Arabic GCSE Course.
Course: GCSE Modern Arabic
Location: Online via Skype, your home or other venue.
Start: Flexible throughout the year.
Times: Daytime or Evenings.
Duration: Starting from 12 weeks. Most take it over 52 weeks and a few students do 2 years.
Suitability: Anyone with a background in Arabic.
Fee Arrangement: See Rates page.
Assessment: 1) Initial Course interview/assessment.
2) End of course assessment is by final examination.
Awarding body: Edexcel GCSE Certification.
How it works: Register for tuition with Arabic Daily, in September or earlier. Then round about December let your school know you wish to take the GCSE Exam at school.
Entry Requirements: Ideally at least 150 hours of previous Arabic study. If you have previous knowledge of Arabic, whether Quranic or general contact with the language, you may be prepared enough to continue Arabic at GCSE level. This level is not suitable for absolute beginners.
Not Prepared?: Try our pre-GCSE Arabic lessons.
Unit 1. (5AR01) Listening and Understanding in Arabic.
Unit 2. (5AR02) Speaking in Arabic, (This is usually the first paper to be taken).
Unit 3. (5AR03) Reading and Understanding in Arabic.
Unit 4. (5AR04) Writing in Arabic. (Usually the last paper).
The Two Themes:
1) Media, travel and culture.
2) Sport, leisure and work.
For other detailed Information: Please email us or call.
Disclaimer: Information about the GCSE Arabic course, as detailed above, was correct at the time of publication. This information is subject to change either by Edexcel or Arabic Daily.