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CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL EXAMINATIONS
Cambridge Ordinary Level

MARK SCHEME for the May/June 2015 series

3247 FIRST LANGUAGE URDU
3247/02

Paper 2 (Texts), maximum raw mark 50

This mark scheme is published as an aid to teachers and candidates, to indicate the requirements of
the examination. It shows the basis on which Examiners were instructed to award marks. It does not
indicate the details of the discussions that took place at an Examiners’ meeting before marking began,
which would have considered the acceptability of alternative answers.
Mark schemes should be read in conjunction with the question paper and the Principal Examiner
Report for Teachers.
Cambridge will not enter into discussions about these mark schemes.
Cambridge is publishing the mark schemes for the May/June 2015 series for most
Cambridge IGCSE®, Cambridge International A and AS Level components and some
Cambridge O Level components.

® IGCSE is the registered trademark of Cambridge International Examinations.

Page 2

Mark Scheme
Cambridge O Level – May/June 2015

Syllabus
3247

Paper
02

Part 1 indicative content
Candidates should include the following:




‫ ﮯ دار ﮯ اﮨ ﮩ‬
‫ ں ﮯ دار ﮯ اﮨ ﮩ‬

‫ا ا ِز ن‬

Part 1 banded mark scheme
Level 6

18 – 20
marks

Sustains a perceptive, convincing and relevant personal response.
• shows a clear critical understanding of the text
• responds sensitively and in detail to the way the writer achieves
her/his effects
• integrates much well-selected reference to the text.

Level 5

15 – 17
marks

Makes a well-developed, detailed and relevant personal response.
• shows a clear understanding of the text and some of its deeper
implications
• makes a developed response to the way the writer achieves her/his
effects
• supports with careful and relevant reference to the text.

Level 4

11 – 14
marks

Makes a reasonably developed relevant personal response.
• shows understanding of the text and some of its deeper implications
• makes some response to the way the writer uses
• shows some thoroughness in the use of supporting evidence from the
text.

Level 3

7 – 10
marks

Begins to develop a relevant personal response.
• shows some understanding of meaning
• makes a little reference to the language of the text
• uses some supporting textual detail.

Level 2

4–6
marks

Attempts to communicate a basic personal response to the task.
• makes some relevant comments
• shows a basic understanding of surface meaning of the text
• makes a little supporting reference to the text.

Level 1

1–3
marks

Some evidence of simple personal response.
• makes a few straightforward comments
• shows a few signs of understanding the surface meaning of the text
• makes a little reference to the text.

Level 0

0 marks

No rewardable response.

© Cambridge International Examinations 2015

Page 3

Mark Scheme
Cambridge O Level – May/June 2015

Syllabus
3247

Paper
02

Parts 2 and 3 banded mark scheme
There are a maximum of 15 marks available for each of Questions 2, 3, 4 and 5 .
The mark scheme should be applied according to a ‘best fit’ approach. Responses will not necessarily
contain all the features of one band. First fit the response into a band and then adjust upwards and
downwards in marks as appropriate.
Level 5

12 – 15
marks

Makes a well-developed and detailed response.
• shows a clear understanding of the text and some of its deeper
implications
• makes a developed response to the way the writer achieves her/his
effects (sustaining an appropriate voice in an empathic task)
• supports with careful and relevant reference to the text
• fully addresses the focus of the question.

Level 4

10 – 12
marks

Makes a reasonably developed relevant response.
• shows understanding of the text and some of its deeper implications
• makes some response to the way the writer uses language (using
suitable features of expression in an empathic task)
• shows some thoroughness in the use of supporting evidence from the
text
• addresses the focus of the question.

Level 3

7–9
marks

Makes a relevant response.
• shows some understanding of meaning
• makes a little reference to the language of the text (beginning to
assume a voice in an empathic task)
• uses some supporting textual detail
• partly addresses the focus of the question.

Level 2

4–6
marks

Attempts to communicate a basic response to the task.
• makes some relevant comments
• shows a basic understanding of surface meaning of the text (of
character in an empathic task)
• makes a little supporting reference to the text
• makes some attempt to address the question.

Level 1

1–3
marks

Limited attempt to respond.
• makes a few straightforward comments
• shows a few signs of understanding the surface meaning of the text
(of
• character in an empathic task)
• makes a little reference to the text
• little relevance to the question.

Level 0

0 marks

No rewardable response.

(See also Part 2 indicative content on following page.)

© Cambridge International Examinations 2015

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Mark Scheme
Cambridge O Level – May/June 2015

Part 2 indicative content
Candidates may include the following in their answers:


Question 2



‫" ہ‬# ‫ ن‬$ %
‫ ا از ن‬%
%&' ‫ & ا‬



Question 3



‫*) ل‬+‫*) رات ا‬+‫ ﮩ ت اور ا‬.#/






0‫ د‬+ ‫ز ن و ن‬
‫ ز‬+ ‫ ف اور‬2/



Part 3 indicative content



Candidates may include the following in their answers:
Question 4




‫ س‬.4 ‫ ن اُس‬6‫ا & ن ﮩ‬

78 9 ‫ اس‬9‫ ;ﭨ‬7<
‫@ ﮟ > ق‬A B ‫ا اور‬

Question 5




4 &C &C
&' ‫ ) ے ﮯ‬
‫@ > ق‬A B ‫ا اور‬

© Cambridge International Examinations 2015

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Paper
02


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