Equivalent Areas: Reducing and Enlarging Plane Figures
Building Codes and Materials
Floor Plans and Elevations
Internal and External Walls and Finishing
Doors and Windows
Mechanical Engineering Drawing
Preparation of Drawing Sheet
Examples of Responses to Questions in the 2011 Examinations
In keeping with our drive here at CXC to enhance the support provided to candidates who are preparing to write our examinations, we are displaying on our website exemplars of candidates’ responses to examination questions. These are authentic, unedited responses. They are presented in the candidates’ own handwriting, accompanied by comments from the Examination Committee that indicate the Committee’s judgement of the quality of the responses and the justification for arriving at that judgement.
This is a pilot effort, covering only selected subjects. We at CXC welcome your feedback on how useful you find this information to be and, in particular, how we can improve on the provision of such information. Your comments will contribute to the future expansion and refinement of this material.
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The Technical Drawing course is an integral component of the Technical/Vocational Education (TVET) programme offered by the Council. The syllabus is examined for certification at the General Proficiency and candidates have the option of using either the Traditional Drawing Method (drawing board and tee square) or Computer-Aided Drafting method/applications to complete the objectives of the syllabus. The syllabus is divided into three Units, namely, Plane and Solid Geometry; Building Drawing and Mechanical Engineering Drawing. Candidates are required to complete the Unit on ‘Plane and Solid Geometry’ and select either the Unit on Building Drawing or the Unit on Mechanical Engineering Drawing.