Cameroon GCE O level Computer Science Past Questions and answers

answers to GCE computer science Ordinary level questions

answers to GCE computer science Ordinary level questions

 

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  • Cameroon GCE O Level Computer Science Past Paper 1 Questions June 2018

  • Cameroon GCE O Level Computer Science Past Paper 2 Questions and  answers from 2016 to 2018

  • Cameroon GCE O Level Computer Science Past Paper 3 June 2018

Structure of the Cameroon GCE O level Computer science Exam

The GCE Computer Science at the Ordinary level consist of 3 papers namely: Paper 1, 2 and 3.
Paper 2 accounts for 30% of the overall mark. It consists of 7 essay questions of which you are
required to answer 5. Section A of this paper comprises of two compulsory questions while
Section B will require you to answer any three out of five questions. This paper has a duration of 2hrs.

Some tips when writing the Cameroon GCE O level computer science exam

1.To get familiar with the type of questions asked, get to solve as many past questions
as possible;
2. You must not necessarily solve all GCE past questions for you to succeed. A couple of
past questions for 3 to 5 years is enough;
3. Start with the easy questions first, it gives you motivation. Once you are done with
the easy questions you can go tackle the difficult one.
4. When revising for your exam, do not seek to cram but to understand your notes.
Understand in your words would stick better into your brain than trying to memorize
the notes of your teacher, word for word;
5. Pray before you start writing your exam. God always guide his Children.

Sources of question:

  1. http://www.cameroongcerevision.com/category/o-level-past-Papers/
  2. https://www.thebigbrains.org/download-category/gce/

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