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Whati'is the grid reference of the school


(Sch) at Golden Grove?
The bearing of the main road junction
at Golden Grove from the main ncad
junction at Arcadia Junction (near Easting
(A) ' 273426 24) is APPROXIMATELY
(B) 287434
(C) '',, 426273 (A) 045"
(D) 434287
(B) 132
(c) 228
) The general direction of port Morant from (D) 312"
Golden Grove is

(A) I northeast
(B) :northwest 'r
(C) southwesr
(D) ,. southeast
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t. What is the form of the settlement inwhich 5. The feature passing through P is a
the church is located?
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(4) road
(A) ,; Isolated (B) river
(B) '.' I-inear (C) canal
(C) , Dispersed (D) railway
(D) :'. Nucleated

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6. {hat is the location of St Peteisburg?' 8. The direction of the prime meridian from
a
New Orleans is
(A) 3OoN 90ow ,..'
'(B) 300N 600w (A) east
(c) 60"N.300w (B) west
:(D) 600N 30"E (c) north
i (D) south

7. ,:What time is it in New Orleans when it is


';10:00 p.m. on Monday in St
!.ejersburg?

(A) 2:00 a.m. Sunday


(B) 2:00 p.m. Sunday
(C) 2:00 a.m. Monday
,(D) 2:00 p.m. Monday i

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Items 11-12 refer to the following map extract of the Black River area, Jarnaica.

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11. On the map extract, the feature labelled X(at257412) is a

(A) confluence
(B) distributary
(C) river captnre
(D) deferred junction

12. The general direction offlow of the Black River is

(A) sE
CB) NE
(c) NNE
(D) ssw

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Items 13-15 refer to the following gnph which shows the percentage of total population employed in
agriculture in 1950 and 2000 in some Caribbean territories.

ffit 19s0 Fm2000


The Bahamas

Barbados

Cuba
Dominican
Republic
Guadeloupe

Haiti
Jamaica

Martinique
Puerto Rico
Tlinidad and
Tobago

13. Which country had the LARGEST 15. In which countries did employment in
percentage decline in people employed in agricultue decline by more than 40 per cent
agriculture? of the total population over the period?
(A) Haiti (A) Haiti, Guadeloupe, puerto Rico
(B) Martinique (B) DominicanRepublic,Guadeloupe,
(C) Dominican Republic Haiti
(D) Trinidad and Tobago (C) Dominican Republic, Jamai-ca,
Martinique
14. In 2000, the county with the LOWEST
CD) DominicanRepublic,Guadeloupe,
Martinique
percentage ofpeople employed in agriculture
was

(A) Barbados
(B) Martinique
(C) Puerto Rico
(D) Guadeloupe
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Item 16 refers to the following map of a continent.

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16. The shaded area on the map is BEST described as the

(A) Tropics
CB) Arctic Zone
(C) Mediterranean
(D) Temperate Zone

17. Which of the following statements about lines of latitude is tnre?

(A) They meet at the poles.


CB) They are all great circles.
(C) They represent angular distance from the prime meridian.
(D) They represent the angular distance north and south of the equator.
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18' under which of the conditions would the flow of a river


vary Mosr from season to season?
(A) I and II only
(B) I and Itr only
(C) II and Itr only
(D) trandtVonly

19. under which of the conditions is there the GREATEST


variation in rainfall?
(A) I only
CB) II only
(C) Itr only
CD) tV onty
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Items 20-21 refer to the following map'

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The features found at T on the map are

(A) a bay and beach


(B) a headland and baY
(C) a beach and headland
(D) cliffs and coral reefs

21. AcontoursketchfromPointRtoPointXwouldlooklike

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Items22-23 refer to the following rainfall and temperature gaph.


Rain Temp.
(nm) fcl

150

1 100

J FMAMJJAS OND
Month

22. The annual range of temperatue isAPPROXIMAIELy

(A) 50
(B) r2o
(c) 15o
(D) 24o

23. Which of the following statements is tnre?

(A) The hottest months of the year are also the driest.
(B) The hottest months of the year are also the wettest.
(c) There is little variation in rainfall throughout the year.
(D) There is little variation in temperature throughout the year.

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Item24 refers to the fotlowing population density map of Trinidad.

