International Sanskrit Examination Resource

Teaching Sanskrit in schools

'IGCSE ONLY' APPROACH:

Schools using their own courses up to Years 8, 9 or 10 (13 to 15 years of age), may then use the FREE Language Revision Booklet and the FREE Literature Study Aid to prepare students for IGCSE.

Basic grammar topics, including sandhi are included and traditional literature is studied.   Latest resources information: here

Extra practice:  link to Brainscape website click here

 

If you have questions or need help please do not hesitate to contact ISER 

Students should always be given past exam paper questions and Specimen papers before doing the actual exam. These are available from this site. and the Cambridge examinations site click here.
 
 
For AS and A Level 2019:

Students need to have followed a systematic Sanskrit course previously in preparation for A Levels.  Although not essential, a pass at IGCSE or CBSE Year 10 examination would provide an appropriate foundation for continuing study.  

AS and A Level Literature study booklets are available in the Tutors' section together with a suggested reading list which will help with essay writing. 

In addition'The Sanskrit Language, An Introductory Grammar & Reader Vols 1 & 2' , by Walter Harding Maurer (available to order online). This provides plenty of practice for the 'language' aspect of the AS and A Level examinations.

 


 Last update: 13.6.19