Exam Timetables GRADE 12 GRADE 11 GRADE 10 GRADE 9 GRADE 8 GRADE 7 GRADE 6 GRADE 5 GRADE 4 GRADE 3 GRADE 2 πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡
πŸ’ͺ Specifically, we focus on term 1,2,3 & 4 study materials from the regions of Gauteng, Limpopo, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Kwazulu Natal, Mpumalanga, Free State, and North West Province.


Here are some mock exam questions for SS2:

History:
– What were the causes of the French Revolution?
– Compare and contrast the industrialization of Europe and America in the 19th century.
– Explain the unification of Italy and Germany in the 1800s.

Biology:
– Compare mitosis and meiosis.
– Explain how the human respiratory system works.
– What is photosynthesis and why is it important?

English:
– Analyze the themes in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
– What literary devices are used in Robert Frost’s poem “The Road Not Taken”?
– Write a persuasive essay on the benefits of reading books.

Mathematics:
– Solve: 3x + 5 = 14
– Factorize: x^2 – 4x – 21
-Calculate the mean, median, mode and range for this data set: {12, 7, 2, 15, 7, 9, 2}

Chemistry:
– Balance the following chemical equation: ___Al + ___O2 → ___Al2O3
– What is the difference between a mixture and a compound?
– Name the functional groups present in ethanol.

OTHER potential mock exam questions for SS2:

  1. What are the three branches of government in Nigeria, and what are their functions?
  2. Write a short essay on the causes and effects of climate change.
  3. What were the main causes of the First World War, and how did it impact Europe?
  4. What are the three types of economic systems, and what are their characteristics?
  5. Write a brief history of Nigeria, from pre-colonial times to the present day.
  6. Discuss the benefits and drawbacks of social media on modern society.
  7. How can we promote peace and unity in Nigeria, and what role can young people play in achieving this?
  8. What are the different types of renewable energy, and how can they help to combat climate change?
  9. Write a critical analysis of a novel or play that you have studied in class.
  10.  What are the main features of the human respiratory system, and how does it function?

Do your homework and do it carefully!

Teachers would dish out past papers around this time of the year and those exercises are the most helpful questions for you to get familiar with the exam style.

Do ask questions!

Some students don’t always feel comfortable speaking in lessons which is something I would encourage you to at least try to do, why? Because the teacher will never know if you understand the topic or not. If not, without your questions even the best teacher in the world won’t know which bit to teach you.

Do use your time wisely!

I know this is a boring and regular thing to say. But you can tell how important it is to manage your time. You really need to balance rest and study. If possible, add some fun time as well.

Do look back at your notes!

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This is the general tip everyone would give you as well. However, how many of you do actually go back and read through all your notes and not only textbooks?

Do keep yourself hydrated!

You may think this is a strange tip to give but water is important for you during your revision time. Your brain needs water to function properly and drinking enough water keeps you awake.

Don’t stress out!

It is common for students to feel stress before big days like this which can sometimes be good for you as the adrenaline levels are increasing. However, don’t feel too stressed and always talk to someone if you’re finding it hard to manage, most of the time if there’s a problem, there’s many people at school to solve it.

Don’t panic and do keep calm!

When you are under pressure, it’s hard to keep calm. I would suggest not to panic as you need a clear and organised brain for studying.

Don’t highlight everything!

Some people love highlighting the important information from the notes. But don’t do it too many times! Or those shiny vivid colours will only confuse you.

Don’t sleep too late!

I know people who revise till 2AM in the morning but still fail the exam. Everything has a limit. You need to hard work in your daily life not pushing yourself hard one week before the exam.

Don’t doubt yourself!

You may think this last tip is useless. But from experience, you will have better marks if you are feeling confident. In the end, I hope you have a good grade and a nice spring break after it!

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