30m First Language Thai 0518/2 18 May a.m. 2h15m
0540/4 20 May p.m. 1h15m 0518/3 20 May a.m. 1h15m

Portuguese 9718/2 11 May a.m. 1h45m Thinking Skills 9694/11 12 May p.m. 1h30m
P 9718/3
9718/4
14 May
27 May
a.m.
a.m.
1h30m
2h30m
9694/21
9694/31
11 May
28 May
p.m.
p.m.
1h30m
1h15m
9694/41 2 June p.m. 1h30m
Portuguese Language 8684/2 11 May a.m. 1h45m T
8684/3 14 May a.m. 1h30m Travel and Tourism 0471/1 11 May a.m. 2h
0471/2 28 May a.m. 2h30m
Portuguese Literature 8672/4 27 May a.m. 2h30m
Travel and Tourism 9395/1 11 May a.m. 2h30m
Principles of Accounts 7110/11 21 May p.m. 1h 9395/3 13 May a.m. 1h30m
7110/21 3 June p.m. 2h 9395/4 21 May a.m. 1h30m

Psychology 9698/11 12 May p.m. 1h30m Turkish


9698/21 21 May p.m. 1h30m First Language Turkish 0513/1 18 May a.m. 2h
9698/31 7 June p.m. 3h 0513/2 20 May a.m. 2h

Twenty First Century 0608/1 26 May p.m. 1h


Subject Code Date Session Duration Science 0608/2 26 May p.m. 1h
0608/3 27 May p.m. 1h30m
0608/4 27 May p.m. 1h30m
Religious Studies 2048/12 21 May a.m. 1h15m
R (Bible Knowledge) 2048/22 25 May a.m. 1h45m
0608/5 3 June p.m. 1h30m

Russian
First Language Russian 0516/1 18 May a.m. 2h
0516/2 20 May a.m. 2h Subject Code Date Session Duration

Subject Code Date Session Duration Urdu


First Language Urdu 3247/1 20 May a.m. 1h30m
3247/2 17 May a.m. 1h30m
Sesotho
First Language Sesotho 0506/2 18 May a.m. 2h15m U Second Language Urdu 3248/1 20 May a.m. 2h
0506/3 20 May a.m. 1h15m
3248/2 17 May a.m. 1h45m
Sinhala 3205/1 20 May a.m. 1h30m
Urdu Language 8686/2 27 May a.m. 1h45m
3205/2 13 May a.m. 1h30m
8686/3 11 May a.m. 1h30m
Sociology 0495/12 1 June a.m. 2h30m
0495/22 7 June a.m. 1h45m

Sociology 2251/12 1 June a.m. 2h30m


2251/22 7 June a.m. 1h45m

Sociology 9699/12 21 May a.m. 1h30m


9699/22 26 May a.m. 1h30m
9699/32 31 May a.m. 3h

Spanish
S First Language Spanish 0502/1 18 May p.m. 1h45m
0502/2 18 May p.m. 2h
0502/3 20 May p.m. 2h

First Language Spanish 8665/22 7 June a.m. 1h45m


8665/42 3 June a.m. 2h30m

Literature (Spanish) 0488/1 31 May a.m. 2h15m


0488/3 2 June a.m. 1h

Spanish 0530/12 25 May a.m. c.45m


0530/22 12 May a.m. 1h30m
0530/42 21 May a.m. 1h15m

Spanish 9719/22 7 June a.m. 1h45m


9719/32 10 June a.m. 1h30m
9719/42 3 June a.m. 2h30m

Spanish Language 8685/22 7 June a.m. 1h45m


8685/32 10 June a.m. 1h30m

Spanish Literature 8673/42 3 June a.m. 2h30m

Swahili 3162/1 18 May a.m. 3h

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