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Thursday, June 13, 2019

KISWAHILI - Necta Past Papers - FORM TWO

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1. Develops/improves your time management skills

Past exam papers are actual exams that were used to test other students. With such a resource, you are able to understand how it feels to sit an actual exam. You can use these papers to practise and see how much time you would spend to complete an exam paper - as if it were your actual exam. It teaches you how to effectively allocate time for each exam question. Sit the paper within the time allocated, and if you are unable to complete within the time specified, put more effort – especially in the subject areas that you are weak in. The time management skills that you gather from practising using past papers are important in ensuring success in your forthcoming exams.

2. Get used to the structure of a paper and the language they use.

You’re probably already used to the vocabulary from learning in the classroom, but it’s good to get yourself familiarised with past papers so you know how everything is laid out and on exam day you don’t stress out over it.

In some exams, some extra information might be printed in the paper such as equations for sciences and mathematics, again it’s good to know where these will be in the paper.

Once you’ve done a couple of past papers you know the layout of the questions. Generally, the paper will start with lower mark questions and work up, but it’s good to know so that you don’t write an essay long answer for a 2 mark question and not have enough time for a 10 mark question later in the paper.

1 comment:

  1. naomba maswali ya kiswahili kidato cha pili maanda ya matumizi ya lugha katika miktadha mbalimbali