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5129 w10 er 99%

4 © UCLES 2010 General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level 5129 Combined Science November 2010 Principal Examiner Report for Teachers COMBINED SCIENCE Paper 5129/02 Theory General comments The overall standard of the candidate responses was better than in previous examinations.

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7101 w08 er 99%

It should be emphasised to candidates that including less than the prescribed number reduces the maximum marks that a candidate can score for that particular question, and by including more than the prescribed number does not gain any more marks and, in fact, may waste valuable examination time that could be used elsewhere on the paper to score marks.

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5129 s07 er 99%

Candidate found the questions involving experimental situation difficult due to the inability to apply scientific knowledge to practical situations, particularly in the Biology questions.

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7101 w09 er 99%

It should be emphasised to candidates that including less than the prescribed number reduces the maximum marks that a candidate can score for that particular question.

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3204 s14 er 99%

Question 2 This question was about a flyover proposed to be built in the candidate’s local area.

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5129 s15 er 99%

If a candidate finds a question challenging, one approach might be to use knowledge and judgement to eliminate distractors presenting a clearly incorrect answer leaving a choice between three or two options, giving the candidate a better chance of selecting the right answer.

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5129 w09 er 99%

4 © UCLES 2009 General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level 5129 Combined Science November 2009 Principal Examiner Report for Teachers COMBINED SCIENCE Paper 5129/02 Theory General comments The overall standard of the candidate responses was better than in previous examinations.

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3204 s07 er 99%

It is of absolute importance that every candidate reads all parts of the sentence closely as ‘almost look alike’ sentences often create a great deal of confusion in this type of multiple choice task.

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7115 s12 er 99%

Evaluation marks were frequently lost because the candidate’s decision was not based on the analysis presented in their answer.

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5129 w13 er 99%

This suggests confusion between those muscles that control lens shape for focussing and those muscles in the iris that control candidate size.

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7115 w13 er 99%

This is particularly important when attempting part (e) of each question that requires the candidate to make an evaluation or judgement.

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7115 s15 er 99%

Part (c) questions require the candidate to identify knowledge (2 marks) and apply that knowledge to the situation described in the question stem (further 2 marks).

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