CXC CSEC math exam - paper 2 topics (May/June 2010 and forward)

Based on the CXC CSEC math syllabus (2010)

CXC CSEC math exam paper 2 topics

This paper has two sections.

Section 1

90 marks

is made up of 8 compulsory problem-solving questions. All the questions are based on the core objectives of the syllabus. You must complete all of the 8 questions in this section.

Section 2

30 marks

is made up of 3 problem-solving questions based on the optional objectives of the syllabus. You must choose 2 of the 3 questions to answer.

The table below gives you the list of the topics for the questions
on section 1, Paper 2 of the CXC CSEC math exam. The table also tells you how many marks each question is worth.

CXC CSEC math exam paper 2

Section 1

Question Topics
Marks for questions in Paper 2, Section 1
5 marks
10 marks
10 marks
10 marks
15 marks
10 marks
20 marks
*Combination question
10 marks
Total number of questions
you must answer - 8
Total marks possible - 90 marks

* Combination question may be set on any combination of objectives in the core including number theory.

CXC CSEC math exam paper 2

Section 2

Number of questions

Marks for questions
in Paper 2, Section 1
1 questions
15 marks for each question
1 questions
15 marks for each question
Vectors and Matrices
1 questions
15 marks for each question
Total number of questions
you must answer - 2
3 questions
Total marks possible -
30 marks

Disha (not verified) 3 June 2012 - 7:37am

Hey guys, yes mathematics is indeed difficult! i so hate it... but good luck and all the best

sobless (not verified) 3 May 2013 - 7:15pm

In reply to by Disha (not verified)

why is maths n science so hard n some time what i get in class dont come on the cxc paper

babygirl (not verified) 8 July 2012 - 4:01pm

okay i know that is quite next year i'm writing this exam but i am really bad in math you would not believe and i just pray that i can pass!

even though is next year we know how time flies fast[!]

yea i know maths could be hard but if we try hard we could do it

shan (not verified) 26 January 2013 - 3:51pm

y is maths so challenging

melon (not verified) 11 April 2013 - 4:28pm

In reply to by shan (not verified)

Mathematics is not HARD/CHALLENGING all you need to do is just,
1. Ensure that you retain all you can in class.
2. Remember the formula .
3. Fellow the steps.
4. Pratise.
5. Work on the difficult tops you have challenge with more.

I am doing mathematics May/June 2013 and i told myself i can do all things through christ with strenght me.And i must past it with a 2/3 this year.

guest (not verified) 8 May 2013 - 9:50am

In reply to by melon (not verified)

Amen with christ we can do all things, what may seem impossible for men is possible in the sight of god.

sobless (not verified) 3 May 2013 - 7:05pm

an new but i jus wan to ask the same question why is maths so hard an going to sit it for the third time i jus hope i past this time around..

cav (not verified) 5 May 2013 - 6:48pm

I really hope I can get a range 1 or 2 in maths , I'm doing this for the first time.....I need a study group tho(to help)

K@$E (not verified) 21 May 2013 - 5:50pm

math tomorrow..... i pray to god i'll do my best and pass with a 1 with distinction..... dnt be too hard on your self going into the exam and be prepared god will help you to remember what you have learnt BUT........ IF YOU DIDNT PRACTICE WELLLLLLLLL........NB you cannot STUDY mathematics you PRACTICE

Doc (not verified) 18 March 2014 - 9:52pm

am like so freaked out cuz i had a math trial exam n i couldnt finish de paper in time so am wonderin wat am i gonna do for de real exam in may/june 2014............................

guest (not verified) 13 August 2014 - 3:09pm

In reply to by Doc (not verified)

hope it went well with u and ah hope yuh got to finish because i finish all in time and had fun

guest (not verified) 6 April 2014 - 10:50pm

Admin if you get 50% on the math exam would you pass

dimplez (not verified) 21 September 2014 - 3:33pm

Mathematics is not hard but it is indeed challenging. Went to do it for the first time this year. I found a book a month before the exams and followed the examples in it. I was so unsure on the day of d exam and wanted to cancel that. However I still went to do he exam, did not complete paper two and was surprised that I got a 3. But I am going to do it again in Jan because I told myself if I can get a 3 wihought much practice then I can get a 2 his time around.

Jo-Anne (not verified) 24 August 2016 - 2:54pm

In reply to by dimplez (not verified)

You are an inspiration. I am studying maths on my own and looking to do the exams in May 2016

guest (not verified) 3 November 2014 - 12:43pm

I'm going to be doing it for the first time and I want to pass it sooo bad

Tisha (not verified) 12 March 2015 - 8:42pm

I'm writing mathematics this year like really may June it July I don't really know when exactly because we don't have our timetable as yet but maths looks like a killer ....I'm just hopin to pass with 1or 2

Sheli (not verified) 29 October 2015 - 7:19pm

mathematics is a very complicated subject but if you really put your mind to it trust me you'll surely get to understand it.

A.nnoyed (not verified) 10 April 2019 - 1:53pm

Apparently you guys need help in both English AND Math

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