Population Denstty
Inhabitants per sq km
Tlinidad [1970 Censusl

Over 1100 per sq krn


561-1100 per sq km
ffi 350-560 per sq km
20V349 per sq h
+ 50-199 per sq km
UI\DER 49 per sq km

map of Trinidad?
Which of the following statements is tnre according to the population density

(A) The west has the lowest population'


(B) The southwest is sparsely populated'
(C) The centre has the higlest population'
(D) The northwest is densely populated'
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Item 25 refers to the following block diagram which shows the wave patterns of an earthquake
along a fault and fourpoints labelled W, X, Y andZ.

Which of the points in the diagram represents the focus?

(A) w
(B) x
(c) Y
(D) z

26. Which ofthe following statements isNOT 28. Potholes will tend to form on the bed of a
ofALL volcanoes?
true river if the river has a

(A) Their eruptions are violent. (A) low volume andflows overa steep
(B) They occur in areas of crustal gradient
weakness. (B) highvolumeandflowsoverastgep
(C) Their cones are made of ejected gradient
material. (C) lowvolumeandflowsoveragentle
(D) Various gases are emitted during gradient
eruption. (D) highvolumeandflowsoveragentle
gradient

27. When magma emerges on the surface, it


may lead to the formation of 29. As one climbs amountain" the surrounding
temperahrre
(A) sills
(B) dykes (A) decreases
(C) laccoliths (B) increases
(D) lavaflows (C) fluctuates
(D) remains constant
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30. How does vegetation contribute to the 33. The IMAIN difference between weathering
development of soils? and erosion relates to the

(A) It provides the parent material. (A) removal of materials


(B) Roots increase the depth of soil. (B) temperature of the materials
(C) It decomposes to form humus. (C) moisture content of the rocks
(D) Itdecomposestoproduceinorganic (D) slope ofthe land bearing the rocks
matter.

34. What is the CORRECT order ofthe stages


31. The slow downhill movement of debris in the development of a hurricane?
and soil under the influence of gravity may
BEST be described as (A) Tropical disturbance, storm,
depression, hurricane
(A) a landslide (B) Tropical depression, disturbance,
(B) soil creep stom, hurricane
(C) soil erosion (C) Tropical storm, depression,
(D) mass wasting distr:rbance, hurricane
(D) Tropical disturbance, depression,
storm, hurricane
Item 32 refers to the following diagram.

35. Fold mountains form where crustal plates


move

(A) up and down


(B) towards each other
(c) parallel to each other
'C';fi:.: (D) away from each other
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Prevailing

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36. Which of the following phrases defines
exfoliation?

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r'.':''.' (A) Peeling off of the outer layers of
rocks
(B) Splitting of rocks into rectangular
32. Which ofthe following weather conditions blocks
is NOT shown in the diagram above? (c) Movement ofrocks due to the iction
of rivers
(A) Rain shadow on the leeward side (D) Disintegration of rocks by root
(B) Frontal rainfall on the mountain top penetration into crevices
(c) Relief rainfall on windward slopes
(D) Descending dry winds on the
leeward side
Item 37 refers to the following
diagram. Which ofthe following statements
may explain
why some areas in Caribbean t"oiio.i"i
sparsely settled?
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They are hilly and forested.
They have no mineral resources.
Transport links are generally poor.

(A) I and tI onlv


1 (B) I and IIr ojy
(Cl llandltronly
CD) I, II and III
37. In the diagram, X represents

(A) percolation Which of the following conditions


is NOT
(B) evaporation likely to result from the sltting
6;f*;o"ry
(C) transpiration (manufacturin g) industri",
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(D) precipitation
e)
q)
Increased exporrs
Reduced cosi of living
Item 38 refers to the following
diagram. lCl Increasedemptof_"jopporruniries
CD) Reduction in tle i*pi'""'rili
cOnS rmer gOOdS "r
41. urbanization
Iqla
USUALLYresulrs
in Caribbean countries
in
(A) housing shortages in the
cities
CB) rncreased employnent
cities in the
(c) oe;51sed foreign exchange
eamngs
(D) .rmprovement
in the standard ofliving

The dotted line represents

(A) a plateau
(B) the hilltop
(C) the watershed
@) the drainage basin

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Items 4?A3 refer to the following sketch 45. "Algae, nourished by waters enriched with
map. nuhients, grow inabundance overthe corals
causing them to die."
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t ** +
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from

(A) oil pollution


ila ,t& -- (B) fishing and dynamite
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(c) dredging and mining
(D) sewage discharge
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{4 Swanp
trl Building 46. Which of the following features exert the
ffi Mountain GREATEST influence on tourism in the

I
a Main Urban Centre
Road
Caribbean?

