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Probable Questions for October/November 2014

Predictions are predictions! With this warning, I am here, continuing the tradition of predicting
questions for this exam scheduled on Oct/Nov session. However, frankly speaking, I am not much informed about General Paper subject at present and therefore, guesswork is like throwing stone in the dark. I warn you beforehand that, in this game of hit or miss, the chances of miss are high.

Yet, by analyzing the past papers, and considering the current world affairs I am here with a few questions that might appear in this year's paper:

  • The gap between the rich and poor countries of the world is steadily getting wider'.Do you agree?
  • How likely is it for the UNO to achieve its Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015? (Base your answer upon its current achievements.)
  • The modern life is becoming more stressful than ever. Do you agree?
  • Which is a more serious problem: disease or hunger?
  • To what extent do the women enjoy equal rights in your country?

More to come...


  1. Thanks...its Very Helpful.. looking forward to know more ;)

  2. hi! these predictions are for which syllabus? 8001 or 8004?

  3. are you sure that the questions coming will be related to this?

  4. No title of yours came out

    1. May I know what kind of questions came out?

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  6. is this applicable for singapore 8807 GP?

  7. I pray you're right. Tomorrow is the A level paper ):


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