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Art and Design Department

National, Brunei Darussalam

Cambridge O Level Art and Design Syllabus Code 6089 Candidates can choose any area of study for any component. All candidates must complete component one (mandatory) plus one other component. Candidates should be familiar with the assessment criteria when undertaking their studies to ensure that their work meets the requirements against which they will be assessed. Candidates take TWO components. Component 1 (Observational Assignment) and either 2 (Interpretative Assignment) , 3 (Design... Assignment) or 4 ( Coursework Assignment). Total marks = 100 (50% of total marks from each component) Components 1, 2 & 3: 6 Hour practical examination assessed by MOE/Cambridge Examination piece plus up to two sheets (four sides) of supporting studies (maximum size A2). The last possible examination date is 30th April for the June series or 31st October for the November series. Component 4: Internally set assignment, assessed by the Centre and moderated MOE/Cambridge. One final outcome plus supporting portfolio (maximum size of outcome and portfolio is A2, up to four sheets (eight sides) of work in the portfolio). Submit to MOE by 30th April for the June series or 31st October for the November series. Centres may hand out the question paper upon receipt. There is no upper limit to the amount of preparatory time that candidates may have in order to prepare for the examination.  Show More
Cambridge O Level Art and Design Syllabus Code 6089 Candidates can choose any area of study for any component. All candidates must complete component one (mandatory) plus one other component. Candidates should be familiar with the assessment criteria when undertaking their studies to ensure that their work meets the requirements against which they will be assessed. Candidates take TWO components. Component 1 (Observational Assignment) and either 2 (Interpretative Assignment) , 3 (Design... Assignment) or 4 ( Coursework Assignment). Total marks = 100 (50% of total marks from each component) Components 1, 2 & 3: 6 Hour practical examination assessed by MOE/Cambridge Examination piece plus up to two sheets (four sides) of supporting studies (maximum size A2). The last possible examination date is 30th April for the June series or 31st October for the November series. Component 4: Internally set assignment, assessed by the Centre and moderated MOE/Cambridge. One final outcome plus supporting portfolio (maximum size of outcome and portfolio is A2, up to four sheets (eight sides) of work in the portfolio). Submit to MOE by 30th April for the June series or 31st October for the November series. Centres may hand out the question paper upon receipt. There is no upper limit to the amount of preparatory time that candidates may have in order to prepare for the examination.  Show More
Cambridge O Level Art and Design Syllabus Code 6089 Candidates can choose any area of study for any component. All candidates must complete component one (mandatory) plus one other component. Candidates should be familiar with the assessment criteria when undertaking their studies to ensure that their work meets the requirements against which they will be assessed. Candidates take TWO components. Component 1 (Observational Assignment) and either 2 (Interpretative Assignment) , 3 (Design... Assignment) or 4 ( Coursework Assignment). Total marks = 100 (50% of total marks from each component) Components 1, 2 & 3: 6 Hour practical examination assessed by MOE/Cambridge Examination piece plus up to two sheets (four sides) of supporting studies (maximum size A2). The last possible examination date is 30th April for the June series or 31st October for the November series. Component 4: Internally set assignment, assessed by the Centre and moderated MOE/Cambridge. One final outcome plus supporting portfolio (maximum size of outcome and portfolio is A2, up to four sheets (eight sides) of work in the portfolio). Submit to MOE by 30th April for the June series or 31st October for the November series. Centres may hand out the question paper upon receipt. There is no upper limit to the amount of preparatory time that candidates may have in order to prepare for the examination.  Show More