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ContentsInstructions. 03Weekly view. 06Test date windows. 0405–09 October 2015. 06Cambridge IGCSE. 0412–17 October 2015. 07Cambridge O Level. 0419–23 October 2015. 08Cambridge International AS Level. 0526–30 October 2015. 09Cambridge International A Level. 0502–07 November 2015. 10Cambridge Pre-U GPR (International version). 0509–13 November 2015. 1116–20 November 2015. 12Syllabus view (A–Z) . 13Cambridge IGCSE. 13Cambridge O Level. 14Cambridge International AS Level. 15Cambridge International A Level. 16Cambridge Pre-U GPR (International version). 16Note: The whole contents list is interactive not just the page number.1Contents2Instructions3Test DateWindows4Timetable inweekly view5Timetable insyllabus viewCambridge Final Examination Timetable2November 2015

InstructionsThis timetable contains a full list of all exams for the November 2015 series.This is the final version of the timetable. Please note there may be somechanges from the provisional timetable. You can view the timetable byweek or by syllabus.Communicating timetable arrangements to candidatesAny time for candidates to read through question papers and to study mapsetc. is already included in the total time shown in the timetable. You mustnot allow any additional time.Centres are responsible for making sure candidates know: The start and finish time for each exam Any necessary supervision arrangements Any changes to the timetableVisit CIE Direct (http://direct.cie.org.uk) to download your Centre’stimetable which only includes the syllabuses you have made entries for.Planning your timetable and Key TimesAny updates to this timetable will be shared with you inour monthly Cambridge Exams Officer eNewsletter. Visitwww.cie.org.uk/examsofficers to find out more about thisimportant resource.Exams must be taken in the morning (AM) or afternoon (PM) session asshown on this timetable and in accordance with the Key Time regulations.There is one Key Time for the morning (AM) session and a second Key Time(PM) for the afternoon session. Your Key Times can be found on the KeyTimes page of our website at www.cie.org.uk/keytimeTimetable clashes and deviationsPlease study the final timetable and identify any potential timetable clashes.You should wait until you have submitted your entries and received yourtimetable clash report before applying for a timetable deviation. For furtherdetails about timetable clashes and applying for a timetable deviation pleasesee section 1 of the Cambridge Handbook.All candidates entered for exams in a session must be under Full CentreSupervision at the Key Time. If Centres timetable exams after the Key Time,candidates must be kept under Full Centre Supervision from the Key Time untilthe candidates start the exam; or if the candidates have already completed theexam, they must be kept under Full Centre Supervision until the Key Time.Where there is more than one paper in a single sessionFor further details about our Key Time and Full Centre Supervisionregulations please see section 4 of the Cambridge Handbook.If a candidate is entered for two papers which are timetabled for the samesession they may have a fully supervised break between the two papers.The regulations regarding Key Time and Full Centre Supervision mustbe followed – for further information about these regulations please seesection 4 of the Cambridge Handbook.This timetable has interactive features which work best in Adobe Reader 9or Adobe Acrobat. You can download the latest Adobe Reader for free ructions3Test DateWindows4Timetable inweekly view5Timetable insyllabus viewCambridge Final Examination Timetable3November 2015

