2010 General Paper Essay Questions

 

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GCE 'A' LEVEL GENERAL PAPER NOVEMBER 2005PAPER 1

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1.Is effective farming possible without science?2.‘There is no such thing as luck. People determine their own lives.’ Do youagree?

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To what extent should the State involve itself in the world of business?4.Do the arts, such as music and literature, really play a significant part in theSingaporean society?5.‘Medial science has been so successful that people now expect too much of it.’ Do you agree?6.‘Hosting major sporting events creates more problems than benefits.’ Do youagree?7.Examine the claim that the world is too dependent on oil.8.‘The tourist does not see the country the inhabitants know.’ How far is this trueof Singapore?

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‘Instead of speeding up the pace of life, we should be slowing it down.’ Whatdo you think?10. Consider the view that the study of mathematics is intellectually satisfying,but of little practical use.11.‘Too much attention is given to criminals; not enough to their victims.’ Is thistrue?12.How far do magazines or television programmes aimed at young people inSingapore have a positive effect?

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