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Appreciation of Art 50 marks


History and


Appreciation of Art 150 marks


European Art 50 marks


Art in Ireland 50 marks


Life Sketching 50 marks


Higher Level Marks in the


Leaving Certificate art exam


The History and Appreciation of Art paper is divided into three parts:


Section 1: Art in Ireland


There are normally seven questions in this section. You must answer one.


Q1. Pre-Christian art The Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age are looked at in Q1. Each year the question refers to one of


PREPARING FOR THE EXAM 465


Preparing for the Written Exam


The written examination accounts for more than one- third of the marks for the entire Leaving Certificate art exam. As you can see, it is an important part of the examination. The written paper is worth 150 marks out of a total of 400 marks for the whole art exam, illustrated in the pie chart below.


Practical Coursework 200 Marks


* Section 1: Art in Ireland * Section 2: European Art * Section 3: Appreciation of Art You must answer one question from each section. All questions carry equal marks.


When you are handed the paper in the exam, it will come in two parts. One part will be a booklet of questions. The other part will contain the illustrations that some of the questions refer to. About half of the questions have an illustration. This will be clearly noted in the question paper with a phrase in bold italics: illustrated on the accompanying sheet.


NOTE!


The style and content of examination questions change from year to


year. The analysis below is based on papers from 2006 to 2016 and in no way predicts future trends in examination questions. Past examination papers and marking schemes are available on www.examinations.ie.


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