There are two papers that make up this qualification. They are 3-hours long and are worth 110 marks each. In Section A of the first paper students will be required to conduct a visual analysis of an unseen photograph, and in section B they will have to answer a 2-fold compulsory question based on 2 out of the 3 themes provided. In Paper two, students will have to choose two out of the four periods provided and
answer a question (each comprised of 4 parts) on each period.
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