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The highlighted parts of the question refer to areas where points are awarded in the marking scheme below.


Q10 A B


Description and discussion of the illustration under headings


Name, description and discussion of one other work by Michelangelo


C Sketches Total Marks Notes 30 15 5 for name 10 for discussion 5 50 Many of the questions in the European section of the Ordinary Level paper are illustrated.


* The work and the artist are often identified. Part (a) of the question will ask you to describe and discuss the work under three headings. Thirty marks are awarded to part (a) in this question.


* Part (b) usually asks you to name and briefly describe one other work by the


artist. This is worth 15 marks in this question.


* Sketches carry 5 marks with an illustrated question and 10 without. There are 5 marks


available in this question.


How to structure your answer


The History and Appreciation of Art examination is 2.5 hours long (150 minutes).


Allow some time to read the paper at the start – maybe 10 minutes – and 5 minutes to review your answers at the end.


45 minutes for Section 3:


Appreciation of Art 45 minutes for Section 2: European Art


You should allow 45 minutes for each question:


* 45 minutes for Section 1: Art in Ireland * 45 minutes for Section 2: European Art * 45 minutes for Section 3: Appreciation of Art


5 minutes to review your answers at the end


10 minutes to read your paper at the start


45 minutes for Section 1: Art in Ireland


PREPARING FOR THE EXAM


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PREPARING FOR THE WRITTEN EXAM


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