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11-Plus past papers now in book form


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THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION has taken steps to fill the growing demand for past Common Entrance papers.

In an extension of what has been done for the last ten years, the Media Resource Department (MRD) has printed  4 000 copies each of the English and Math papers from 2001 to 2014 in two separate books, which are recommended texts for class four students to practice.

This was revealed today by chief media resource officer Walter Harper. The books are currently on sale at schools and the ministry.

Harper was speaking during an awards ceremony for schools which participated in BMEX 2014.

Noting that the department has the biggest booth at the expo, he told winners in the various categories that they are already preparing for its 20th anniversary at BMEX next year, and will be looking to boost the level of participation from secondary schools.

Eleven secondary, seven primary and two nursery schools took part in this year’s event. (YB)


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