(A) Climates
(B) Camivals
42. Which of the following features BEST (C) Coral reefs
explain the location of the urban centre in (D) Tropical forests
the sketch map?

L The presence offlat land Item 47 refers to the following diagram


U. The nearness to the mountains which shows four locations labelled I, II,
ru. The presence of a natural harbour III and IV.

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(A) I and II only
(B) I and III only :.:'.#i!:i
(c) tr and Itr only
(D) I, II and III

43. In which direction is the town MOST likely


to expand?

(A)
CB)
(C)
(D)
East
West
North
South
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47. Based on the diagram, at which of the
44. Which of the following factors is the locations,is an urban centre MOST likely
MOST imFortant in the location ofprimary to be found?
industries?
(A), r
(A) Labour (B) II
(B) Power (c)' trr
(C) Transportation (D), , rV
CD) Raw materials
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Which ofthe following conditions is
NOT SZ. Which of the following situations
f nrgUtgm afecting industrial development
in the Caribbeau? contributes MOST to pollution of the
environment ofcapital cities in CARICOM
(A) Size of market
countries?

I? Avaitability of capital
(C) Size of labour force
(A) Accumulation of garbage from
(D) Quantityofrawmaterials
factories
q) Discharge of chemicals in the sea
q) Discharge offish waste in the sea
49. Which of the following circumsrances (D) Discharge of exhaust fumes from
are motor vehicles
-challenges to peasant farmers in the
Caribbean?

53. Which of the following is a form


I. Lack of capital of air
U. pollution?
Lack of crop variety
m. Soil erosion
(A) Smog
(A) I andtr only (B) Oil spill
(B) I and III onty (C) Raw sewage
(C) II and m oolv (D) Oxygen depletion
(D) I, tr and Itr
54. Which ofthe following p_ractices
may help
50. Thetotaloutputfrompeasantfarmsisoften to eliminate problems olpoUutioo-ci""t"a
Iow because by organic household waste?

only one crop is grown (A) Depositing in the sea


A
(B) Piling up in sectuded spots
(C)
holdings are verysmall 9l
(D)
fanners grow mainly food
crops fl
(D) _Burying and covering *itt, dirr
D'mping along water courses
plots are located in r_ot"
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51. Whichofthefollowingpracticesmayharm 55.
{nrrry gases, Iiquids and solids
which
the marine environmeiit affect the earth and its f"l"Uilri,
in tU" C*iUbean?
examples of
L
I Zonngofmarine activities
U. Harvestingofcoral fo.r..,olltions (A) sedimenb
for CB) pollutants
souvenirs
U[ Discharging sewage and industrial (C) solid waste
waste along the shore CD) contaminants

(A) I and II only


(B) I and Itr only s6. Which of the following features
ind.icates
(C) Ilandmoiv an LINHEALII{y coral reef?
(D) I, II and III
Brightly cotoured coral
e] Large
Il1 Large number ofparrot fish
9] variety ofspecies of corat
CD)i, E49gsiveariaottrieht*ni,"..*r

rt
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Items 57-5Srefertothefollowingdiagramshowingaseries ofconsequences
fromtropical deforestation.

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Tropical
Deforestation
Great Overland
Flow -E*m
which of the following consequences BEsTrepresents X?

(A) Flooding
(B) Reduced rainfall
(C) Decreased canopy
CD) Reduced soil fertiliry

58. what other consbquence can result from tropical deforestation?

(A) Lumbering
(B) Loss offlora
(C) Increase in fauna
(D) Increase in underground water

59. Flooding can be prevented by

I. planting vegetation
II. creating reserves for trees
m clearing vegetation on slopes

(A) Iandtronly
(B) I and Itr only
(C) II and III only
CD) I,II and III

Which of the following actions can be used to reduce the emission


of greenhowe gases?
I. Increased use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs)
II. Increased use of solarpower
m. Reduction in the use of fossil fuels

(A) I and tr only


CB) I and III only
(c) II and Itr only
(D) I, tr and III

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