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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...








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

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

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

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  4. No title of yours came out

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

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  6. is this applicable for singapore 8807 GP?

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

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