Test date windowsCambridge IGCSESyllabus nameCodeTest date windowAfrikaans as a Second Language, Oral0548/0515 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design, Broad-based Assignment0400/0101 Jul 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design, Design-based Assignment0400/0201 Jul 2015–31 Oct 2015English as a Second Language (Speaking Endorsement), Oral Communication0510/5115 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015English as a Second Language (Speaking Endorsement), Oral Communication0510/5215 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015English as a Second Language (Speaking Endorsement), Oral Communication0510/5315 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015English as a Second Language (Count-in Speaking), Oral Communication0511/5115 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015English as a Second Language (Count-in Speaking), Oral Communication0511/5215 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015English as a Second Language (Count-in Speaking), Oral Communication0511/5315 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015First Language English (Oral Endorsement), Speaking & Listening0500/0515 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015First Language English (Count-in Oral), Speaking and Listening0522/0515 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015First Language Spanish, Speaking/Listening0502/0515 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Food & Nutrition, Practical0648/0201 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015French, Speaking0520/0315 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Indonesian, Speaking0545/0315 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Information and Communication Technology, Practical Test A0417/0207 Oct 2015–13 Oct 2015Information and Communication Technology, Practical Test B0417/0314 Oct 2015–20 Oct 2015Japanese, Speaking0519/0315 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Spanish, Speaking0530/0315 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015English as a Second Language, Oral Communication0465/0315 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015* Candidates taking these components must have exactly 8 weeks preparatory time in which to produce their supporting work. Therefore, the question papers must be given to candidates8 weeks before the date on which the centre has decided to conduct the examination which should be within the range of dates indicated above.Cambridge O LevelSyllabus nameCodeTest date windowArabic (Brunei), Speaking3183/0415 Oct 2015–15 Nov 2015Art and Design (Brunei), Observational Assignment6089/0101 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design (Brunei), Interpretative Assignment6089/0201 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design (Brunei), Design Study6089/0301 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design (Mauritius), Observational Assignment6005/0115 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design (Mauritius), Interpretative Assignment6005/0215 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design (Mauritius), Design Assignment6005/0315 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design, Observational Assignment6090/0101 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design, Interpretative Assignment6090/0201 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Art and Design, Design Assignment6090/0301 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Bahasa Melayu (Brunei), Oral1201/0315 Oct 2015–15 Nov 2015CDT: Design and Communication, Coursework7048/0201 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Design and Technology, Design Project6043/0201 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015English Language (Brunei) Oral1120/0315 Oct 2015–15 Nov 2015Food and Nutrition, Practical6065/0201 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Hafaz al-Quran (Brunei), Oral Test2102/0215 Oct 2015–15 Nov 20151Contents2Instructions3Test DateWindows4Timetable inweekly view5Timetable insyllabus viewCambridge Final Examination Timetable4November 2015

Test date windowsCambridge International AS LevelSyllabus nameCodeTest date windowAfrikaans Language, Speaking (Optional)8679/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015Applied ICT: Practical Test A9713/0205 Oct 2015–11 Oct 2015French Language, Speaking8682/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015German Language, Speaking8683/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015Global Perspectives, Presentation8987/0301 Aug 2015–31 Oct 2015Japanese Language, Speaking8281/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015Spanish Language, Speaking8685/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015*** Work should be despatched to Cambridge as soon as possible after completion of the Controlled Test. The latest date for receipt of work is 15 November 2015.Cambridge International A LevelSyllabus nameCodeTest date windowAfrikaans, Speaking (Optional)9679/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015Applied ICT: Practical Test B9713/0408 Oct 2015–14 Oct 2015Art and Design (Mauritius), Observational Study9393/0115 Sep 2015–15 Oct 2015Art and Design (Mauritius), Interpretative Study9393/0215 Sep 2015–15 Oct 2015Art and Design (Mauritius), Design Study9393/0315 Sep 2015–15 Oct 2015Art and Design, Controlled Test9704/0105 Oct 2015–05 Nov 2015Design and Textiles, Practical Test (AS)9631/0201 Sep 2015–31 Oct 2015Food Studies, Practical Test9336/0224 Aug 2015–23 Oct 2015French, Speaking9716/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015German, Speaking9717/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015Hafaz al-Quran (Brunei), Oral Test9016/0215 Oct 2015–15 Nov 2015Spanish, Speaking9719/0101 Oct 2015–24 Oct 2015* Candidates taking these components must have exactly 8 weeks preparatory time in which to produce their supporting work. Therefore, the question papers must be given to candidates8 weeks before the date on which the centre has decided to conduct the examination which should be within the range of dates indicated above.Cambridge Pre-U GPR (International version)Syllabus nameCodeTest date windowGlobal Perspectives and Independent Research, Paper 3 Presentation9766/0301 Aug 2015–31 Oct 2015Global Perspectives and Independent Research, Paper 3 Presentation9777/0301 Aug 2015–31 Oct 2015Global Perspectives, Presentation1340/0301 Aug 2015–31 Oct 2015Visit our samples database at www.cie.org.uk/samples to find out the deadlines for submitting moderated coursework test samples and examined coursework.1Contents2Instructions3Test DateWindows4Timetable inweekly view5Timetable insyllabus viewCambridge Final Examination Timetable5November 2015

