The syllabus has changed in recent years to place greater emphasis on spoken Irish so you should try and spend some time in the Gaeltacht if possible. It is worth practicing speaking Irish aloud as often as possible. You'll find some advice on preparing for your Oral on our blog. Paper Two - marks. Usually these options are topics that you will have studied for the Oral exam. There are two reading comprehensions, one usually about a famous person and the other about something to do with young people, current affairs etc.
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The tasks set for candidates in both Paper 1 and Paper 2 will be assessed in accordance with the following criteria:. The Grade Grid utilised for purposes of applying the criteria for assessment throughout the marking is to be found in Appendix 2 of the Marking Scheme. Thus Clarity of P urpose will always appear first in the list of marks. Marks awarded for C oherence of Delivery will follow and so on to the end. To assist with forming a judgement, it will be necessary to place an accurate tick at the points identified in the answer and to use the proper shorthand codes as indicated throughout the marking scheme.