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Probable Questions for Oct/Nov 2013

The questions in the examinations are chosen randomly to make it difficult for us to predict. That is why it is a difficult task, and it is a matter of fact that no one can predict the questions for any examinations with certainty. Guesswork does not need to be right, you may wonder. So, what’s the big deal here?

Should every country be given a right to possess weapons of war?

Note: This post is not a complete essay but will help you brainstorm to write one. In the question like this, it would at first seem that possessing weapons by every country would be undesirable or even dangerous especially for the proponents (or advocates) of peace and harmony. However, I would take the side of ‘yes’ and show you how we can have stronger points from that perspective.

What are the factors determining the tourist location?

Note: This post is not an essay but will help you brainstorm to write one. First and foremost, the place should have a source of attraction which can be a unique object, natural or cultural features like exciting scenery, mountain, cultural remains or buildings, and so on! Each touristic location needs to have some attracting element that will draw tourists towards it. For example, Dubai is famous for shopping; Chitwan National Park in Nepal for Royal Bengal Tiger, One Horned Rhinoceros, and many other tropical flora and fauna; Lumbini as the birthplace of Lord Gautam Buddha; Agra for Taj Mahal; Mecca as the religious centre of Muslims; Paris for its art galleries and Eiffel Tower; and the list goes on.