05–09 October 2015Monday 05 us/ComponentCodeDurationSessionOLSetswana3158/012h 30mAMIGTravel and Tourism0471/122hPMASHindi Language8687/031h 30mAMOLStatistics4040/122h 15mPMASUrdu Language8686/031h 30mAMOLTravel and Tourism7096/122hPMALHindi9687/031h 30mAMASDivinity8041/223hPMALUrdu9676/031h 30mAMASTravel and Tourism9395/122h 30mPMALDivinity9011/223hPMIGIsiZulu as a Second Language (Reading and Writing)0531/012hEVASAfrikaans Language8679/021h 45mEVASFirst Language Afrikaans8779/021h 45mEVASTamil Language8689/031h 30mEVALAfrikaans9679/021h 45mEVALTamil9689/031h 30mEVSyllabus/ComponentCodeDurationTuesday 06 nOLEnglish Language1123/121h 30mAMOLArabic3180/011h 30mPMASHinduism8058/013hAMOLPakistan Studies2059/011h 30mPMALHinduism9014/013hAMASEnvironmental Management8291/121h 30mPMASIslamic Studies8053/123hPMALIslamic Studies9013/123hPMIGAfrikaans as a Second Language (Reading and Writing)0548/012hEVIGChild Development0637/012hEVIGFirst Language Afrikaans Wednesday 07 nIGAgriculture0600/121h 45mAMIGTravel and Tourism0471/222h 30mPMIGIslamiyat0493/121h 30mAMOLStatistics4040/222h 15mPMOLAgriculture5038/121h 45mAMOLTravel and Tourism7096/222h 30mPMOLIslamiyat2058/121h 30mAMASDesign and Textiles9631/012hPMOLMarine Science5180/011h 30mAMALDivinity9011/323hPMASGeneral Paper (International)8001/121h 15mAMALIslamic Studies9013/223hPMASGeneral Paper8004/122hAMASAfrikaans Language8679/031h 30mEVALAfrikaans9679/031h 30mEVSyllabus/ComponentCodeDurationThursday 08 nOLPhysics (Multiple Choice)5054/121hAMOLFashion and Textiles6130/012hPMOLPhysics5054/221h 45mAMOLSecond Language Urdu3248/012hPMOLSetswana3158/021h 30mAMALHinduism9014/023hPMASHindi Literature8675/042h 30mAMIGFirst Language Afrikaans (Writing)0512/022hEVALHindi9687/042h 30mAMASFirst Language Afrikaans8779/042h 30mEVALUrdu9676/042h 30mAMALAfrikaans9679/042h 30mEVALTamil9689/042h 30mEVSyllabus/ComponentCodeDurationFriday 09 h 30mSessions: AM morningIG Cambridge IGCSEPM afternoonOL Cambridge O LevelAS Cambridge International AS LevelSessionAMEV eveningPR Cambridge Pre-U GPR (International version)AL Cambridge International A Level1ContentsSessionIGDevelopment Studies0453/012hPMOLHinduism2055/012h 30mPMASEnvironmental Management8291/221h 30mPMASFrench Literature8670/422h 30mPMALDesign and Textiles9631/032hPMALFrench9716/422h 30mPMIGAfrikaans as a Second Language (Listening)0548/0245mEVIGIsiZulu as a Second Language (Listening)0531/0245mEV2Instructions3Test DateWindows4Timetable inweekly view5Timetable insyllabus

Cambridge O Level . Therefore, the question papers must be given to candidates 8 weeks before the date on which the centre has decided to conduct the examination which should be within the range of dates indicated above. Cambridge O Level Syllabus name Code Test date window Arabic (Brunei), Speaking 3183/04 15 Oct 2015–15 Nov 2015 Art and Design (Brunei), Observational Assignment