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Cambridge Pre-U Literature in English encourages learners to read both closely and widely, to enjoy their reading and to be able to develop a critical and informed response to it. The intention is to create a balance of set texts and to encourage teachers and learners to develop and pursue their own interests and enthusiasms.
We have made some changes to the wording and layout of the front covers of our question papers to reflect the new Cambridge International branding and to make instructions clearer for candidates.
You will see these changes on live question papers from June 2020 and therefore we have made these changes on the specimen materials for this syllabus. The specimen questions and mark schemes remain the same.
The last examination series for Cambridge Pre-U English (9765) will be June 2023. There is a resit opportunity in June 2024, there is no option for candidates to resit after this date. We communicated this decision to schools in November 2019.
From June 2021 you will need to prepare and submit work to us using eSubmission for component 04. This includes removing the need to submit an attendance register or declaration of originality as these will now be handled within the eSubmission system. For more information refer to the Administrative guide for subjects using eSubmission.
The syllabus year refers to the year in which the examination will be taken.
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