Download: A-LEVEL ENGLISH GCE PAST QUESTIONS ( All Years)

Download: A-LEVEL ENGLISH GCE  PAST QUESTIONS ( All Years)

Download: A-LEVEL ENGLISH GCE  PAST QUESTIONS ( All Years)
Download: A-LEVEL ENGLISH GCE  PAST QUESTIONS ( All Years)


A level English language is one of the key subjects in the Gce exams, that's why it's a subject  for all students setting in for the Advance Levels to take it very seriously. To pass English at the CGEB requires hard work and revision. Students need Past questions and answers to get themselves familiar with the setting methods.



To succeed in these Cameroon GCE examinations requires hard work, study and commitment from students. Before we get to business, answer this question that is also a popular saying. Is it true that (" Examination is not a true test of knowledge") ? 

Okay! Your English past Questions and Below


Also read: how to pass all GCE registered subjects.



The Cameroon GCE examination is an examination set by the Cameroon General Certificate of Education Board (CGCEB). CGCEB was created in July 1993 by a presidential decree. Source: Wikipedia.org 






That's why cameroonhowto bring you Past questions and answers in English in all previous years for you to download, study and practice. One of the main ways to Pass English with A+ grade is to answer past Questions frequently.They say practice makes perfect.



You will get A level English  Cameroon GCE past Questions with answers and some without answers in all previous examinations and ADVANCED LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRESCRIBED TEXTS



Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers (all years)


You will download A level English past Questions, some with answers in PDF format, docs and images from  the year CGCEB started up to this year. Get them below.


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  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2019


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2018


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2017


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2016


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers  2015


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2014


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2013


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2012


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2011 (O and A level)


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2010


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2009


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2008


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2007


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 2006


  • Download: A level English Cameroon GCE past Questions and answers 1993




Updating the rest of the years...


Also read: How to Answer all questions in Cameroon GCE exams




ADVANCED LEVEL ENGLISH LANGUAGE PRESCRIBED TEXTS


PAST QUESTIONS


GCE 2015


1. With reference to any three prescribed texts, show how writers use characters to portray their point of view on societal ills.


2. With reference to any three situations or incidents in at least two prescribed texts, show to what effect the writers use symbolism.


3. in writing works of art, writers start, develop, and in different ways. Show what techniques any two writers use in unfolding the events in the prescribed texts.


4. What makes Bole Butake's Lake God drama and Nkemngong Nkengasong's Across the Mongolo prose?




GCE 2016


1. EXTRACT FROM WALLS OF AGONY


2. Using any free prescribed texts, show how writers use flashback to foster the plot of their story.


3. Language is an important tool for communication. Using any three prescribed texts, show what information is revealed through the use of language.


4. The attitude of leaders towards their subjects determines their success or failure. Using any three prescribed texts, support this assertion.




GCE 2017


1. EXTRACT FROM LAKE GOD


2. "What people say portrays their character." With reference to three prescribed texts, show the validity of this statement.


3. With reference to the prescribed texts, show how the writers' use of setting influences their message.


4. If you were to rewrite any two prescribed texts, what would you add or subtract?




GCE 2018


1. In works of art, writers do not only point to the negative side of life but paint a positive picture of the society. Illustrate this statement using any three prescribed texts.


2. One of the main intentions of writers is to reform their society of its many ills. Use any texts from the prescribed texts to justify this assertion.


3. How is setting important to your understanding of any three prescribed texts?


4. Show how writers use irony to good effect in any three prescribed texts of your choice.




GCE 2019


1. Despite the fact that prescribed texts are written in different places at different times, they address similar concerns. Discuss this assertion using three prescribed texts.


2. In the prescribed texts, most characters are portrayed as victims of circumstances. Use any three prescribed texts to justify this claim.


3. What picture of Africa do you have from your reading of any three prescribed texts?


4. Show how writers use pathos to foster understanding of their works using any three prescribed texts.



There is also a pamphlet with English past Questions and answers, advance and Ordinary Level available in hard copy and soft copy, you can get it for almost free on via WhatsApp.


If you are looking for a particular year which I have not mentioned, let me know via comment. 


If you wish to support students with other past Questions and answers, let us know.





Conclusion


While following up your Class lessons seriously, solving GCE past Questions in any topic after your teacher thought you is one of the best ways to start preparing for examinations. Do same for A level English

Thanks for passing by, Good Luck in your exams

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