CXC general proficiency math exam: Mathematics January 2009

CXC general proficiency math exam: Mathematics January 2009


A very kind person has uploaded the CXC CSEC exam past paper for the general proficiency math exam paper 2, January 2009.


This is the most recent CXC CSEC math past paper available online. For those of you who may be thinking of sitting the CXC CSEC general proficiency math exam in January 2010, it is a good idea to look at this CXC CSEC math past exam paper.



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Can someone please send me

Can someone please send me this file

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tashae wiggan (not verified)
good site

this is a very good educ. site

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wow....this was so hard..

wow....this was so hard.. wanna try again tho

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CXC going to scribd and telling them to take down the papers

"This content was removed at the request of Caribbean Examinations Council"

I notice that when caribexams post links to any past papers on scribd, CXC does go behind and make scribd take down the past papers.

Like CXC trolling caribexams to see what you all linking to and then they go to scribd and make them take it down.

CXC .......*smdh*

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laura s (not verified)

Writing exam in June hope i could get some help here!!!!!!!!!

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Devina (not verified)

But some people cannot practice forever by themselves without help from teachers. I mean who'll assure the student that the sums or sum they've done is correct? Maths isn't difficult if all the necessary help and effort is provided but how can a student pass by practice if there is no guidance from a teacher? Maybe to you it is easy probably because you've received all the teaching and attention but not everyone gets equal attention.

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karmundy (not verified)

Most persons find Math dificult because they do not practice. The key to passing the subject is practicing all the concept learnt.

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kyandra (not verified)

that's true cause maths is not really hard if you know the general rule

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