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    ® IGCSE is a registered trademark. This document consists of 14  printed pages. © UCLES 2017 [Turn over    Cambridge International Examinations Cambridge Ordinary Level  ISLAMIYAT 2058/12 Paper 1 May/June 2017  MARK SCHEME Maximum Mark: 50 Published This mark scheme is published as an aid to teachers and candidates, to indicate the requirements of the examination. It shows the basis on which Examiners were instructed to award marks. It does not indicate the details of the discussions that took place at an Examiners’ meeting before marking began, which would have considered the acceptability of alternative answers. Mark schemes should be read in conjunction with the question paper and the Principal Examiner Report for Teachers. Cambridge will not enter into discussions about these mark schemes. Cambridge is publishing the mark schemes for the May/June 2017 series for most Cambridge IGCSE ® , Cambridge International A and AS Level and Cambridge Pre-U components, and some Cambridge O Level components.  2058/12 Cambridge O Level – Mark Scheme PUBLISHED   May/June 2017 © UCLES 2017 Page 3 of 14 It is perfectly possible for a candidate to achieve the highest level of response using a different argument or different information from that which appears in the Mark Scheme. It must be assumed that Examiners are capable of answering the questions on the paper and so they can award the appropriate level of response to the candidate. The detailed marking schemes are there as suggestions of what might be found in the answer. Examiners should not check whether the content of the marking schemes is in the answers but rather be guided by the Levels of Response and the concept of Positive  Awarding. Checking on what is not in the answer almost always leads to lower marks than are indicated by the Levels of Response. Examiners should use the full range of marks available  within the Levels of Response and not hesitate to award the maximum where it is deserved. Examiners must not exceed the total marks allowable for the Level achieved or the total allowable for the part of the question. Marking Guidelines The following suggested responses serve as a guide only. Credit should be given for answers which are accurate and valid, and marks awarded according to the level descriptors. For Question 1 all part (a) answers are given together in the mark scheme and likewise all part (b) answers are also given together. Read both the part (a) answers together and give a global mark for this part of the Question. Similarly read both the part (b) answers and award a global mark.  2058/12 Cambridge O Level – Mark Scheme PUBLISHED   May/June 2017 © UCLES 2017 Page 4 of 14 AO1 (Knowledge – part (a) questions) Question 1(a) has a maximum mark of 4 and questions 2–5 have a maximum mark of 10. Level Mark Question 1 Mark Questions 2–5 Level Descriptor 4 4 8–10 Very Good / Excellent.  A thorough, well-developed and substantial response. Demonstrates extensive, relevant and highly accurate knowledge of the subject in considerable detail and with evident expertise. Likely to quote Qur’an verses and Hadiths to support and illustrate points made. Comprehensive and thoughtful. 3 3 5–7 .  Addresses the question confidently and coherently. Demonstrates sound, detailed and generally relevant and accurate knowledge of the subject matter in great detail. Covers the main points. May quote Qur’an verses and Hadiths to support points made. 2 2 3–4 Satisfactory.  A fair, mainly relevant but generally undeveloped response. The candidate demonstrates some factual knowledge, which is fairly accurate and slightly wider than at basic level. Some of the main points are covered but lack substance. 1 1 1–2 Basic.  An attempt to answer the question, but lacks potential and / or is unfinished. Very limited knowledge of the subject. Response includes only a small amount of relevant material, or mainly irrelevant points. Facts are reported in basic outline only, often inaccurately, though some credible points are made. 0 0 0 Irrelevant.  No apparent attempt to answer the question set, or a wholly irrelevant response. Totally illegible.
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