Past Exam Papers
Past Exam Papers for final Written Exams can be found here (click on Streatham Campus / College of Humanities / Foreign Language Centre and then choose the language and level you require, or enter the module code).
Details of generic assessment by level (15 and 30 credits):
Intermediate & Fast-Track Intermediate
- Intermediate 1 30 Credits
- INTERMEDIATE FAST-TRACK (30 CREDITS) Assessment
- Intermediate 2 30 Credits
- Advanced 1 15 Credits
- Advanced 1 30 Credits
- Advanced 2 15 Credits
- Advanced 2 30 Credits
- Advanced 3 (15 credits)
- Advanced 3 (30 credits)
N.B Assessment for incoming / outgoing one-term Erasmus students may be modified as appropriate
Standard Mark Schemes:
- Standard Marking Criteria for Speaking Beginners Conversation
- Standard Mark Scheme Oral Test (Beginners, Fast-Track, Intermediate 1 & 2)
- Standard Mark Scheme for Oral Test (Advanced 1)
- Standard Mark Scheme for Oral Test - Advanced 2 Debate / Discussion
- Standard Mark Scheme for Oral Presentation (Advanced 3 and For Business)
- Oral Presentation Mark Sheet for business
- Standard Mark Scheme for Writing (Beginners, Fast-Track and Intermediate 1 & 2)
- Stand mark scheme for beg, beg for bus, int 1 & 2 for orient language
- Standard Mark Scheme for Writing (Advanced 1 & 2)
- Standard Mark Scheme for Summary Writing (Listening Test)
- Standard Mark Scheme for Summary Writing into Target Language (For Business)
- Standard Mark Scheme for Dossier
Feedback on written exams
If you would like to request feedback on the final Written Exam , please send an email to email@example.com, stating your name, student ID number and the language and level you have taken. You must request this feedback by the end of Term 3 at the latest. We aim to provide you with written feedback within 2 weeks of receiving your request.
We give you feedback in a variety of ways:
- Written feedback on your in-class test/s, with concrete suggestions for things you can do to improve over the remainder of the module. We also ask you to identify what you yourself can do to improve.
- Regular homework items will help you see how you are performing. For 30 credit students at Intermediate and Advanced, the assessed in-class tasks provide an indication of how you are progressing in different language skills.
- During lessons, tutors constantly give feedback on how you are using the language and how to say or write things differently or better.
- You can arrange to see your tutor/s in office hours.