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Arabic 2016 study score
« on: August 19, 2016, 11:34:16 am »
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Hi guys!

So I'm  doing arabic 3 and 4 this year. I was orginally aiming a really high study score but I find it extremely difficult to get a good score. My sacs are not that great and I was wondering if you guys know what it takes to get atleast a 30 in Arabic. I did unit 1 and 2 last year and i thought I would be fine this year but I'm really scared that I am going to fail this subject.

any advice would help thanks guys  :) :)



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Re: Arabic 2016 study score
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2017, 02:50:03 pm »
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Well When it comes to Arabic the sacs are only related to the final part of the exam. In other word it is only 15/75. The exam is mostly about translation, excluding the second listening task and the second writing task and the final task. So 35/75 is translation and the rest 40/75 are pure Arabic. I am doing Arabic 3&4 this year and honestly I can not predict my exam results. My brother did Arabic back in 2015, he was predicting a score of 40+, but he ended up with 32. So when it comes to Arabic it is very hard to predict scores. The exam is not extremely hard but silly mistakes and time management is the key. So good luck